To André Limozin
Paris Jan. 2d. 1788.
You will receive herewith a letter from me [enclosing] a letter from the Comptroller general on the subject of our tobacco and an Arret on our other articles of commerce. I send a very large bundle of them by post, addressed to Mr. Jay, which I beg you to forward by the Juno, Capt. Jenkins, who is probably not yet sailed. They were not yet printed when my courier set off yesterday. I have the honor to be with much esteem Sir Your most obedt. humble servt.,
PrC (DLC). TJ intended to enclose a copy of his circular to American agents of 31 Dec. 1787, which in turn enclosed a copy of Lambert to TJ, 29 Dec. 1787 and its enclosed arrêt, but he sent it separately (see Limozin to TJ, 4 and 5 Jan. 1788).