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8 March 1809, London. He has written Lord Grenville regarding inconsistencies in the...
11 March 1809, London. Reports that at least eight ships from America have recently arrived in a...
24 May 1809, London. Reports varied reactions from members of the American community in London to...
29 May 1809, London. Repeats a rumor [mentioned in a postscript to a 24 May letter to JM ] that...
31 May 1809, London. Has read the parliamentary debates on the Erskine agreement, which “are best...
10 June 1809, London. Joy is upset over Canning’s handling of the Erskine affair. Expresses his...
27 June 1809, London. Appointed the American consul in Rotterdam, Joy has not taken his post. He...
15 July 1809, London. Encloses copies of his letters to a Colonel Walker and the duke of...
25 July 1809, London. Joy believes his gadfly efforts have been partially successful and thinks...
3 August 1809, London. Encloses draft of a memorial to the king of Denmark and Norway protesting...