George Washington to the Committee of Conference1
[Philadelphia] January 8, 1779. Proposes following points to be discussed with the committee: recruiting; a plan for the next campaign; prospects of further aid from Europe; clothing and supplies; changes in the ordnance, clothing, hospital, and engineering departments; establishment of an inspectorship; paper currency.
Df, in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.
1. The Committee of Conference consisted of James Duane, Jesse Root, Meriwether Smith, Gouverneur Morris, and Henry Laurens.