I regret to give you further trouble, but my son having suggested to me a plan for visiting some of the Towns in Holland during the Spring Vacation, I beg it may be decided by your opinion, he tells me the additional expense will be moderate, and I shall have particular pleasure in gratifying him in any reasonable wish at this moment, provided you think thus with advantage  as well as pleasure he may be trusted to make this tour by himself, and that the studies in which he is engaged will not be ultimately retarded by this temporary interruption to them.
Should You My dear Sir see the least objection to Complyance, I am sure My Dear Boy will without murmur yield to a decision kindly made for his own advantage. Not to trouble you to write again at present  Clinton will Communicate to me your Ideas.
I have the honor to be dr Sir
Yr faithfully & obliged St
Office of Woods & Forests
Feb. 21st – 1826
I am almost afraid he may be too young to reach much benefit from travelling alone
 A Monsr
Le Chevalier de Schlegel