George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Ebenezer Gray, 25 September 1780

Hd qrs Robinson’s House Sepr 25. 1780 7 O Clock


From some intelligence I have received I think it necessary that the Regiment at present under your command should march without a moments delay. You will therefore I request on receipt of this, put it in motion and with one half You will occupy the North & Middle redoubts on the Heights above this place as soon as possible. The other half of the Regiment will proceed on to the landing place above Mandevilles, near the old Connecticut encampment, and will cross the river immediately after their arrival to West point. I am Sir with great regard Yr Most Obed. St


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