The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

From Samuel Huntington, President Of The Continental Congress,

Has the "Despatches" accompanying NG's letters of 28 December 1780 and 9, 23, and 24 January.[1] "The Action at the Cowpens" does the "highest Honor" to General Morgan and his men.[2] "The Standards taken from the Enemy will be very acceptable to Congress."[3] Promises that "Every Exertion will be made" to supply the Southern Army.
Autograph Letter Signed (DLC) 2 pp.
    [1.] For the "Despatches," or enclosures, see the correspondence that Huntington listed (PGNG, 7: 7-10, PGNG, 7: 83-84, PGNG, 7: 173, and PGNG, 7: 185).
    [2.] On Gen. Daniel Morgan's victory at Cowpens, see Morgan to NG, 19 January (PGNG, 7: 152-161).
    [3.] See NG to Huntington, 24 January (PGNG, 7: 185).