Discussion of Yellow Fever

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Date July 25, 1796
Author Name Nathan Jones (primary) Location: War Office
Recipient Name Josiah Fox (primary) Location: Boston
Summary Letter, discusses yellow fever.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Josiah Fox; Nathan Jones; Secretary of War; James McHenry; ;
Related Places Boston; War Office; ;
Keywords letters; return; notes; yellow fever; ;
Key Phrases received your several favors under cover to the Secretary of War; accept my thanks; letters; bosom friend; her attention in writing to you appears to deserve every return which a grateful and affectionate heart can bestow; happy that you have taken the pains to gratify me in the inquiries; several notes; particular pleasure in hearing from you when either your leisure or inclination will permit; yellow fever; many rains succeeded by the cool weather have dissipated all fears that might have arisen in the minds of the most gloomy hypochondria;
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