The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

To Captain Joseph Marbury.

Believes the enemy are at Shallow Ford. Marbury should stay "constantly advisd" of their movements while he is taking the stores and the hospital to Virginia. He is to send the usable arms, ammunition, and flints to Guilford on lightly loaded wagons. Those articles, which are to be used in arming the Hillsborough militia, must be sent immediately, "as the enemy make long and hasty marches." Wants reports on Marbury's "crossing the Stores" over the Dan River and on when the arms may be expected in camp.[1]
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    [1.] No reports have been found.