George Washington Papers

To George Washington from James Clinton, 28 June 1781

Albany June 28th 1781


Since my Letter of yesterday, I have been honored with your Excellency’s favor of the 25th inst. with its Enclosure, which I forwarded instantly agreeable to the address.

I have already disposed of the New Levies in such a manner as to be able to move the Troops the moment I may receve your Orders, as they are constantly held in the most perfect readiness. As soon as the Eastern Militia shall arrive I shall station them agreeable to your Direction, and move the Troops down without loss of time. I have the honor to be your Excellency’s Most obt humble Servet

James Clinton

MH: Sparks Transcripts.

Index Entries