March. 10th 1829.
If a young gentleman, (from Paris) who can be well recommended, could find in your institution, a situation as a teacher of the French and Spanish Languages; by addressing a note to the undersigned, you will oblige sensibly Dear Sir Your Most obdt Servant
[ ] de Générés de Jourville
thro the Care of G. C. de Générès Esqr Alexandria. DC.
RC (ViU). Docketed by JM. On the same page is a draft answer: "I have recd. your letter of the 12th. The only answer that can be given to the enquiry it makes, is that no provision exists in the University of Virginia for instruction in the French & Spanish Languages, other than as it is included in the professorship of Modern languages now filled by Docr Blatterman. With respect J. M"