George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Colonel William Grayson, 28 July 1777

From Colonel William Grayson

Dumfries [Va.] July 28th 1777.

Dr Sir.

Having been in the Country on Post days, & nothing of any consequence occurring, I have not wrote since the first of the Month.

I shall be able to leave this in two or three days, to join that part of the regiment which is gone forward.

I shall leave Lt Col. Powell here, to superintend the recruiting the remainder of the regiment.

There will be about thirty more recruits ready to march soon exclusive of those I have already informed you of. I am with the greatest respect Yr Affect. frd & Most Obedt Servt

Willm Grayson


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