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    ENCLOSED OR HEREWITH

    Dear Teachers,
    I have searched almost all the threads listing the usage of phrase " Find enclosed herewith" . I came across a very reputed Indian ENGLISH DAILY newspaper which sated the use of herewith in such a statement redundant. is it so?
    Please clarify...


    Thank you

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    Re: ENCLOSED OR HEREWITH

    Quote Originally Posted by Shad View Post
    Dear Teachers,
    I have searched almost all the threads listing the usage of phrase " Find enclosed herewith" . I came across a very reputed Indian ENGLISH DAILY newspaper which sated the use of herewith in such a statement redundant. is it so?
    Please clarify...


    Thank you
    If you just use "Please find enclosed xyz" it is perfectly understandable, so 'herewith' is redundant.

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