Joy makes recommendation to Knox

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Date May 20, 1790
Author Name George Joy (primary) Location: New York
Recipient Name Henry Knox (primary) Location: War Office
Summary Letter, recommends applicant for command of a Cutter.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
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Related Persons/Groups Henry Knox; George Joy; Hamilton; Capt. John Williams; ;
Related Places War Office; New York; Boston; ;
Keywords informs me you will most probably be consulted; applying to you in the business; taken the liberty to advise him to cover such letters of recommndation as he may judge necessary to you; trade; eligible occupation for a peron; accustomed to the command of a ship of war; principles of honor; unblemished reputation in the public service give claim to offices of public; no man will better deserve our patronage; such characters have a preference with the president; as the applicant for the command of a revenue Cutter; have had the honor of calling on you sundry times without being so fortunate as to meet you; ;
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