From Major General William Heath
Danforths [Highlands, N.Y.] July 6th 1779
I herewith Send a deserter from the 71st Regt British, nothing material has transpired below.
Some parties of Militia who are detached by the State of New York to do duty for Six months at present in the vicinity of Crompond &c. are applying for a Supply of ammunition, are they and others under like engagements to be furnished from the Continental Magazines or not.1 I have the honor to be with the greatest respect your Excellencys most Obedient Servant
ADfS, MHi: Heath Papers.
1. No reply from GW concerning this query on ammunition for New York militia has been found.