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Mrs Washington informs me that you have been kind enough to offer her a recipe for the Colic—She has had a very distressing Night with it, which must be my apology for the trouble I now give you in applying for it. I have the honor to be with great respect Madam Yr Most Obedt Servt DLC : Papers of George Washington.
Soon after I reached my present quarters at New Windsor I desired Majr Gibbs to send for my Sleigh & some other articles which he told me you had been obliging enough to take charge of for me when the Campaign opened last Summer—having heard, nor seen neither of them yet the presumption is that the letter either miscarried, or that there has been some inattention in the Q. Master at Morris...
My Lord Sterling Complains, & so justly, of the want of Tents, & the Baggage belonging to his Brigade that I would have you enquire particularly into the matter and endeavour to have it sent on to the sevl Regiments now suffering at the White Plains for want of it. Tell Genl Mifflin & Colo: Reed (in short let the Genl Officers below know) that some expedient must be fallen upon to bring off...