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31 Jefferson, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, 21 February 1813 1813-02-21 Another General , it seems, has lost us another thousand men by suffering them to be surprised;...
32 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, [8 October] 1813 1813-10-08 “It cannot be doubted that the distruction of the Blockhouses &c. on our side of the Perdido...
33 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 20 August 1814 1814-08-20 Note To the Secy. of War on Govr. Shelby’s letter of Augst. 4 put into the hands of J. M. Aug....
34 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 7 August 1814 … 1814-08-07 ¶ To John Armstrong. Letter not found. 7 August 1814. Described as a one-page draft or memorandum...
35 Jefferson, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, 6 March 1809 1809-03-06 This will be handed you by mr Coles , the bearer of public dispatches, by an Aviso . he has lived...
36 Pinckney, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong, 4 December 1813 1813-12-04 I have the honor to inform you that the time of service of the Quota of the militia of the State...
37 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 13 September 1811 1811-09-13 Your favor of the 2d. instant, inclosing a newspaper statement of a conversation imputed to you,...
38 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 15 June 1814 1814-06-15 The Secy. of War will send To save time & copying, the letters & instructions & orders from the...
39 Smith, Robert Armstrong, John Draft of Robert Smith to John Armstrong, 5 June 1810 … 1810-06-05 5 June 1810, Department of State. Acknowledges letters and enclosures from Armstrong received on...
40 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 28 July 1814 1814-07-28 The Treaty of Greenville in 1795. may be the basis of the new Treaty, with any improvements which...
41 Cushing, Thomas H. Armstrong, John Thomas H. Cushing to John Armstrong, 8 August 1814 1814-08-08 I have the honor to enclose copies of a letter from commodore Hotham of the 7th. instant, & my...
42 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 27 July 1814 1814-07-27 It does not appear that Izard, tho’ the Senior officer of the District has been made acquainted...
43 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 10 August 1814 1814-08-10 The Instructions to Genl. Brown or Officer commanding on the Niagara subsequent to July 5. do. to...
44 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 17 May 1814 1814-05-17 Obstructions to the mail retarded for several days, your letter of the 9th. instant, accompanied...
45 Harrison, William Henry Armstrong, John William Henry Harrison to John Armstrong, 18 March 1814 1814-03-18 I have the Honor to acknowledge the receipt of your favours of the 3rd and 4th instant....
46 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 18 June 1814 1814-06-18 Besides the tendency of the proposed attempt for removing the Indians North of the State of Ohio,...
47 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 19 July 1813 1813-07-19 I have recd. yours by Mr. Mercer. The little enterprize projected by Mr. Monroe, would if...
48 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 12 August 1814 1814-08-12 Note to the Secretary of War on letters from him to Brown of July 19 —and to Izard of July 27....
49 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 24 September 1813 1813-09-24 Since my letter of the state of the Treasury has been transmitted to me. It is more favorable...
50 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, [13 August 1814] 1814-08-13 If not more than 200 warriors have gone to Detroit with Govr. Cass, the residue with the militia...
51 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 18 June 1814 1814-06-18 Note on this note of the Secy. of War covering letters of Col. Croghan to Capt. Sinclair of May...
52 Willcocks, Joseph Armstrong, John Joseph Willcocks to John Armstrong, 22 November 1813 1813-11-22 When I had the Honor of conversing with You at the Harbour, it appeared to be Your wish that I...
53 Pinckney, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong, 24 November 1813 1813-11-24 Having observed that complaints were made against the Contractor for this State, I imparted to...
54 Jefferson, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, 8 February 1813 1813-02-08 I have long ago, in my heart, congratulated our country on your call to the place you now occupy...
55 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 20 May 1814 1814-05-20 I have recd. your letter of the 17th. inst: covering further communications from Genl. Pinkney;...
56 Wilkinson, James Armstrong, John James Wilkinson to John Armstrong, 7 January 1814 1814-01-07 The Mail Route, by Burlington, has become dilatory and uncertain; I therefore, send this to...
57 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 20 June 1814 1814-06-20 General Wilkinson it appears, addressed an application to the P. on the 6th. ult: for an...
58 Harrison, William Henry Armstrong, John William Henry Harrison to John Armstrong, 15 September … 1813-09-15 15 September 1813 , “ Head Quarters Mouth of Portage River on Lake Erie .” “You will have been...
59 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, [21 June 1814] 1814-06-21 The taking of Soldiers for the Navy, is a disagreeable circumstance in several respects: but an...
60 Wilkinson, James Armstrong, John James Wilkinson to John Armstrong, 26 November 1813 1813-11-26 Perceiving that the Albany Argus, is endeavouring to mislead the Public Judgement, by shamefully...