George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Major General Philip Schuyler, 23 May 1777

To Major General Philip Schuyler

Morris Town May 23d 1777.

Dear Sir

I have been favored with your Letters of the 18th & 22d Instant with their Inclosures.

I am sorry to find there is such a Scarcity of Blankets, and doubt not, whatever Measures you pursue to procure a Supply, will be founded on the strictest propriety.

I thank you for your Information respecting Mr James Fisher, and shall avail myself of it in a suitable Manner. I am Dr Sir with great Esteem & Regard Your most obedt humble Servant

Go. Washington

LB, NN: Schuyler Papers; Varick transcript, DLC:GW.

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