From George Washington
Morristown, 26 Mch. 1780. Calls attention to resolve of Congress of 25 Feb. 1780 assigning state quotas of supplies for the army and directing them to be deposited at places designated by the Commander in Chief. The quotas and places of deposit for Virginia are listed as follows:
|Places||Bbls. Flour||Gals. Rum||Tons Hay||Bu. Corn|
As to beef and salt, the time and place of delivery and also the proportions must be governed by the occasional requisitions of the Commissary General.
Dft of circular letter to the state executives, 3 p., in hand of R. H. Harrison; Dft of table of quotas for all states, 4 p. (DLC: Washington Papers). Text of letter, but not of table of quotas, is printed in Washington, Writings, ed. Fitzpatrick, xviii, 159–60.
See Huntington to TJ, 26 Feb. 1780, enclosing resolve of Congress of 25 Feb.