Letter from M Goupy to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter informing Owen that he has sent to him and Allsop many papers containing advertisements and citations of his almanack. However, despite this he doesn't believe they will sell more than 4500 copies.

He says that Girardin [French Journalist] told Allsop that the English Progressive Party should provide the French opposition with some money. Goupy told Allsop that the newspaper the Revolution has offered them one column every day for the sum of 4000 francs. However, he does not receive a reply from Allsop.

Goupy gives an update on the political situation in France and notes that the President has abolished the electoral law of 1850 and lost support.


Stamped number: 1964