To James Monroe1
Philadelphia, June 11. 1794
I send you the paper which Mrs. De Talleyrand2 & De Beaumez3 were to hand you through me. You observe they have foreborne to insert any but females. The object, I am sure, will interest your good offices, as far as shall consist with your situation & with propriety. I confirm to you what they say on the subject of money. With good wishes, consideration, & esteem I remain, Sir
Your obed ser
ALS, James Monroe Papers, Library of Congress.
1. George Washington had nominated Monroe United States Minister Plenipotentiary to France on May 27, 1794; the Senate had consented to the nomination on May 28, 1794 (Executive Journal, I description begins Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the Senate (Washington, 1828), I. description ends , 157).