me of great value, and to which he is constantly making large additions.
The three pamphlets in question I forwarded to you immediately, sending them through Mr. Cass, our Secretary of State, and the diplomatic channel; so that if you have not already received them from our Minister in Berlin, he will no doubt transmit them to you very soon after this letter reaches you.
I enclose you a copy of the translation of your letter to me. I caused it to be printed first in the Boston Courier of June 9, and from that journal it has been copied all over the country, into all sorts of newspapers.
I think that not less than half a million of such copies of it have thus been distributed; so universal is the interest felt in your person and fame throughout the United States.
Everywhere it has produced the same effect; astonishment and gratitude for your continued health and strength, and for your unimpaired intellectual resources and supremacy.
In America we thank God for all these things