To Thomas Jefferson
George Town July 17th 1792
I am extremely sorry to find by the enclosed letter that the affairs of France put on so disagreeable an aspect.1
As I know it is your intention to proceed immediately on, I will not ask you to call at Mt Vernon now but hope it is unnecessary to say that I shall be glad to see you on your way going or Returning.2 I am sincerely & Affecy Yrs
ALS, DLC: Jefferson Papers. Jefferson docketed the ALS as having been received at Georgetown on 17 July 1792.
1. GW’s enclosure has not been identified.
2. Jefferson briefly visited Mount Vernon on his journey to Monticello and on his return trip to Philadelphia (see GW to Jefferson, 23 July, and Jefferson’s Conversation with Washington, 1 Oct. 1792).