George Washington Papers

From George Washington to David Forman, 29 August 1781

Trenton 29th Augst 1781


Your Favor of this Day reached me at 7 oClock.

I am much [obliged by your] attention—& have to thank [you particularly] for the Advice contained in your Letter respecting a Position & attack [   ].

I must beg you will continue to keep me advised of every material Circumstance that occurs—which you will be pleased to do by the mode you propose unless some more expeditious Rout will bring me intelligence to Phila.—sooner than by this Town.

You will please direct [to] me in Phila.—untill you shall hear further from me—I am [   ] with much Regard & Esteem sir your most [   ] servant

Go: Washington


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