From André Limozin
Le Havre, 20 July 1787. Acknowledges TJ’s letters of 4 and 17 July; submits his account, amounting to 684. 3s.6d., for which sum he will draw on TJ, payable to his banker, whenever TJ directs. Has made application at the customs house about the package of seeds TJ mentioned; hopes he can soon answer TJ’s query about the town called Tessey; will forward the books sent by TJ’s bookseller. Asks for information about the prospects of the continuance of peace; a large part of his fortune is at sea and he would arrange to secure it if war seemed imminent.
RC (MHi); 4 p.; addressed and endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received 22 July 1787.