To John Carlyle
[Winchester, 21 October 1755]
To Major John Carlyle.
I have sent two Waggons for the remainder of the Clothing, which I desire you will immediately dispatch, as I except it here by the 30th1—If the two Waggons should be more than sufficient for bringing the Clothes, the Loads must be made up with Provision, or any other necessaries you think we want. &c.
1. GW sent Abraham Crittenden down to Alexandria with two wagons for clothing on 21 Oct.