James Madison Papers

James Madison to Arthur S. Brockenbrough, 2 July 1829

July 2d. 29

Dr. Sir

I have just recd yours of June 29[h]; and am much obligd by your considerate provision of quarters for me & Mrs. M. during the approaching Sessions of the Bd. of Visitors. Should my health suddenly improve so far as to enable me to attend, I shall avail myself of the arrangement you have made. But such is at present my feeble state, with some remains of indisposition, that I count on the painful necessity of being a second time a delinquent, and wish you therefore to make your arrangements on that supposition

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