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From John Laurens to Anonymous, 24 September 1781

Head Quarters 24th Septr 1781


The Commander in chief instructs me to inform you that the troops now arrived are to be debarked at the usual place—he wishes that the greatest possible assistance may be given to the Commanding Officers of the french troops on landing their men, by your flat bottomed boats and every other means in your power—it is of the utmost importance to facilitate & hasten the reunion of our forces at this place. I have the honor to be with the greatest veneration & attachment Your most obt Servt

John Laurens


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