George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Abraham Crittenden, 20 October 1755

To Abraham Crittenden

[Winchester, 20 October 1755]

To Sergeant Critendon.

You are hereby Ordered to attend two Waggons which will set out to-morrow morning for Alexandria, to bring Clothing, &c. from thence; and you are to see that no Embezzlements are made thereof on your march. Dispatch is requisite; therefore diligence is recommended, by &c.



Abraham Crittenden was a sergeant in Capt. William Peachey’s company of the Virginia Regiment.

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