I read through it pretty quickly, but it seems--correct me if I'm wrong--that les petits gendarmes have found my stolen purse. And now they want me to come get it.
Here's the letter:
Madame:I know what you're thinking: eight years of French and that's the best she can do?
I have the pleasure to you inform that the objects referenced above and something you something were deposited the 29th of June 2007 in the Service of the Found Objects.
You are disposed of a delay of three months, counting from the date of the posting, for the picking up, in which you presenting to the address and in the hours indicated below. you wish well, something of your passage, you something the present letter and a piece of identification or the declaration of something itself.
If you can't displace yourself, you have the possibility of authorizing a person of your choice, bearing a piece of identification, to operate this retaking. You would well to him put, in addition to the documents cited above, a procurement on free paper, accompanied by a photocopy of your identity piece.
A right of guarding and of a showing of 10 Euros will be perceived at the moment of re-taking.
If these objects are not retired in the something prescribed, it will be disposed conforming vigorously to the rule.
I beg to something, Madame, the assurance of my distinguished consideration,
The Chie of the Office of Found Objects and something that sounds like furniture, foreigners, or furriers, I'm not sure,