|Sir||Grosvenor Square Westminster July 16. 1785|
have received your two last Letters to Congress and Mr Van Berkel and have observed your Directions. The Contents have filled my Head with Speculations. I long to Spend an Evening with you, in weighing all the Circumstances discovering the Views and Motives, and conjecturing into Futurity. I wish I dared trust to Paper my Solitary Lucubrations upon it, but it would be too dangerous. Does it indicate a Change of System? a Determination to observe a Neutrality? or &c &c.
yours as usual