Queen's American Rangers
I fear some misadventure has happened to ANDRÉ; I have to offer myself & my Corps for any Coup that might assist him; I have forty Cavalry as gallant men as ever were in the field; & horses capable of marching seventy mile without halting-
I have often risked my life, but never as with so much pleasure, in a case where attachment to my General, private Friendship & public duty, all call upon in the most feelg. manner-
I am in the greatest Anxiety & distress
At Mr. WEIRs
University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Sir Henry Clinton Papers, Volume 124, folio 45.
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