George Washington Papers

From George Washington to John Laurance, 26 September 1780

Robinson’s House in the Highland’s Sepr 26 1780


You will have heard probably before the receipt of this, that Major General Arnold has gone to New York—and that the adjutant General of the British Army & Mr Joshua Smith who were concerned with him in measures which occasioned his flight are both in our hands. I am desirous of seeing You without loss of time in consequences of these events, and request that You will proceed to Head Qrs wherever they may be, without delay. I am Dr Sir with regard & esteem Yr Most Obed. St

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NN: Edward S. and Mary Stillman Harkness Collection.

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