George Washington Papers

From George Washington to Abraham Skinner, 21 June 1781

Head Quarters New Windsor June 21st 1781


The Board of War having transmitted me a Copy of Mr Loring’s application to you to obtain permission for Lt Colo. Hill’s going into New York on parole. I have given my consent for that purpose; and as Lt Colo. Hill is now on his rout from the Southward, you’ll improve the earliest oppertunity of conveying him this intelligence. I am Sir, with esteem, your most Obedt Humbe Servant.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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