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Examination of the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, between the United States and Great-Britain, in several numbers: by Cato [pseud.]

Main Author: Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813
Language(s): English
Published: [New York] Re-published, from the Argus, by Thomas Greenleaf, 1795
Subjects: Great Britain. > Treaties, etc. > United States, > 1794 Nov. 19 > Early works to 1800
United States > Foreign relations > 1789-1809 > Early works to 1800.
Great Britain > Foreign relations > United States > Early works to 1800.
United States > Foreign relations > Great Britain > Early works to 1800.
Note: "The authorship of this pamphlet has been ascribed to Hamilton, and to William Smith; but in a letter to James Monroe, Mr. Livingston states that he has replied to Camillus 'over my old signature--Cato'."--P.L. Ford, Bibliotheca Hamiltoniana, 1886, p. 47
Also published in the American remembrancer, Philadelphia, 1795-1796 under title: Observations on Mr. Jay's treaty
Physical Description: 96 p. 20 cm
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