George Washington Papers

To George Washington from William Livingston, 12 December 1778

From William Livingston

Trenton [N.J.] 12 Dec. 1778

Dear Sir

I have your Excellency’s favour of the 7th before me, & have dispatched orders for the removal of the live stock & Provisions from those parts of monmouth w[h]ere they are most in danger of falling into the Enemy’s hands to places of greater safety—As our Assembly will rise to day, I shall expect your dispatches at Elizabeth Town, & have the honour to be with great respect your Excellencys.

ADf, in private hands.

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