To Major General Philip Schuyler
Cambridge 16th Novr 1775.
I wrote you this Day by Express and informed you therein the great Necessity I was in for Ordonance Stores & ammunition, and that [I woud Send]1 Henry Knox Esqr. to New York to procure there as much as can be spared, from thence to proceed to you, that Gentleman will deliver you this Letter, I recommend him and the Business he goes upon to your Attention, should he find more Money than he carries with him necessary you will please to supply him.2 I am with great Esteem Dear Sir Your most h: Servt
P.S. As I am anxious on Account of your Health be so good as to mention the State of it in your Letter.
LB, NN: Schuyler Papers; LB, DLC:GW; Varick transcript, DLC:GW.
1. The words within square brackets are taken from the letter-book copy in DLC:GW.