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    IT was to have been foreseen, that the treaty which Mr. Jay was charged to negociate with Great...
    Previous to a more particular discussion of the merits of the Treaty, it may be useful to advert...
    The opposers of the Treaty seem to have put invention on the rack, to accumulate charges against...
    An accurate enumeration of the breaches of the Treaty of peace on our part would require a...
    The discussion in the two last numbers has shewn if I mistake not, that this Country by no means...
    There is one more objection to the Treaty for what it does not do, which requires to be noticed....
    The Second Article of the Treaty stipulates that his Britannic Majesty will withdraw all his...
    One of the particulars in which our Envoy is alleged to have fallen short of what might and ought...
    It was my intention to have comprised in two numbers the examination of the second article; but...
    The object of the third article is connected with that of the second. The surrender of the posts...