Head Qrs Morris Town April 12. 1780
Since I had the Honor of addressing Your Excellency on the 9th Instant & of transmitting You at that time a Letter of the 26th Ulto on the subject of the supplies to be furnished by Your State in consequence of the Act of Congress of the 25 of February—I have more maturely considered the point, with respect to the places at which they should be deposited; and I beg leave to inform You it appears to me, that they should be collected at the following places & in the proportions set against them respectively.
|Places of Deposit||Barrel Flour||Gal. Rum||Hay||Corn Bush.|
The Ulitmate places of deposit of the Salt must be governed by the requisition of the Commissary General. I have the Honor to be with the greatest respect & esteem Yr Excellency’s Most Obedt servant