Brighton News Story – 10 August, 1795: “The Princess showed the most engaging marks of condescension and politeness…”

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On Thursday and Friday, their Royal Highnesses, and retinue, dined at the house of Mr Molineux, where the Princess showed the most engaging marks of condescension and politeness, by standing a considerable time at an open window to gratify the wishes of those who had assembled for the pleasure of seeing her, every one of whom must have departed strongly impressed with the amiableness and dignity in her deportment.

From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 1795

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