The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

From Colonel Joseph Vaughan,[1]

Writes on behalf of the Delaware officers who are prisoners of war. Capt. [William] McKennan went to Delaware in September to get money and clothing for them, but nothing has "yet come to hand." Requests the forwarding of "Articles that may have arived" for them at camp. The officers can do without the clothing if their "Exchange be speedy," but they need money immediately. Several have "contracted Debts" that they are anxious to pay. Their "present sittuation" is not "the most pleasing" ; Vaughan is sure NG will do what he can to give them "speedy relief."[2]
Letter signed (MiU-C) 2 pp.
    [1.] Vaughan, a Delaware Continental officer, had been captured at the battle of Camden. (Heitman, Register)
    [2.] NG's reply has not been found.