Includes view of the natural Rock Bridge, houses, conditions of the enslaved peoples,the land, cultivating tobacco, lower classes of people in Virginia, unhealthy apperances, the Shenandoa Valley, German immigratnts, landscapes, military titles that are common in America, Irish immigrants, etc.
In this letter, Campbell tells Brown of a "vast multitude of immigrants" passing through the wilderness to Kentucky and Cumberland without any trouble from the Native Americans. Goes on to say that there is a probability peace will be broken from the war against the Creek Indians.
Letters from America to a friend in England including information to those who would remove to America. Scanned items include "A map of the Middle States of America drawn from the latest and best authorities by Thos. Conder."