Letter from M Goupy to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter informing Owen that he has part VIII of the new existence of man upon the Earth and has sent a copy to Captain Price. However, he says he does not hold out any hope of Owen's ideas coming to fruition during his lifetime.

Goupy informs Owen of two communal houses in Paris, but doubts that they will be successful. He also tells Owen that there is likely to be a meeting in the Spring regarding reform.

Goupy goes on to tell Owen that he has written to Mr Bugden regarding two young ladies who wish to work in schools in England. He asks Owen to speak usefully of them if an opportunity arises.


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