James Madison Papers

Vice Consul Hersant to James Madison, 22 June 1830

New York, 22d. June 1830.

Respected Sir,

My most excellent friend and patron, the Baron Hyde de Neuville, has transmitted to me two pamphlets which he begs you to accept, and which, I hasten to forward to you, here inclosed.

Also, you will find within this letter a communication from Madame de Neuville to Mrs. Maddison to whom I beg you to hand it, and to present my most respectful compliments.

I seize with pleasure this opportunity to pray you to accept the new assurances of the very high consideration with which I have the honor to be, Respected Sir, Your most humble and obedient Servant.

C: Hersant

Vice Consul of France

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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