To Richard O’Bryen
Paris Sep. 29. 1785.
I have received your letter and shall exert myself for you. Be assured of hearing from me soon: but say nothing to any body except what may be necessary to comfort your companions. I add no more, because the fate of this letter is incertain. I am Sir Your very humble servant,
PrC (DLC). Entry in SJPL reads: “O’Brien Richd. Captives.” Enclosed in the following letter.