George Washington Papers

To George Washington from Bartholomew von Heer, 28 May 1782

Reading May 28th 1782.

I have the Honour to present to His Excellency The Commander in Chief, That I have been very Successfull in recruiting my Corps, which is at present compleat with Men & Horses.

But have not yet been supplied with pistols, Cloaks, Boots & Spurs.

Lieutt Mytinger coming up to relieve Lieutt Strubing will inform your Excellency in what Order the Troops Stands at present—I would have sent on a Detachment to reinforce that what is there, But as I had not received any particular Orders for the same; Have therefore thought proper to wait for His Excellency’s Orders. I have the Honour to be Your Excellency Most Humble & most Obedt Servt

Barthw von Heer Capt. of L. Dn

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