George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Jedediah Huntington, 15 May 1780

Head Qrs Morris Ttown May 15th 1780

Dr Sr,

Notwithstanding the Jersey Brigade has moved down in order to relieve your command, I wish you to remain where you are until you hear further from me.

I am &c

G. Washington

ps As I have recd intelligence of a movement of the Enemy, I beg you will keep the Troops in the most compact order & readiness to march on the shortest notice, should circumstances require it. You will be prepared on the score of provision also.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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