The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

From Major Thomas Blaire,

Has NG's "Note" [not found]. In answer to NG's "first Letter," Blaire has only twenty-two privates and no horsemen; he cannot go to Salem because the "torrys are two [too] Numorous."[1] Militia are gathering at Guilford Court House, and Blaire asks if he should march there or "tary here." Says in a postscript that he has ordered the men collected at Guilford under his "Care" to join him.
Autograph Letter Signed (Greene Papers: DLC) 1 p.
    [1.] See NG to Blaire, 6 February (PGNG, 7: 253).