Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment;
Albert, appending a note to the letter dated 18 January 1863, discusses more on troop movements and rumors of a Union attack on Greensboro, which would severely impact supply routes; if they are attacked, it is rumored that they would head to...
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Troop movements; Military supplies; Patriotism;
Lee sympathizes with Greene for having less-than-motivated troops, and suggests some improvements that could be made to increase morale among the men. He also suggests appealing to the public's sense of patriotism.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Troop movements; Military intelligence; United States -- Continental Army -- Management; Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- United States;
Washington discusses possible scenarios concerning British capture of territory; continues by discussing his interest in the upcoming discussion in between Parliament and King George III as well as Richard Oswald's use of the phrase "United States...
Foreign affairs; Troop movements; United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783;
Livingston, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, opens a correspondance with Greene in order to hear first hand of Greene's victories on the battlefield which can be used in conversation & foreign affairs. He also reports that twenty-six ships and 5000...
Lee, Henry, 1756-1818; Kościuszko, Tadeusz, 1746-1817; Lillington, John A.; Military supplies; United States -- Continental Army -- Management; United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Troop movements;
General Huger reports that the Army has arrived, but that Lt. Colonel [Henry] Lee is still en route. Due to a miscommunication, Captain Smith and a cargo of 600 shirts and 300 pair of shoes were sent away from camp. Colonel Kosciusko has...
Troop movements; Travel; Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment;
Thomas detailing the travels of the company from Goldsboro, N.C. to Black Water (Va.); also speculates on the possibility of a fight. Mentions that Isaac is not yet "in the service" and that he may substitute for Jonathan or Albert.
Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Rumor -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Weather; Confederate States of America. Army -- Equipment; Education;
Benjamin discussing hearing of other battles, his marching in poor weather and word from home. Also provides a list of desired clothing from his mother.