George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Moses Hazen, 29 November 1782

Pompton 29th Novr 1782.


It is my Duty to acquaint your Excellency that the Regiment under my Command has not been mustered or inspected since the 13th of April last; which is a Circumstance that I should have mentioned sooner had not Col. Stewart assured me that he would be with the Regiment by the 24th Instant; five Days having elapsed, I am apprehensive that the State of his Health, or perhaps some other Duty has and may still prevent his coming here to muster and inspect the Regiment. I have the Honour to be, your Excellency’s most obedient And very humble Servant

Moses Hazen

Brigr Genl

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