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and France. -Perceives that peace and amicable intercourse

is the interest of both countries.-Thinks paft enmity not an

unsurmountable bar to permanent reconciliation.Projects a

commercial intercourse, to be mutually beneficial by a reci-

procal exchange of surplus for supply. - Seeks the best aflift,

ance, and employs the most skilful agents. - Principle and

details of the treaty.Meeting of parliament and the king's

Speech.---Treaty submitted to parliament.--Mr. Fox and

his co-adjutors oppose the treaty.- Arguments. - France the

unalterable enemy of Great Britain.-Mutual interest can

never eradicate that sentiment.-- Every commercial connec-

tion with France has been injurious to Britain.-- For the


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