1796 July 12. Ja[mes] Wilkinson ALS to [Henry] Burbeck; Greenville, [Ohio].
Comments on "the Chief" having arrived at Cincinnati. Refers Burbeck to Colonel Hamtramck to see his letter. Believes Wayne's power to be "short-lived," which has caused Wayne to act conciliatory. Mentions Wayne's aides-de-camp, Captain Thompson and Major Buell. Has heard that Burbeck's battalion is to head east. Notes the death of "our friend Mills."