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R E M AR KS
B E T W E EN
States - General.
By the AUTHOR of
To which are added,
The said BARRIER-TREATY,
with the Two Separate Articles ;
Price 6 d.
HEN I Published the Discourse called, The Conduct of the Allies,
I had Thoughts either of inserting or annesing the Barrier-Treaty at length, with such Observations, as I conceived might
be useful for publick Information : But that Discourse taking up more room than I designed, after my utmost Endeavours to abbreviate it, I contented my self only with making fome few Reflections upon that famous Treaty, sufficient, as I thought, to answer the Design of my Book. I have since heard that my Readers in general seemed to will, I had been more particular, and have discovered an Impatience to have that Treaty made publick, especially since it hath been laid before the House. of Commons.
That I may give some Light to the Reader, who is not well vers’d in these Affairs, he may please to know, that a Project for a Treaty of Barrior with the States, was transmitted hither from Holland; but being disapproved of by our Court in several Parts, a new Project, or Scheme of Treaty, was drawn up here, with many Additions A 2