George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, 17 July 1792

From George Washington

Dear Sir

I am extremely sorry to find by the enclosed letter that the affairs of France put on so disagreeable an aspect.

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. I am sincerely & Affecy. Yrs.

Go: Washington

RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as received 17 July 1792 at Georgetown and so recorded in SJL. Enclosure not identified.