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To Thomas Jefferson from John Hay, 15 July 1807

Sir Fayette Ville 15th July 1807

At the command of a very numerous meeting of the Citizens of this Towns held this day, whereat I had the honor to preside—I am commanded to send You their several resolves—

This I do with the more pleasure as they perticularly express their approbation of the conduct of the Executive on the late alarming situation of our affairs regarding foreign relations—With much respect and personal regard I have the Honor to be

Your Excellencies Most Obedt Humble Servt

John Hay


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