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        The case of George Joy and his 127 letters to JM offers a special problem in editorial discretion. Born in Massachusetts to a prominent merchant in the British colonial service, Joy was a young man when the Revolution broke out in Boston. While he did not share his father’s Loyalism, he and the entire family fled the upheaval, first visiting British-occupied New York (where George apparently...