George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Jedediah Huntington, 25 June 1780

Bush’s at the Mouth of the Paramus Road near suffrans half after 2 oClock 25 June 1780

Dr Sir,

I wrote Your Excellency an hour & half ago since have recd Yours by Lt. Keeler from Pequananck June 25—have ordered the Baggage between sidmans & Slats—& the Troops to take post at the Bridge about half way between suffrans & Slats—shall remain here for the present for sake of more conveniently hearing & communicating Intelligence—have desired Major Stagg to inform me of everything material. I am with the Greatest Respect Yr Excellencys Most Obed.

J. Huntington

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