George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Udny Hay, 2 August 1780

Fishkill 2nd August 1780


If the Machuhussetts and New Hampshire troops are to march by the way of Claverac, I must beg leave to acquaint your Excellincy that it will be absolutely necessary to send on a supply of Provisions for them nearly equal to what they will consume; beef cannot at present be gott in this Country and I have already furnishd near double the quantity of flour required at present of the States. I am most respectfully Your Excellencies most obedient and very humble Sert

Udny Hay.

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