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Page 367 - It is agreed that creditors on either side shall meet with no lawful impediment to the recovery of the full value in sterling money, of all bona fide debts heretofore contracted.
Page 93 - Britannic Majesty to receive the same ; the first of the said instalments to be paid at the expiration of one year, the second instalment at the expiration of two years, and the third and last instalment at the expiration of three years next following the exchange of the ratifications of this convention. And to prevent any disagreement concerning the rate of exchanges, the said payments shall be made in the money of the said United States, reckoning four dollars and forty-four cents to be equal to...
Page 975 - To all to whom these presents shall come, I, Thomas Paine, send greeting : " Whereas, His Most Excellent Majesty, King George the Third, by his letters patent under the Great Seal of Great Britain, bearing date the 26th day of August, in...
Page 367 - In satisfaction and discharge of the money which the United States might have been liable to pay in pursuance of the provisions of the...
Page 577 - ... idol. Is there a Frenchman whose blood does not chill with horror at the recital of such a fact. Surely the manes of these murdered unoffending people must be now hovering round the seat of government...
Page 575 - ... reasons cannot be here inserted ; on his arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that something must be done to remedy the evil, and that the destruction of the sick at...
Page 93 - States, that creditors on either side should meet with no lawful impediment to the recovery of the full value in sterling money of all bona fide debts theretofore contracted...
Page 189 - Rosea in the island of Dominica, and in the port of Nassau in the island of New Providence, one of the Bahama islands, under certain regulations and restrictions...
Page 367 - Instalment at the Expiration of two Years; and the third and last Instalment at the Expiration of three Years next following the Exchange of the Ratifications of this Convention.