Manuscript letter. Goupy opens the letter by telling Owen that he was unable to distribute two copies of the Spirit of of the Age. He goes on to ask Owen what he thinks of Louis Napoleon and says he believes he will become President. He also says that he believes that Blanc will now be in London.
He goes on to discuss the matter of Owen's articles. He says he was right not to insert his articles in any of the papers in France because as long as they are not masters of the papers there will be too long an interval between his articles being published and this will make them useless. Goupy asks Owen for his opinion on buying half of the paper the Liberte. He includes details of the expenditure of the Liberte.