George Washington to
Major General Alexander McDougall
Middlebrook [New Jersey] April 19, 1779. Is attempting to procure cannon but regrets that at this time none is available. Will send money when money arrives. Asks for a muster of the Massachusetts men under McDougall’s command. Instructs McDougall to have Brigadier General Enoch Poor’s brigade ready to march.
Df, in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.