George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Henry Knox, 23 June 1783

[West] point 23 June 1783


I take the liberty of to inform your Excellcy that the brigade of Generals Patterson and Greatons arrived at nine oClock at this post—The first brigade are encamped upon the place [   ] the red house—The 2d regiment of the 2d brigade are gone into the old barracks and into the barrack at [Genl Clinton’s] Battalion [   ] The 4 plain [   ] are encamped with [   ] It is proposed to place the New-Hampshire horses upon Constitution Island. I hope this arrangement will be agreably to your Excellcys ideas I have the honor to be with great respect your excl. humble ser. [   ]

H. Knox

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