I have at present time to do little more than inclose you the paper which contains a letter from General Washington shewing the position of each army, and giving some particulars relative to the enemy's retreat from Brunswick. I wrote to you last post, and by a man who went home last week inclosed you all the intelligence which has occurred since the opening of the campaign—I also inclosed the Resolution of Congress relative to Col. Sheppard, and I hope you have received them all. I sent a duplicate of the Resolution for fear of miscarriage.—its substance is that Col. Sheppard's Battallion is received on the Continental Establishment, on the terms stipulated by the Assembly, and ordered, so soon as his three hundred privates are raised, to join the General without delay,
This goes by an opportunity to Charleston Enclosed are all the papers containing any intelligence—by another opportunity in a few days I will write again. July 3d 1777.