My dear Sir,
Will you kindly excuse the liberty I take in introducing to you my friend Dr Brabant, a very intelligent and well informed Physician, who on giving up a successful practice is about to pass a few months in Germany with a view of improving his acquaintance with the learning and learned men of your learned country. As he proposed to visit Bonn on his way to Berlin, I have given him the greatest satisfaction in proffering to him a note of introduction  to you: and he will feel himself much flattered if you will have the kindness to introduce him to some of your friends at Bonn. I have had great pleasure in being deputed to read your memoir on the Hindoos to the Royal Society of Litterature, and the Society is much indebted to you for such a testimony of Your regard. It will be printed in the Volume of their Transactions, which is now in the press. When may we hope  to see you again in this city. We have received a fearful Secousse since you visited us. The Reform of Parliament has spread over us an universal mal-aise, which Every succeeding year will I fear make more incurable.
I have the honor to be
with great respect your very obedient humble Servant
Professor AW. Schlegel