New Windsor 30th July 1782
Estimate of horses and oxen, necessary to remove the Park of Artillery and its appendages from Burlington.
|25||teams for which 100 horses or oxen equivalent will be wanted agreeable to a return made to the Q.M. General, 18 May last.|
|6||5 1/2 inch howitzers—||4 horses each||24|
|6||—French||one horse and four yoke of oxen each.||12||96|
|8||3 pounders—||3 horses each||24|
|4||Medium||12 prs 1 horse & 4 yoke of oxen||4||32|
|3200 rounds for 3 & 6 pounders|
|Stores that will accompany the Park|
It is presumed Col. Pickering Qr Mr General, can furnish the horses and complete the number of waggons for the above purpose.
Knox Major General
Commanding the Artillery
DLC: Papers of George Washington.