George Washington Papers

From David Humphreys to William Lord Stirling Alexander, 25 August 1780

Head Quarters August 25 1780

My Lord,

His Excellency the Commander in Chief requests your Lordship immediately to detach two Regiments to the Landing place opposite to Spiten Devil Creek—they will remain there only this night and therefore need not take their Tents with them.

I have the honor to be Your Lordships Most Obedient & Most Hble Servant

D. Humphreys A.D. Camp

NHi: Alexander Papers.

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