George Washington Papers

From George Washington to William Heath, 28 April 1782

Newburgh 28th April 1782—

Dear Sir

I have received your several Favrs of Yesterday.

I beg you to close the Matter of damaged provisions with Msrs Sanders—they will doubtless take them at what they may be worth—& pass them to the Credit of the United States.

I am very sorry the recruiting Service in your State wears no better an Aspect—Liut. Robinson may remain at present as an Assistt to the Minister of Service—If any Number of Recruits should be collected at the different Rendezvous, Colo. Badlam I fancy must yet want additional Assistance. With Regard & Esteem I am Dear Sir your most Obedient & most humble Servant

Go: Washington

MHi: Heath Papers.

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