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1 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 3 November–20 … 1767-11-03 With particular pleasure I acknowlege the receit of your favour of the 21st Septr but know not...
2 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 24 January … 1770-01-24 Letter not found: from John Armstrong, 24 Jan. 1770. On 20 Mar. GW wrote to Armstrong: “Your...
3 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 17 August … 1773-08-17 Such is the uncertainty of human affairs, that I have again the unexpected occasion of giving you...
4 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 24 December … 1773-12-24 Your favours of the 28th Sepr from Annapolis, and that of the 10th Octobr from your Own House, I...
5 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General John … 1777-02-01 You will scarcely expect a Letter from me dated at this place so far out of the line of yr...
6 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General John … 1777-02-22 On my return from Baltimore & travelling the West⟨ern⟩ part of the County of York, I am favoured...
7 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General John … 1777-04-08 The bearer Mr Saml Kersley is One under the Nomination of a Captain in the minute I left yr...
8 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Brigadier General John … 1777-06-20 I shall not incroach on your time with disscribeing that Circle of feeble Service wherein I have...
9 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Maj. Gen. John Armstrong, 17 … 1777-09-17 Letter not found: from Maj. Gen. John Armstrong, Sr., 17 Sept. 1777. Armstrong wrote GW at 8:00...
10 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-11-25 Without such an acquaintance of the Enemies lines as wou’d discover to you where they are more or...
11 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-01 I beg leave to recommend, that as early as it may be Safe to make such movement, the Army may...
12 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-04 In regard to the Advisability of a Winters Campaign, I answer —In keeping the Field, the...
13 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-19 This day or tomorrow I design moving Over to the Bethlehem or rather the Eastown Road & near the...
14 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-23 Yesterday, prior to your Excellens. favour which came to hand last night, I had dispatch’d an...
15 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-23 I received your Excellys Favour this Afternoon & shall as far as in my Power endeavour to obey...
16 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-26 I cannot yet learn whether the Enemy are return’d to Philada—a person from thence, tells me the...
17 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-29 I lately wrote yr Excely of four prisoners confined in this Guard for Carrying Provisions on...
18 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1777-12-30 My last letter to the Council of this State was wrote in consequence of yr Excellencys desire,...
19 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1778-02-05 My unacquaintance at coming to this place, with the Complexion of Congress & exertions of that...
20 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from Major General John Armstrong … 1778-03-10 The intelligence gain’d by a Miss Myer, respecting a Certain John Robinson who has undertaken...
21 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 3 December … 1778-12-03 By so good a conveyance as that of Coll Irwin I can not wave the pleasure of a line to your...
22 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 10 May 1779 1779-05-10 Necessarily as now you must be led to consider on the One hand, the various distributions of your...
23 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 25–29 June … 1779-06-25 I am for Some time possessed of your Excellencys favour of the 18th Ulto and perfectly convinced...
24 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 7 July 1779 1779-07-07 Major Nichols having been Nominated by the Board of War as a Lieutenant Colonel in the...
25 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 12 January … 1780-01-12 The present distressing Asspect of our publick affairs compels me to add to your Excellencys...
26 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 31 August … 1780-08-31 Since my return to Congress in the latter end of May, few weeks have passed in which I did not...
27 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 8 March 1781 1781-03-08 Five Sabel months have passed over Since I last had the pleasure of writing yr Excellency & then...
28 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 27 December … 1781-12-27 It was a choice too long deferred writing Yr Excellency on the very important Capture of the Earl...
29 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 29 June 1782 1782-06-29 Altho’ this warm weather leaves me but little inclination to write, I could not entirely decline...
30 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 22 April 1783 1783-04-22 In March, I was honored with the receit of your Excellencys letter of the 10th of January—and the...
31 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 25 January … 1785-01-25 My last to your Excellency was of the congratulatory Sort, written on the joyfull & acceptable...
32 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 2 March 1787 1787-03-02 Amongst many others, I consider myself your Excellencys debtor—and that the small Annuity of a...
33 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 5 June 1787 1787-06-05 My last letter addressed to your Excellency at Mount Vernon, intimated some expectation as well...
34 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 20 February … 1788-02-20 As a Citizen of the united States, I always consider my Self your debtor, and the annual tribute...
35 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 27 January … 1789-01-27 Your very Obligeing letter of the 25th of April last came only to hand, and yeilded much...
36 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 2 February … 1790-02-02 Notwithstanding how frequently your person and Office possess my thoughts, I have studiously...
37 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 29 December … 1790-12-29 The design of my Subject being in some sense premature, you may possibly consider it as the...
38 Armstrong, John Hamilton, Alexander To Alexander Hamilton from John Armstrong, [17 … 1791-09-17 Permit me Sir to intrude so fancy to call your attention for a moment on a subject that to me is...
39 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 14 March 1792 1792-03-14 Whatever may have been the constructions of others respecting the designs of Government, in...
40 Armstrong, John Washington, George To George Washington from John Armstrong, 25 November … 1793-11-25 Please to accept my sincere Congratulations on the reputed State of your good health & safe...
41 Armstrong, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Armstrong, 8 November … 1800-11-08 Agreeably to your riquest I have enterd with the auditer the Lands Located for General...
42 Armstrong, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Armstrong, 4 June 1803 1803-06-04 your letter thro Madam L. F. Felix was answered some time since, and in compliance with her...
43 Armstrong, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Armstrong, 20 February … 1804-02-20 Captain Lewis on his way to the Westward called on me and requested that I would at the proper...
44 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 2 [June] 1804 1804-06-02 I yesterday had the honor of receiving your letter of the 27th. Ult. and after giving to the...
45 Armstrong, John Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from John Armstrong of New York, 2 … 1804-06-02 I yesterday received the letter of the 26th. of May with which you were pleased to honor me, and...
46 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 15 July 1804 1804-07-15 I arrived in this city two days ago and have taken a passage in a ship destined to Nantz, which...
47 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 6 August 1804 1804-08-06 On my arrival here with my family a few days past I had the honor of receiving your letters of...
48 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 29 August 1804 1804-08-29 The delay in our sailing, which, under various pretences, has been kept up from the 15th. ’till...
49 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 31 August 1804 1804-08-31 Having occasion for five hundred dollars more than the amount of your late draft on the Treasury...
50 Armstrong, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Armstrong, 14 October 1804 1804-10-14 Having this moment heard that the Jane is about to sail for Boston early to:morrow, I avail...