From William Livingston
Trenton 17 March 1778
I was just this moment honoured with your Excellencys favour of the 14th instant, in which the Case of the light horse is so clearly stated that I shall immediately dispatch an express to Capt. Arnold with an extract of that part of your Excellency’s Letter.
As you must have a constant intercourse with the Congress, I hope your Excellency will excuse my freedom in committing to your care the inclosed Letter to President Laurens till you have an opportunity to send to york Town.1 I am with the most undissembled Sincerity & the highest regard your Excellency’s most humble Srt
ALS, DLC:GW. The letter is docketed in part, “Mar. 14. 1778 an[swere]d 25.”