September 4, 1778

1778 September 4 (Friday).  Col. Brigham has rid to the Army near Rhode Island, to see his Son Winslow, and now returns with Accounts of their present State; and with a Letter from Henry Marble to Breck, which intimates the unhappy State of the Army, not only by the Disappointment in the Attempt against Newport, and withdrawing to the Main, but Disquietment among the Soldiers.


A Letter received from Elias by Mr. Isaac Parker.  He informs of Mr. Tucker’s preaching the Dudleian Lecture etc.