Manuscript letter. Goupy begins by informing Owen that many millions of Francs are been spent on creating French settlements in Algeria. He tells Owen that he has recently met with a General Officer acquainted with the French General Cavaignac, who will encourage the association system when he returns to Algeria. Goupy advises Owen to contact Cavaignac.
He goes on to state he has received the Spirit of the Age every Saturday and believes that the last one was the best.
Goupy supposes that due to Owen's illness he wasn't able to meet with Louis Napoleon and goes on to speak about Louis Napoleons plans to become President.