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had his first conference with William Pitt the following day, when he
presented his proposals for settling the issues that remained outstanding between
States and Great Britain: the British army's occupation of the forts in the Northwest,
British trade restrictions, compensation for slaves carried off by the British army
the war, and American debts due to British creditors. But he made no more progress
prime minister in August than he had in June and July with the foreign secretary,
Carmarthen, and these issues remained unresolved until the Jay Treaty of 1794 (see
to John Jay, 25 Aug., PCC
84, V, f. 605–619, printed in Dipl. Corr., 1783–1789
, 2:455–462; JA, Diary and Autobiography
3:181–182, note 1
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