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. Jefferson had been ill in Annapolis in March, and would suffer persistent illness
in Paris, from early November, or earlier, through the winter (Jefferson, Papers
, 7:31, 500, 503, 545, 602, 636–637;
to Mary Cranch, 9 Dec.