es on the question — the action of England and France in regard to the treaty of Paris.--the Final Anvention standing alone might bind England and France to pursue and punish the privateers of the Souese people as we choose, and they (England and France) could only express their regrets on the scoreion, unless we intended that they (England and France) shall be made parties to our controversy, and them with moderation and candor.
In 1856 France, Great Britain, Russia, Prussia, Sardinia, andnd eternal in its application and obligation.
France especially invited the United States to accedeualifying article, limiting the obligations of France to the United States to a narrower range than ty towards the United States.
I know that France is a friend, and means to be just and equal tothe unqualified execution of the Convention by France, then the fault clearly must be inherent in th parties to it have acceded.
We know that France has a high and generous ambition.
We shall wa