|Date||September 28, 1863|
|Scope & Content||
Letter from Samuel Jones to Brigadier General John S. Williams, September 28, 1863
Physical Appearance: The letter is from Jones to Brig. Gen. John S. Williams, dated September 28, 1863. Writing from Carter's Depot, Tennessee, Jones emphasizes that he needs correct information from the cavalry to determine the enemy to his front. He believes the force consists of cavalry, mounted infantry, and "disloyal Tennesseans" that cannot be forced to fight. The letter is in three (3) pieces, along with an additional piece: "Gen. Sam Jones Writing." 1 pp.
Williams, John S.
Command of troops