I arrived at this place last Evening. I shou'd have made my Journy in Two day, but the rivers was so high that I was detain'd almost a day. I am Obliged to rest my horses a fiew days, as they are much fatigued. Our General Huger has been very buisy, and will in a fiew days march all the Cavalry from this place to Col. Hawkins, and I believe Col. White will be at Head Quarters with near 60 or 80 More Horse in about Ten days. You may depend I shall make all the hast back I can. Your Saddle & Bridle is done, and have it by first Opportunity. A report prevails that Genl. Arnold has proov'd a Traitor in laying a plot to betray G. Washington and deliver him to the British. You will hear more of the Affair in a Short Time. Malmedy has told many lies at Philadelphia about poor Pinkney, and am,
P. S. Genl. Huger Desires his Compts. to you and Family.