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Letter from Robert Howe to George Washington
Howe, Robert, 1732-1786
March 25, 1779
Volume 14, Page 289

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MAJ. GEN. ROBERT HOWE TO GEN. WASHINGTON.
[Letters of Genls. Sullivan & Howe, No. 160, p. 511.]


On the Road, 155 Miles from Charlestown, 25th March, 1779.

Sir:

I have been detained by Indisposition and some inevitable accidents much beyond my wish. I am now proceeding to Philadelphia with all the dispatch in my power.

I have the honor to be,
With the greatest respect, Sir,
Your most obed't Serv't,
ROBERT HOWE.

(Endorsed) Letter from Maj. Genl. R. Howe, 155 miles from Charlestown, March, 25th, 1779.


Rec'd April 10th.