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Which list summarizes the terms of the 1783 Treaty of Paris?

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  1. anonymous
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    Britain recognizes the U.S. as independent; U.S. territory is outlined; British troops will remain in the U.S.; U.S. agrees not to fish off Canadian waters; Britain can collect all debts; property will not be returned to loyalists. Britain recognizes the U.S. as independent; U.S. territory is outlined; British troops will leave the U.S.; U.S. fishing to be allowed off Canadian waters; Britain will cancel all debts; property will be returned to loyalists. Britain recognizes the U.S. as independent; U.S. territory is outlined; British troops will leave the U.S.; U.S. fishing to be allowed off Canadian waters; Britain can collect all debts; property will be returned to loyalists. Britain recognizes the U.S. as independent; U.S. territory is outlined; British troops will remain in the U.S.; U.S. agrees not to fish off Canadian waters; Britain will cancel all debts; property will not be returned to loyalists.

  2. anonymous
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    ¿alguien puede ayudarme:)

  3. anonymous
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    can anyone help:)

  4. AG23
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    Recognizing the 13 colonies as free and sovereign States. [Article 1] [1]; . Establishing the boundaries between the United States and British North America. [Article 2]; Granting fishing rights to United States fishermen in the Grand Banks, off the coast of Newfoundland and in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.[Article 3]; Recognizing the lawful contracted debts to be paid to creditors on either side. [Article 4]; The Congress of the Confederation will "earnestly recommend" to state legislatures to recognize the rightful owners of all confiscated lands "provide for the restitution of all estates,rights, and properties, which have been confiscated belonging to real British subjects [Loyalists]". [never implemented, [Article 5]; United States will prevent future confiscations of the property of Loyalists. [Article 6]; Prisoners of war on both sides are to be released and all property left by the British army in the United States unmolested (including slaves). [Article 7]; Great Britain and the United States were each to be given perpetual access to the Mississippi River. [Article 8]; Territories captured by Americans subsequent to treaty will be returned without compensation. [Article 9]; Ratification of the treaty was to occur within six months from the signing by the contracting parties. [Article

  5. anonymous
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    gracias, usted es muy útil:)

  6. AG23
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    denada

  7. AG23
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    y gracias

  8. anonymous
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    yo todavía no lo entiendo:)

  9. AG23
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    yo no soy muy inteligente

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