George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Abraham Bancker, 9 September 1780

Saturday Evening 9th September 1780.

Nothing material has Since happened but what [   ] his Flat in a direction with the Point of [   ] is come in Order to procure Wood as it is here reported. 50 Cords are to be Sent on board then [   ] a Path to the West Indies, little Time will give us a Clear Idea of their intentions—A Frigate of 36 Guns [   ]up to New York this Afternoon acommpanied by a kind of [   ] I Suppose was her [   ] Cannon on her approach [   ] made Such Resistance against [   ] to reduce the Block House on the North River [   ] is going to [   ] Post at Berg[en] [   ] going Wood-cutting & are going to [   ] Securely—Four Small Vessels [   ] this Evening [   ] Person purposely that the [Acct] might [   ] [a]ppointed Place by [   ] a good deal of Fatigue, with [   ] when I had reached the End of my [   ] to take C[are] of my Papers as [   ] absolutely refused to concern himself [   ] my [mind] From Such [   ] I immediately consumed what I had [   ] at the Same Time told me that he had [   ] that a Person [   ] has given [   ] concerning Some of our [   ] consequence of which Some People from the West

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