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Letter from Thaddeus Burr to General Wooster


I have employed Mr˙ Samuel Penfield to go with this; if you think it proper to forward this account to New-York, he will be ready to serve you.

You will excuse my sending it open, as I think it best for every one to know with what bravery our men have acted, and how God in his providence seems to appear for us.


Mr˙ Penfield will also hand you a paper from Cambridge, which contains some particulars,

I am, in the utmost haste, Sir, your friend and humble servant,

To General Wooster, at Greenwich.