To Brigadier General Charles Scott
Head Quarters Middle Brook 29th May 1779
I have duly received your favour of the 15th Inst. dated at Williamsburg.1
In my Letter of the 25th I have given you my sentiments on that line of Conduct which I thought most expedient in the present aspect of our Southern affairs—I have nothing more perticular at present, and would refer you to that Letter. I am sir your most humbe servt
Df, in Caleb Gibbs’s writing, DLC:GW; Varick transcript, DLC:GW.
1. This letter has not been found.