Letter from William Davies to Nathanael Greene discussing the shortage of various supplies and troops. Colonel Davies debates the movements of several regiments of men in regards to military strategy and what movement would provide the most strength in the desired areas. Davies also reports the instability of the government in the states of South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, and [New] Hampshire.
Letter from Christian Febiger to Nathanael Greene regarding the transfer of equipment, such as tents, camp equipment, colors, and fifes, to Virginia. Febiger also details the activities of the Committee of Congress and transfer of additional personnel.
Letter from Major General Nathanael Greene addressed to Arthur Campbell regarding the ongoing hostilities in the states of North Carolina and Virginia. Greene is advising Campbell on how to best achieve peace with the Cherokee and Chiccasaw Native American tribes.
Letter from Robert Lawson to Nathanael Greene regarding the reluctance of the militia under is command to march further south and also of the hindrance of their progress by the movements of Cornwallis and Phillips. Brigadier General Lawson also details the destruction the British are leaving in their wake, burning tobacco, destroying supplies, etc., and begs the further instructions from Major General Greene.
Letter from John Hector St. John to Nathanael Greene praising him for his military achievements throughout the American Revolution and thanking him for his success in achieving freedom for the American people.
Letter from William Heath to Nathanael Green regarding his opinions on two questions which Major General Greene has posed: whether he has the right to command and the justification of an officer complaining of injuries sustained while in military capacity.