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101 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to Brigadier General John … 1777-03-05 I have your favr of the 22d Feby from Carlisle, and hope soon to have the pleasure of seeing you...
102 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 15 November 1813 1813-11-15 I have recd. your[s] of the 8th. from Sacket’s Harbour: & shall look in a few days for some...
103 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;...
104 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...
105 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...
106 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...
107 Jefferson, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Jefferson to John Armstrong, 14 March 1819 1819-03-14 Your favor of the 1 st inst. is recieved. in the case of Gen l Kosciuzko , he having lived & died...
108 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 10 October … 1773-10-10 Upon my return home from the Annapolis Races (from whence I wrote you, committing the Letter to...
109 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 10 January … 1783-01-10 By Major Armstrong I had the honor to receive your favor of the 10th of Octr—and in overlooking a...
110 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 15 March 1806 1806-03-15 I herewith inclose an act of Congress just passed on the subject of the commerce with St....
111 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...
112 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....
113 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 11 March 1792 1792-03-11 (Private) Dear Sir, Philad. March 11th 1792 I am persuaded that no one will be more ready than...
114 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...
115 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to Major General John Armstrong … 1778-03-27 I am obliged by your favr of the 5th Feby and 10th inst. I fear your apprehensions as to the...
116 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;...
117 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...
118 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 10 August … 1779-08-10 Among the number of Letters which I am continually receiving & the multiplicity of papers which...
119 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 26 March 1781 1781-03-26 Your favor of the 8th from Carlisle came to me safe, as did the letter alluded to in it; which I...
120 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 24 August … 1769-08-24 With particular pleasure I acknowledge the receipt of your favour by Mr Fulton —it affords me a...
121 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 19 February 1806 1806-02-19 Mr Skipwith has represented himself to be aggrieved by an attachment laid by the French...
122 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 24 May 1814 1814-05-24 I have received yours of the 20th. inst. The sufferings of the Troops from want of clothing & pay...
123 Washington, George Armstrong, John From George Washington to John Armstrong, 25 April 1788 1788-04-25 From some cause or other which I do not know your favor of the 20th of February did not reach me...
124 Pinckney, Thomas Armstrong, John Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong, 18 April 1814 … 1814-04-18 § Thomas Pinckney to John Armstrong. “Head Quarters Sixth & Seventh Districts—Fort Decatur...
125 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong and James Bowdoin … 1806-05-26 On the supposition that by the time this reaches you the negotiations prescribed in my letter of...
126 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong, 19 August 1814 1814-08-19 Note to Secy. of War, on Genl. Browns letter of Aug. 7. If there be no opposing considerations...
127 Madison, James Armstrong, John From James Madison to John Armstrong and James Bowdoin … 1806-03-13 I have duly received from time to time your several letters bearing dates 3 July 10 & 15 Augt. 10...