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To George Washington from Charles Stewart, 23 May 1781

Sussex Court House 23 May 1781

Dear General

I wrote your from Warwick what prospect We had in Raising Teams, to Cart the flour from thence to New Windsor. Yesterday the Court for this County being now setting Ordered that each Township, such Cart their Quota of what is in the Magazine here, and that the whole should be done in Nine days there is about 1400 Barrells altogether Near One hundred of which was loaded & sent on Yesterday, and I am assured by the Justices most of whom I know, that they will have this duty performed with certainty. I expect to day an exact return of the stores at Easton & Pitts Town and as soon as I have that and fixed on a plann to have the stores at those places moved this far, I shall further return to camp. I am with respect Your most Obedient Servant

Chas Stewart

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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