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8 March 1809, London. He has written Lord Grenville regarding inconsistencies in the...
Leaving Town for a few days I sent to Lord Sidmouth the letter of which I take the liberty to...
The inclosed will shew you the cause and the sole cause, of my continuing ’till this time in...
I have just heard of an opportunity of sending the enclosed Duplicates, by a fast sailing Vessel...
The News of the Embargo reached us three days ago. A Measure more appropriate to the times could...
I have been near committing a great Faux pas. The Times of the 9th reported merely that the...
This paper has met with an accident, but I cannot find a new one. They are all bought up; which...
Though the debates of last evening exhibiting the pitiful and undignified manner in which...
My last under date the 25th Ult. finished with a remark on the disadvantage of a premature...
I wrote you the 26. Aug. lst. Pr America, 2nd Pr Resistance; both via New York. To judge by the...
I covered to you in haste a 14 night Since the Decree of Sir James Macintosh which I sent Pr....
Yesterday, and not before, I recd. your very acceptable favor of the 12th. Decr. Ult:. I am...
I rec’d your favor of the 3rd. April with the Books you were so good to send me. I find in Mr:...
I had not long closed my letter of the 19th when I met Lieut: Brooks who informed me that he...
11 March 1809, London. Reports that at least eight ships from America have recently arrived in a...
I received with the greater satisfaction your kind letter of the 8th Ult. as those which it...
I have just dispatched for you by this Conveyance duplicate of my Letters of the 24th. Inst: and...
Mr. Maury has transmitted to you from time to time in M. S. and print the sheets of a work of...
25 July 1809, London. Joy believes his gadfly efforts have been partially successful and thinks...
It cannot have escaped you that there is in this generation an anomalous Character, created by...
§ From George Joy. 20 April 1806, London. “I hand you herein the report of a decision lately made...
10 June 1809, London. Joy is upset over Canning’s handling of the Erskine affair. Expresses his...
I have already sent you original and duplicate of the enclosed; and I am sorry to say that my...
There is one subject on which I ought to address a separate line to you; and I am glad of the...
"There is no knowing who will be Governor till after Election," as they say in New England; and...
I did not intend troubling you with triplica⟨tes⟩ of these sheets but finding that the Orbit is...
9 September 1809, Harwich, England. Discusses British attempt to blockade the entire French coast...
Above is Copy of a Letter sent you Pr Science via, New York with an Extract from one of the...
Finding the Sally is detained at Liverpool for Mr. Bowdoin’s family, I now cover Copy of my Last...
I have now seen the letter from Mr. Percival which I mentioned to you in the Postscript to Dupl :...
Enclosing lest you should not have recd it before the decision of Judge Mackintosh; I am, Dr Sir,...
2 September 1810, Gothenburg. Resumes the discussion of subjects raised in his last letter, in...
19 December 1810, Copenhagen. “I am yet unadvised of the fate of my Letters that were put on...
§ From George Joy. 31 December 1805, London. “I wrote you on the 26 July to which I have yet recd...
I filled a sheet for you Pr Snake Sloop Packett on the 13th: and I have great mind to confine all...
The above is copied from the Times 1 and more in detail than the announcement in the Sunday Times...
This unfortunate and damnable rencontre of the Leopard & Chesapeake following close upon the...
The reasons assigned in your favor of the 12th. June for displacing Mr. Williams, abstractedly...
16 November 1810, Copenhagen. Informs JM he has credible information that some of his letters...
I wrote you on the 16th. instant, 1st. and 2nd. Via: Liverpool, to the care of Mr. Maury, 3rd....
Here is another Change in the face of Europe. In Spain "Where slept the Embers of her wonted...
29 May 1809, London. Repeats a rumor [mentioned in a postscript to a 24 May letter to JM ] that...
I have yet to thank you for your favor of the 17th. May 1792 wch. Mr: Pinckney was so good to...
28 April 1810, Copenhagen. The French minister at Copenhagen, Didelot, gave Joy the enclosed...
Having a Copy of the Letter from the Danish Chancery to the Admiralty enclosed in my Letter to...
8 October 1810, Gothenburg. Continues “the thread of my discourse of yesterday.” Stresses the...
I have not seen Mr: Rush since the Packet Liverpool was a missing Ship; but Mr: Maury whom I met...
It would be grateful to me to hear more from you than falls to my lot in these latter days. My...
§ From George Joy. 15 January 1806, London. “I hand you Copy of my dispatches ⅌ packet, except...
I have just parted from Mr. Walker of Birmingham whom you will find mentioned in the Chronicle of...