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Letter to Henry Knox, June 13, 1779

George Washington. Letter signed: Head Quarters Smiths Clove, to Henry Knox. 1779 June 13. 1 p + doc. + addr.

Head Quarters Smiths
Clove June 13th. 1779



In case the enemy march against West point, the inclosed is a general disposition for the army, which is to be varied according to circumstances and the particular movements of the enemy. –

I am Sir
Yr. Most Obet. Servant
Go: Washington

From his Excellency
General Washington dated
13 June 1779.
Containing a general
disposition of the Army.

Brigdr Genl. Knox

Notes: For full edited version of this circular, see Fitzpatrick, John C. ed. The Writings of George Washington. 15: 269-271.