George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau, 3 November 1782

Head Quarters Newburg 3d Novemr 1782


I have been honored with your letter of the 30th ulto from Hartford. In my last I informed your Excellency that 14 ships of the Line and 7 Frigates had sailed the 26th ulto from New York. I have not yet heard whether the remainder have sailed—neither have I received any intelligence respecting the evacuation of Charlestown—Your Excellency may be assured I shall give you instant information when I do.

The September Packet has arrived at New York—nothing more has transpired than what is contained in the inclosed papers.

I take the liberty of committing a number of letters to your Excellency’s care—among them, one for the Marquis de Vaudreuil, which I beg you to forward to him. I have the honor to be with perfect Esteem Yr Excellency’s Most obt and Hble servt

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DLC: Rochambeau Papers.

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