Papers, 1813 Dec. 29.


Armstrong, John, 1758-1843. Papers, 1813 Dec. 29.

Papers, 1813 Dec. 29.

Contemporary copy of a letter, Dec. 29, 1813, from John Armstrong, Sec. of War, to (George Michael) Troup, chairman of the military committee, U.S. House of Representatives, relating to the great deficiency in the number of effective militia troops.

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