Manuscript letter informing Owen that he is pleased that his almanack met with his approval. Goupy tells Owen that two articles from the almanack attracted attention from the editors but he doesn't believe that they will be sold in great quantities.
Goupy thanks Owen for sending him his papers but tells him that he still doesn't have all the copies. He asks Owen to send them to him because he intends to put them all into one volume.
Goupy ends the letter by informing Owen that £60,000 has been taken from a fund of £200,000 that was intended for the poor. He believes that if the [news]papers follow this story then there may great difficulty in France.