Letter from Samuel H. Parsons to Nathanael Greene regarding the general state of political affairs as the war draws to a close. General Parsons voices his concerns on the activities of Congress and his doubt that military officers will have a voice in political affairs post-war.
Letter from Stephen Drayton to Nathanael Greene requesting to be employed in his army and relaying the information he had received from Philadelphia regarding the movements of the French as they hastened to aid the Revolutionary troops.
Letter from Nathaniel Pendleton to Nathanael Greene anticipating the peaceful end to the war and relaying general news of the growing society they have established on Kiawah Island; containing his wife, in addition to the families of Colonel [William] Washington, Captain Wilmot, and Mr. Gibbs. The second half of the letter discusses the ill health of various persons.
Letter from Mann Page, Jr. to John Page appraising his brother of his bout with smallpox, preparation for an enemy invasion in Philadelphia, the British blocking of trade, the loss of a ship with her captain and supplies, and reporting the expected renewal of British forces in the spring.
Letter from George Weedon to Nathanael Greene regarding the climate of the state of Virginia, the imminent attack of Lord Cornwallis, and the campaign to raise recruitment. Weedon goes on to discuss the climate of the South, in general, the disadvantage of South Carolina, and the lack of action from North Carolina.
Letter from Thomas Farr to John Laurens regarding the situation of the British in Charlestowne; the shortage of supplies, the lack of reinforcements, and the fear of an imminent American attack on their forces on James Island. Farr goes on to request protection for the few stores of food he has left, as he has given everything to the Continental army and would not like those of his estate to starve.
Letter from [John] Peter [Gabriel] Muhlenberg to Nathanael Greene regarding the arrival of the French Fleet in the Massachusetts Bay and an account of the ongoing skirmish with the British in Massachusetts.