powered by google
Documenting the American South Logo
Colonial and State Records of North Carolina
Advanced Search Options
Letter from James Armstrong to Jethro Sumner
Armstrong, James, d. 1794
June 15, 1781
Volume 15, Page 484

-------------------- page 484 --------------------
MAJ. JAMES ARMSTRONG TO GENERAL SUMNER.

Martinbo., June 15th, 1781.

Dear General:

Your favours of the 10th & 12th came saif to hand. I shall march from this tomorrow Morning. A detachment I sent to the Assistance of Brig. Genl. Caswell at Kingston, I have ordered to meet me at Tarborough on Sunday. I have met great difficulty in Collecting the Men notwithstanding I shall not be able to bring on more than one half the number and those badly furnished; their is a quantity of publick Stores on this river but the want of Waggons will put it out of my power to bring them on. You may depend I shall proceed agreeable to your orders with the utmost Expedn.

I am Dear Genl., with every Sentiment of
Esteem your Hble. Servt.,
JAMES ARMSTRONG.