The Papers of General Nathanael Greene

From Samuel Huntington, President Of The Continental Congress


I have received your several Despatches accompanying your Letters of the 28th of December, 9. 23. & 24 of January.
The Action at the Cowpens was conducted in such a Manner as does the highest Honor to Genl Morgan and the brave Officers & Soldiers under his Command.
The Standards taken from the Enemy will be very acceptable to Congress.
Every Exertion will be made to furnish the southern Army with the Necessaries they are so much in Want of. I have the Honor to be with the highest respect Sir

your most obedient Servant

Sam. Huntington

Autograph letter signed (DLC) 2 pp.