George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski, 6 November 1778

From Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski

Sussex-Court-house [N.J.] Nov: 6th 1778.


I have the honour to send you my Passports by Mr Gerard. I did wish to do it my self; but the Indisposition in wich I am since several Days hinders me.

I am here without forrage, if that is to last long, the horses will suffre great deal.

I shoul’d wish before my departure for Europe to be to some Service; If it will please you my General you may furnish me with the Occasion. I expect here your Ordres. I am with great Respect his Excellency your most obedient Servant

C. Pulaski


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