The Official Correspondence Relative to the Negotiation for Peace, Between Great Britain and the French Republick, as Laid Before Both Houses of Parliament

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J. Wright, 1797 - France - 124 pages
 

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Page 61 - ... each other whenever they think fit. You will further remark, that even if, contrary to all reafon, fuch a principle could for a moment have been admitted on our part...
Page 35 - And fureties ihall be reciprocally given for the payment of the debts which the prifoners may have contracted in the countries where they may have been detained, until their entire releafe.
Page 96 - I received only the Repetition of a Demand, which had been already fatisfied Two Months ago ; I certainly could not think this a good Omen. If it did not bode an immediate Rupture of the Treaty, it affuredly did not announce a near and fuccefsful Termination of it.
Page 35 - Majesty, and bring away their effects, as well as their persons, without being restrained in their emigration, under any pretence whatsoever except that of debts or of criminal prosecutions : the term limited for this emigration shall be fixed to the space of eighteen months, to be computed from the day of the exchange of the ratifications of the present treaty.
Page 38 - Channel and the North Seas, as far as the Canary Islands inclusively, whether in the Ocean or in the Mediterranean ; two months from the said Canary Islands...
Page 34 - There fhall be a general oblivion and amnefty of every thing which may have been done or committed before or fince the commencement of the war which is juft ended.
Page 24 - ... appear to prove that this juft demand had not been overlooked by them, and was not left unfatisfied by us. I told him fairly, I did not fee where this equivalent was to be found, or how it could be appreciated ; and that confidering the great advantages France had already obtained by the...
Page 33 - King, have named and conftituted for their plenipotentiaries, charged with the concluding and figning of the definitive treaty of peace, viz. the King of Great Britain, the moft...
Page 35 - Paris of 1763 ; ferve as a bafis and foundation to the peace, and to the prefent treaty ; and for this purpofe, they are all renewed and confirmed in the beft form, as well as all the treaties in general which...
Page 108 - ... to the two nations, than it would be flattering to the minifters charged with the conduct of them. The French government is fo far from entertaining the intentions which the note of Lord...

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