Sepr 17. 1824
I return Mr G letter. The , and the increase of his expences, aspect to his mission. It is to be hoped that Scotland do more for him Engd is likely to do. Germany may open a field of choice better in some respects than either: But the alien language, and less affinity of manners are grounds of unfavorable comparison. It wd seem that we must at last be obliged to resort to the domestic for filling most of the chairs.
Foreigners of the first rate only would be by the public
DLC: Papers of James Madison.