To General George Rogers Clark, February 19th
Backwardness of militia—Volunteers.
To General Baron Steuben, February 20th
Clothing-Militia-Draft-Visit of Hare.
To General Thomas Nelson, February 21st
Tilley's squadron-Hare's visit-Militia.
To Colonel James Innes, February 22d
Relief of militia-Commissions.
To General Baron Steuben, February 24th
Sufferings and discontent of militia.
To General Robert Lawson, February 25th
Continental arms-No news from south-Militia ordered out.
To the Officer of French Fleet, February 25th .
Pilots-Arms and clothing.
To the President of Congress, February 26th
Retreat of Green-Cornwallis at Hillsborough-Inactivity at
To Mrs. William Byrd, March ist
Definition of enemy.
To the Speaker of the House of Delegates, March ist
Former supplies-Recent invasions-Delay in execution of
laws-Necessities for regular troops- New England convention
-Legionary corps--Approach of Cornwallis-Resolutions of
Congress-History of invasions.
To General Marquis de Lafayette, March 2d
Pilots for French vessels-Possibility of capturing British.
To the Speaker of the House of Delegates, March 3d,
Need of additional vessels.
To Colonel Edward Carrington, March 3d
To the Speakers of the General Assembly of North
Carolina, March 3d .
Succours to North Carolina-Lack of arms.
To the Governor of Maryland, March 6th.
Supplies for southern army--Concerted action needed.