George Washington Papers

From Tench Tilghman to Henry Knox, 25 July 1780

Head Quarters Tuesday Evening 25th July 1780

Dear Sir

The General desires that 750 of the Arms and Accoutrements coming from Philadelphia may be sent to West point—of the remainder between three and four hundred sent to this Camp and the rest left at Morris Town to meet the demands of the Pennsylvania and Jersey Levies.

The missing french transport with 350 Men and 50 Tons of powder is arrived safe at Boston. I am most respectfully Yours

T. Tilghman

DNA: RG 93—Manuscript File.

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