Maine

Author: Maine Historical Society
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 1371020892
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Autumn Leaves From Family Tree

Author: Theophilus F. (Theophilus Fr Rodenbough
Publisher: Wentworth Press
ISBN: 1360486119
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History Of America

Author: Justin Winsor
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
ISBN: 1235869822
Size: 19.22 MB
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 Excerpt: ...ministry, with the aid of Strachey and Fitzherbert, to obtain some modification in favor of the Tories, no disposition appears to sacrifice the interests of America to those of France and Spain, in the great features 'touched by Rayneval of the fisheries or the boundaries. Admitting the force of Lecky's suggestion that England would have had to pay the equivalent for any concessions made to her by France at the expense of America, there is room for the recognition in the new policy of the min istry of a larger statesmanship. Jay, who was not disposed to place too much confidence in any court, wrote, December 14th, to Livingston in regard to the disposition of the British ministry: "Although perhaps particular circumstances constrained them to yield us more than perhaps they wished, I still think they meant to make (what they thought would really be) a satisfactory peace with us." And later he said to Vaughan (March 26, 1783), "I have written to my countrymen that Lord Shelburne's system respecting them appeared to me to be liberal and conciliating;" and of Oswald he said, "He deserves well of his country, and posterity will not only approve, but commend his conduct." The enlightened opinion of the England of to-day rightly attributes the resistance of the American colonists to their devotion to English rights and English principles; and if Shelburne had accepted the overtures of Rayneval, and joined France and Spain in their scheme for dwarfing the boundaries of the republic and subjecting it to the balance of power system of Europe, the England of to-day would have condemned such an alliance for such a purpose--an alliance with princes of the house of Bourbon to restrict and control the American republic, and to subject ...