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1 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 30 March 1816 1816-03-30 There is a great dearth of news at this time from the U.S. and little doing here that has any...
2 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 9 January 1816 … 1816-01-09 § From George Joy. 9 January 1816, New England Coffee House London. “I have just heard of an...
3 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 6 January 1816 1816-01-06 I have sometimes been induced, after writing, to pass a Letter under your Eye. The enclosed...
4 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 6 October 1815 1815-10-06 The Manifold Writer, which I seldom use, except with the aid of another Machine called a Copyist,...
5 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 27 September 1815 1815-09-27 There is one subject on which I ought to address a separate line to you; and I am glad of the...
6 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 5 July 1815 1815-07-05 Contrary to the information of Mr Adams, the Neptune sailed on the 18th. Ult; and I shall send my...
7 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 17 June 1815 1815-06-17 I have just parted from Mr Adams with whom I have had a tête à tête of five hours; and as he...
8 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 12 May 1815 1815-05-12 I attended yesterday at the Court of Admiralty rather to hear what could be said than from any...
9 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 14 April 1815 1815-04-14 My last under date the 25th Ult. finished with a remark on the disadvantage of a premature...
10 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 25 March 1815 1815-03-25 Of all the Events of this eventful period in which our lot is cast, that which has recently taken...
11 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 23 February 1815 1815-02-23 The delay of Mr: Welles by contrary winds enables me to add to my Letter of the 19th four other...
12 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 19 February 1815 1815-02-19 I wrote you in great haste by Mr: Carroll, and cannot boast of much leisure on the present...
13 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 31 December 1814 1814-12-31 It is long since I had the honor of addressing you; much longer since I had that of receiving a...
14 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 21 September 1812 1812-09-21 Mr: Russell has sometimes said he wished I would give a lesson to some of my federal friends; and...
15 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 19 September 1812 1812-09-19 Mr. Maury has transmitted to Monroe M.S. copy of a peice that I had the good fortune to get into...
16 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 25 July 1812 1812-07-25 Mr. Russell being still absent; and having, in addition to the anxiety expressed in my last, a...
17 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 17 July 1812 1812-07-17 Leaving Town for a few days I sent to Lord Sidmouth the letter of which I take the liberty to...
18 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 23 June 1812 1812-06-23 I have yet received no appointment from Lord Sidmouth since I wrote you on the 20th. Instant. I...
19 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 20 June 1812 1812-06-20 I have just parted with Lord Sidmouth who after the recognition of a meeting some years ago, and...
20 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 19 June 1812 1812-06-19 Though the debates of last evening exhibiting the pitiful and undignified manner in which...
21 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 13 June 1812 1812-06-13 I have just parted from Mr. Walker of Birmingham whom you will find mentioned in the Chronicle of...
22 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 25 May 1812 1812-05-25 I had not long closed my letter of the 19th when I met Lieut: Brooks who informed me that he...
23 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 19 May 1812 1812-05-19 I wrote you on the 16th. instant, 1st. and 2nd. Via: Liverpool, to the care of Mr. Maury, 3rd....
24 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 16 May 1812 1812-05-16 Mr. Maury has transmitted to you from time to time in M. S. and print the sheets of a work of...
25 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 24 February 1812 1812-02-24 I have now seen the letter from Mr. Percival which I mentioned to you in the Postscript to Dupl :...
26 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 22 February 1812 1812-02-22 I did not intend troubling you with triplica⟨tes⟩ of these sheets but finding that the Orbit is...
27 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 15 February 1812 1812-02-15 The inclosed will shew you the cause and the sole cause, of my continuing ’till this time in...
28 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 8 January 1812 1812-01-08 If this should overtake, at Liverpool, my letter of yesterday, it will serve to correct an Error,...
29 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 7 January 1812 1812-01-07 As I am prevented proceeding to Liverpool to embark in this ship only by a doubt lately suggested...
30 Joy, George Madison, James To James Madison from George Joy, 14 November 1811 1811-11-14 The Constitution is at length arrived, and Mr: Russell informs me that she is to return to France...