George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Benoît-Joseph de Tarlé, 26 July 1780

Head Quarters Bergen County 26th July 1780


I have been honored by the receipt of your favr of the 15th—I should be happy that the little assistance which I was able to give Monsieur De Corny might have contributed in any degree, to the completion of the arrangements committed to his care.

Your assurances of making all your future dispositions accord as far possible with those of the American Army, merit my acknowlegement, and will be undoubtedly attended with very salutary consequences—You may depend that I shall with pleasure do every thing in my power to assist your operations to contribute to the accommodation of the troops of his most Christian Majesty and to testify with how much consideration I have the honor to be Yr most obt and hble Sert

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