Copy: Library of Congress
Passy, Jan. 23. 1780.
I beg leave to introduce Mr. Alexander4 by this Line to your Excellency, and to request that you would favour him with a few minutes Audience. With the greatest Respect, I am, your Excellency’s m. o. and m. &.
Mr. De Sartine
4. Undoubtedly Alexander John Alexander, who had asked BF to deliver memoirs to Sartine and Vergennes; see his letter of Dec. 14, above.