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Letter from Charles Wyndham, Earl of Egremont to Arthur Dobbs
Egremont, Charles Wyndham, Earl of, 1710-1763
February 18, 1763
Volume 06, Page 973

[From MSS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]
Secretary Lord Egremont to Governor Dobbs


Whitehall 18th February 1763

Sir,

It is with the highest Satisfaction I am now able to acquaint You, that Mr. Neville, Secretary to His Majesty's Embassy at the Court of France, arrived here on Tuesday last in the Afternoon, with the Definitive Treaty of Peace between His Majesty, & the Most Christian & Catholick Kings, signed at Paris on the 10th Instant, to which the Portuguese Ambassador acceded the same Day; I most sincerely congratulate You on the Completion of this great & salutary Work, & you will make the proper Communication of this happy Event within Your Government.

I am Sir, &c
EGREMONT


March 16th

P. S. The Mail for No America not being yet dispatched gives me an Opportunity to add that the Ratifications of the Definitive Treaty were exchanged on the 10th Inst between all the Four Powers.