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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 7, 1786 Certificate for James Armstrong Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell The author has a Certificate for $1500 in the name of James Armstrong. He was in Lees Legion and lives in Carolina. He asks the recipient to confirm that Armstrong is due this amount.
March 16, 1785 Certificate of George Armstrong Archibald Armstrong Colonel Paine Archibald Armstrong sends to Colonel Paine a letter requesting a certificate for his son's military service.
July 17, 1793 Account of Jesse Armstrong Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Jesse Armstrong, late private in the Virginia Artillery.
[not available] Certification of Arrears due Edward Armstrong Henry Knox [not available] The return of invalids residing in the State of Delaware shows that Edward Armstrong, late a lieutenant in the service of the United States, is entitled to arrearages in the amount of 1,321dollars and 77 & 1/3 cents.
June 13, 1797 Armstrong's account William Simmons Captain Hamilton Armstrong Requests that Captain Armstrong refund a sum of money to Caleb Swan, Paymaster General, in order to clear Armstrong's account at the War Office.
March 8, 1790 Information on Lieutenant Armstrong Joseph Howell Alexander Hamilton Agreeable to Hamilton's request, Howell informs him that Lt. Samuel Armstrong, Paymaster to the 8th Massachusetts Regiment, received the monies for the four months pay of the Regiment in the month of September 1783, on which a balance remains due from him.
July 11, 1786 Cited letter or document, James Armstrong to Joseph Howell James Armstrong Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Armstrong 07/31/1786
July 24, 1786 Cited letter or document, James Armstrong to Joseph Howell James Armstrong Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Armstrong 07/31/1786
November 16, 1798 Seeking Civil Employment James F. Armstrong Alexander Hamilton Armstrong wants Hamilton's support in seeking civil employment, perhaps as a Pay Master.
November 13, 1786 Certificate given to James Armstrong as part of Commutation Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson In response to the recipient's request, the author confirms that the Certificate No. 89362 was given to James Armstrong as part of his Commutation. Armstrong also received three other Certificates for $1000 each that were endorsed by the author as was often the case with settlements that were part of Pennsylvania's quota.
May 10, 1785 Resolutions of Congress for raising new regiment; & Council request for names of officers willing to continue service under present circumstance John Armstrong Josiah Harmar Secretary Armstrong sends to Lieutenant Colonel Harmar a letter enclosed with congressional resolutions pertaining to raising a new regiment. Additionally, Armstrong provides the following direction to Harmar: provide to the Council names of officers willing to continue service under present circumstances and, absent orders, keep troops in service past enlistment. Armstrong indicates the Council...
January 17, 1792 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon John Armstrong Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 01/19/1792.
November 15, 1791 Letter Citation John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 11/17/1791.
December 10, 1791 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon John Armstrong Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 12/11/1791.
June 23, 1785 Cited letter or document, Henry Knox to John Armstrong Henry Knox John Armstrong Letter, Citation only Cited in Armstrong to Knox, 06/30/1785.
June 10, 1785 Cited letter or document, John Armstrong to Josiah Harmar John Armstrong Josiah Harmar Letter, Citation only Cited in Harmar to Armstrong, 07/17/1785.
December 2, 1797 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon John Armstrong Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 12/04/1791.
March 21, 1791 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon John Armstrong Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 11/23/1791.
December 2, 1797 Letter Citation Samuel Hodgdon John Armstrong Cited in Armstrong to Hodgdon, 12/04/1791.
December 11, 1791 Clothing, Etc. John Armstrong Samuel Hodgdon Armstrong fears that Hodgdon will be disappointed in not receiving the clothing mentioned in his recent letter. Armstrong has some of the clothing, shirts and shoes, but it is not marked so it is impossible to tell which is for the levies and which is for the artillery. Since he has no invoice he is not willing to part with them.
November 17, 1786 Certificate for James Armstrong Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Concerning the certificate of $1500 for James Armstrong, colonel in the North Carolina Line, applied to be paid into the land office.
February 3, 1798 Letter from the War Office James McHenry James Armstrong McHenry explains to Armstrong the difficulty in securing a government appointment.
August 1, 1798 Recommendation for William Armstrong Alexander Hamilton James McHenry Hamilton believed that despite Armstrong's previous citizenship in England, the man would make a good Major with outstanding moral character. Hamilton also noted that if hostilities progressed, the United States would require his services and others like him.
May 12, 1791 Arrearages Due the Troops Joseph Howell John Armstrong Howell encloses copies of the receipts Armstrong submitted relative to the warrants of the Secretary of War for arrearages of pay, subsistence, and forage due the troops through December 1790.
December 22, 1795 Pay of Private Leonard Highmaster, Captain Armstrong's Company 1st Sub Legion William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $17.16 is due Leonard Highmaster, late a private in Captain Armstrong's Company 1st Sub Legion, being his pay from January 1 to May 9, 1795, the day of his discharge.