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Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville to Thomas Jefferson, 22 January 1812

From Jean Guillaume Hyde de Neuville

N/york 22 Janvier 1812

Monsieur

Veuillez agreér mes Sinceres remerciments pour la réponse obligeante que vous avez bien voulu faire à ma lettre, je ne doute point du Succès de ma reclamation puisqu’elle est appuyeé par vous.

Jai lhonneur d’être avec autant de reconnoissance que de respect

Monsieur Votre três humble et três obt. Serviteure

G. hyde neuville

Editors’ Translation

New York 22 January 1812

Sir

Please accept my sincere thanks for the obliging answer you kindly gave to my letter. I have no doubt about the success of my claim with your support.

I have the honor to be with as much gratitude as respect

Sir your very humble and very obedient servant

G. hyde neuville

RC (DLC: TJ Papers, 212:37820, misfiled at 22 Jan. 1818); dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ as received 2 Feb. 1812 and so recorded in SJL. Translation by Dr. Roland H. Simon.

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  • New York (state); U.S. Military Academy (West Point) search
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