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The Medical Department was under the consideration of a Committee before I left Congress and will it is probable undergo a change, that may curtail the number of the present appointments—should this be the case and the new arrangement take place before I return ( which at present it is my intention to do before Christmas) I shall recommend to the support of the Virginia Delegates the Gentlemen...
I have just received information that about six thousand Men are embarked & embarking some say they are destined for Rhoad Island some for Pensylvania and others that they are going to Virginia It is said that all the Pennsylvania Refugees are to go on Board the Fleet It is also said that part of their Cavalry are to go. The Man I wrote to you about in my last Letter is up in this neighborhood...
A Note I have from General Green leaves me in doubt if his Memory had served him to relate to you with Exactness the Substance of the Conversation that had passed between him & myself on the Subject of Major André. In an Affair of so much Consequence to my Friend, to the two Armies, and Humanity, I would leave no Possibility of a Misunderstanding and therefore take the Liberty to put in...