George Washington Papers

From George Washington to William Heath, 30 April 1782

Head Quarters Newburgh 30th April 1782

Dear Sir.

Your two favors of yesterday, with their inclosures, were duly delivered to me.

I do not think any considerable alteration, need be made, respecting the out Posts, I approve your holding the Troops you mention, in readiness to support them; but it would not be eligable, to advance any more Artillery at present—The Detachments on the Lines, ought to be extremely vigilant.

I have written to Mr Sands, to furnish the Reserves, agreably to your requisition of the 6th of Feby last. and have no doubt of his compliance. I am Dr Sir Your most Obedt Servt

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