To Major General William Heath
Head Quarters Col. Morriss[’]s Sept. 17th 1776.
Some advices lately recieved from Powle’s hook, has made it necessary that Col. William’s regiment, should march to that post as a re-inforcement to Col. Durkie; it will be proper therefore they should be immedy put in motion towards Mount Washington, where they are to cross. Yr hhble Servt
LS, in William Grayson’s writing, MHi: Heath Papers.