Circular to the States from George Washington
[Teaneck, New Jersey] August 27, 1780. Discusses lack of provisions in Army. Writes: “Either the Army must disband, or what is, if possible, worse, subsist upon the plunder of the people.” Asks the states to requisition enough food to set up winter magazines.
Df, in writings of Tench Tilghman and H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.