George Washington Papers

To George Washington from William Lord Stirling Alexander, 8 June 1780

Eliz. Town June 8th 1780 5 oClock

Dr Sir

You may be assured that the Enemy have not altered their Situation since we attacked them in the Morning, I do not think we are ripe for an Attack upon them yet, I believe it would be best for the Army to halt two or three Miles short of this, for the present, I will give your Excellency the earliest Intelligence of any thing that should happen. I am Your Excellencys Most Humble Servant


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