Manuscript letter updating Owen on the situation in France. He tells Owen that reform has began and the Liberte has at last printed an article on free will. Goupy asks Owen for an answer regarding his proposition to buy half of the Liberte.
He tells Owen that the government will fight against a demonstration for a president and that he himself favours Napoleon. He requests that Owen see if Napoleon will enter into some socialist ideas. Goupy also informs Owen that there is no news on the progress of a petition of twenty thousand families that have asked to go to Algeria.