To [the Duc de la Rochefoucauld]3
Reprinted from Henry Adams, The Life of Albert Gallatin (Philadelphia, 1879), p. 24.
Passy, May 24, 1780.
I enclose the letter you desired for the two young gentlemen of Geneva. But their friends would do well to prevent the voyage.
With sincere and great esteem, I am, dear sir, you most obedient and most humble servant,
3. In answer to his mother’s letter of May 22, above. The enclosure is BF’s letter to RB, the preceding document.