George Washington Papers

From George Washington to George Weedon, 3 October 1781

Head Quarters 3d Octo. 1781

Dear Sir,

Your three Letters of Yesterday are received—& I feel myself obliged by your Care & Attention.

Some Ca[nn]on are already ordered for your Side of the River.

As Genl Choicey is an Officer imediately under the Comand of the Count Rochambeau—my Orders in future will pass to him, thro’ the Count.

I shall be obliged to you notwithstandg to keep a constant Correspondence with me, & to advise me of every Occurrence worthy the Consideration—with much Regard & Esteem.

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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