A letter from Levi Wells to Isaac Gwathmey from Fort Winchester in which he discusses the preparations being completed to "pursue the tracks of the British and Indians" who he suspects are attacking "innocent inhabitants about the settlement of Detroit." He also writes of people killed in combat and the need for necessities such as shoes for the soldiers.
Camped at Mill Creek near Cincinnati, Ohio, John Allen writes to his wife that he has received her letter by favor of Major Hardin and he briefly notes the problems of having a barn built at home. He mentions the probable fall of Detroit due to William Hull's "perfidy" and "departure from honor," the possible fall of Fort Wayne, and the capture of and massacre at Fort Chicago. The loss of Detroit and its artillery, arms, and ammunition have caused their own army to delay. The army is excited by the recent disasters. Governor Harrison now in command.
Writing from Camp Miami, Isaac Baker tells Isaac Gwathmey of matters of the heart and his service in the army. He writes of going on scouting missions to Fort McArthur and Ft. Wayne, visiting St. Mary's to ascertain the amount of clothing available for soldiers, and relays a list of goods donated to his wing of the army by Kentuckians for the war effort.
Military note from 1813, addressed to "all the boys left at Fort Winchester," stating that all the officers in the 1st Regiment are all dead or prisoner, and that "We Kentuckians will hang together," with a list of names on the back.