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James Monroe to Thomas Jefferson, 30 June 1813

From James Monroe

30 June 1813.

Dear Sir

The President’s health is rather improved since my last to you. He had a bad night, but his fever is slighter than it has been at any time since his indisposition. The phisicians think him convalescent—

in haste—respectfully & sincerely yrs.

Jas Monroe

RC (MHi); dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ as received 2 July 1813 from Washington and so recorded in SJL.

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