George Washington to Major General Israel Putnam
Pompton Plains [New Jersey] July 12, 1777. Orders Putnam to keep Brigadier General John Glover in readiness to march to Ticonderoga, to send Brigadier General John Nixon’s men on to join their brigade, and to forward field pieces to Major General Philip Schuyler. Warns of possible attack by Sir William Howe on Peekskill.
Df, in writing of H, George Washington Papers, Library of Congress.