To William Aylett Booth
Philada 18. Decemr 1793.
The attachment, expressed by the resolutions of Shenandoah County, to the Constitution of the U. States; the importance of cultivating peace & harmony with all the world, by just & honorable means; and the grateful acknowledgment of the services rendered by the French nation, meet my full assent.1 For the favorable sentiments towards myself, I must entreat you, Sir, to communicate my thanks to my Fellow Citizens of Shenandoah.