Sir: It is with no small concern, that I find the Arrangement of General Officers made by the Honble. Continental Congress, has produced much Dissatisfaction; as the Army is upon a General Establishment, their Right, to Supercede and Controul a Provincial one, must be unquestionable; and, in such a Cause, I should hope every Post would be deemed Honor able, which gave a Man Opportunity to serve his Country.
A Representation from the Congress of this Province, with such Remarks as occurred to me on this Subject, is now before the Continental Congress; In the mean Time, I beg leave to assure you that unbiassed by any private Attachments, I shall Studiously endeavour to reconcile their Pretensions to their Duty, and so dispose them, as to prevent, as far as possible, any Inconveniencies to the Public Service from this Competition. I have the honor, &c.
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