To Thomas Munroe
[ca. 24] Decr 1821
I have just recd. your letter of the 20th. and inclose a few lines, on the subject of it to our E. Exy. & M. Plenipo: at St. Petersburg.1 I am not sure that I could properly take the liberty of addressing them to the Emperor himself.
I sincerely wish Sir that your son may find in the course he has chosen, all the success, which he enjoys in prospect: and that he may return with all the acquirements suited to gain him distinction in his own Country and gratify the feelings & expectations of his parents. Be pleased Sir to accept my esteem and my good wishes.