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Lettre de John Keymer Kane à Émile Zola datée du 29 janvier 1898

Auteur(s) : Kane, John Keyuner

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Court Street,
Westminster,
Maryland. U. S. A.,
29th January, 1898

Sir, 
	Permit me, though but an obscure individual, to express the great admiration I feel for the noble and splendid courage you have shown in coming forward to vindicate the cause of Truth and Justice in the lamentable case of the unfortunate Capitaine Dreyfus.
	Be assured that, in doing so, you have the sympathy of the vast majority, of thoughtgul and enlightened men in this great Republic, and, also, in England (I am an Englishman) where the love of justice and hatred of Tyranny, and secrecy, are so profound.
	With every feeling of respect and admiration, I subcribe myself,
	Your humble Servant,
	Jogn Keyurer Kane.
Monsieur Emile Zola.

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