From John Armstrong
Monday morning [ca. June 1814]
I was informed yesterday by Col. Tatham that a number of letters for C. Gobert had been left at his former lodging in this place, for conveyance to him. Mr. Parker was sent for them & brought those which I now have the honor to enclose. I am Sir, very respectfully Your most Obedient & very humble servant
RC (DLC). Undated; dated 1814 in the Index to the James Madison Papers; conjectural date assigned here based on the Madison administration’s efforts to collect information on Charles Gobert during the first half of June 1814 (see Gobert to JM, 29 Mar. 1814, n. 2, and Armstrong to JM, 4 June 1814). Enclosures not found.