The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

To Walker Daniel.[1]

Wants Daniel to raise a corps of 300 mounted infantry to serve two months. The men are to equip themselves. They will receive the same pay and subsistence as the Continental cavalry and will be subject to the "rules and regulations of the Army." Daniel may appoint his own officers and will have the rank of "Major Commandt."[2]
Autograph Draft Signed (MiU-C) 1 p.
    [1. ]Daniel represented Halifax County in the Virginia House of Delegates. (Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 5 [1898]: 217)
    [2.] No reply has been found, but NG wrote Gov. Thomas Jefferson on 27 March (PGNG, 7: 471-472) that Daniel had been serving with the army since it recrossed the Dan River.