George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Stephen Moylan, 5 April 1780

Head Quarters Morris Town 5th April 1780.

Dear Sir

I have recd yours of the 28th March. As the Court Martial on Docr Shippen will be under the necessity of adjourning for a few Weeks, it is lucky that you did not set out. You shall have notice of the time of their meeting again, which I imagine will suit that of your attendence upon Mrs Moylan to Jersey—In my letter of the 27th March, I informed you of what preparations were making for equipping the Cavalry.

Lt Colo. Temple, who goes to your Regt was here a few days ago, but was under the necessity of returning to Virginia on account of his private concerns. I think it probable that he will bring on some Recruits for the Regt.

Mrs Washington joins me in Compliments to Mrs Moylan and in condolence on your late misfortune. I am &c.

P. S. The Court Martial is adjourned to the 15 May you will therefore come down about that time if no material duty in the line of your command should prevent you.

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