George Washington Papers

To George Washington from William Malcom, 22 August 1780

Haverstraw Aug. 22 1780


Your Excellencys letter dated yesterday only got to my hands this forenoon—I would have marched on Receipt of the orders but have been oblidged to Send boats up as far as New Windsor for provision—The Commissary here had none—nor could General Arnold Spare any from the fort.

I shall proceed According to orders early in the morning. your Excellencys most Obedt Servt

W. Malcom

No Waggons here—I think of hazarding our baggage by Water.

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