Thomas Jefferson Papers

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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