By Robert V. Remini
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The boundaries ran from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and from the forty-ﬁfth parallel in the south to Maine and the Great Lakes in the north. The treaty also called for the cessation of hostilities and the evacuation of British-held territory within the United States. In addition it provided ﬁshing rights for Americans, and that the rights and property of loyalists would be restored. It was a very generous treaty as far as the former colonists were concerned. The French bitterly criticized it because they had not been consulted in arranging the terms.
More troubling, however, was the fact that it annulled the territorial claims of New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. At this juncture, in August 1774, Thomas Jefferson published a pamphlet titled A Summary View of the Rights of British America, in which he defended the Boston Tea Party as the action of a “desperate people” struggling to protect their basic rights as citizens. So powerful, so well crafted, and so direct were the arguments in this pamphlet that Jefferson overnight became the leading spokesman for colonial rights.
In need of money to pay his many debts, he agreed to turn over West Point, which he commanded, to the enemy. It turned out that he had been spying for General Clinton for the past year. The capture of Major John André, Independence and Nation Building 45 who carried messages between Clinton and Arnold, revealed the treason. Arnold ﬂed. He later became a British general and joined Lord Cornwallis, who had moved his army from the Carolinas into Virginia, where he took up a position at Yorktown. The urgent call to the French for help resulted in the arrival of 7,000 men aboard a ﬂeet of twenty warships commanded by Admiral François de Grasse.
A Short History of USA by Robert V. Remini