George Washington Papers

From Richard Kidder Meade to William Lord Stirling Alexander, 12 September 1780

Head Quaiters 12th Septr 1780

My Lord

His Excellency is this moment going out—He desires me to observe that he approves the instructions you sent for his perusal, & only wishes you to add to them, that in case the Enemy should make a move up the River, that the Officers may give notice immediately to the Commanding officer at Dobbes’s. I am your Lordship’s Mo. Obet hum. Servt

R.K. Meade A.D.C.

NHi: William Alexander, Lord Stirling Papers.

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