Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Samuel Smith, 2 June 1803

From Samuel Smith

Baltimore 2d. June 1803


When I paid my respects yesterday I had no great expectation that I should now have the pleasure to say that Mr. Carr’s Illness had taken a favorable turn—He has had a free Discharge & I am in hopes is now out of Danger—The Doctors do not yet give very positive favorable Opinion but being relieved from the Suppression his Strong Constitution will Soon defeat his Fever—I think I never have Seen a Man apparently worse than he was yesterday—I am

with Sincere friendship Your Obed Servt.

S. Smith

RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as received 3 June and so recorded in SJL. Probably enclosed in TJ to Thomas Mann Randolph, 4 June.

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