The Duke of Wellington and the Peage Negotiations at Ghent in 1814

@article{MillsTheDO,
  title={The Duke of Wellington and the Peage Negotiations at Ghent in 1814},
  author={Dudley Mills},
  journal={The Canadian Historical Review},
  volume={2},
  pages={19 - 32}
}
for another eight months, because Great Britain felt strong and angry and wanted revenge. The British policy of April, 1814, was "to give Jonathan a good drubbing ".• Such a policy was naturally popular in England. In June, 1812, the United States had declared war on Great Britain under the impression that Napoleon was winning. Madison admitted in later years that he had put his money on the wrong horse. To the Americans British maritime claims were offensive, British diplomacy irritating… Expand