The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

To Major Thomas Blaire.[1]

Has just received Blaire's "note"; is greatly pleased that "the Inhabitants are determined to turn out and defend their liberties."[2] Is unsure which way the enemy will move, so Blaire's men should bring provisions for three or four days and be ready to join the army "to morrow" if necessary.
Autograph Draft Signed (MiU-C) 2 pp.
    [1.] As seen from his reply of 7 February (PGNG, 7: 256), Blaire was an officer in the Guilford County militia.
    [2.] The "note" has not been found.