Brighton News Story – 8 December, 1806: Prince well enough to ride and walk

The Prince, about whose state of health so much has lately been said in the London Prints, we are happy to state, is sufficiently well to take his customary rides and walks, as often as the weather will permit; but His Royal Highness has, we understand, been troubled, in some degree, with a bilious complaint, in consequence of which, abstinence from particular kinds of animal food and wine, has been recommended and adopted by His Royal Highness, with the happiest effect.

From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 1806

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