To Nathaniel Barrett
Philadelphia Feb. 21. 1792.
I am much obliged by your kind offer of taking care of dispatches for France, the benefit of which I will reserve for some other occasion, as there is a vessel going out of this port for Havre the moment the river opens, which will certainly take place in a few days. I am with great esteem Dear Sir Your most obedt. humble servt,
PrC (MHi). Barrett’s letter to TJ, 17 Feb. 1792, noted in SJL as received 21 Feb. 1792 from “N.Y.,” has not been found.