The Papers of General Nathanael Greene


From Governor John Rutledge of South Carolina

Sir

The Bearer says, Genl Marion requests to have some Ammunition sent, by him, but forgot to mention it, in his Letter, to you, or me. I think it wd be well to send Egan? back to Marion, (by the Bearer,) for the Reason mentioned in his Letter, (inclosed) & therefore desire that you will be pleased to give orders, for that purpose. I am sir

yr most obedt servt

J: Rutledge

[P.S.]
P.S. I send Marions Letter, that you may, if you think proper, write to hm on any Matters, mentd in it, which I have not taken Notice of in mine, wch be pleased to send to him, (after reading & sealing it,) by Mr Gamble.
Autograph letter signed (MiU-C) 1 p.