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Chapter 20: Great Britain Makes war on the Netherlands. 1780-1781. the successor of Lord Weymouth
irty years ago, to dictate laws of navigation to Great Britain.
And Lord Camden condemned the declaration of t light that Bernstorff in a separate treaty with Great Britain had compromised the rule on contraband, the mini which the empress of Russia had promulgated; yet Great Britain, which had met
1780. them without a protest or republic had no part to choose but submission to Great Britain or an association with Russia.
The draft of the mned the conduct of Amsterdam for the acts which Great Britain resented, and resolved to give to the British go and was designed to conceal the real motives of Great Britain under a cloud of obloquy relating to Amsterdam, offer resistance, ignorant of a rupture between Great Britain and the republic, the governor surrendered his p lon,—were all of them most desirable objects for Great Britain.
The Dutch republic was relatively weak; yet,