Autograph letter to Blanc saying that his son is on his way to see him and he will explain him the situation [about the tercentenary of Shakespeare]. He adds that, as an exile, he owns a small fraction of France, to which he has to ensure its respect. He concludes on the English brazenness.
Written at Guernsey.
Bought from Goodspeed's Bookshop on 27 July 1964 for $115, with two letters to Bondon and Laferrière.