[Philadelphia, February 25, 1783]
That Lieut. Col Morris Aid de Camp to Major General Greene be allowed the Pay & Emoluments of a Lieut Colonel & that his Accounts be adjusted accordingly.3
D, Reel 163, Item 149, II, p. 224, Papers of the Continental Congress, National Archives.
1. Peters was secretary of the board of war from 1776 to 1781 with a few interruptions and was elected to Congress from Pennsylvania on November 12, 1782.
2. Lewis Morris, Jr., was brevetted a lieutenant colonel in the Continental Army on September 9, 1778. He was aide-de-camp to Nathanael Greene from November, 1779, to the end of the war.