George Washington Papers

To George Washington from James F. Armstrong, 31 May 1796

Trenton May 31st 1796


I beg leave to bring before your mind that, if a vacancy in any office in your appointment, for which you may judge me fit, should occur, you would consider me as a candidate.The Secretary of the Treasury will detail the motives upon which I found my request. I have the honour to be Sir, your most obedient Servant

James F. Armstrong

DLC: Papers of George Washington.

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