1802 Substance of the Speech Delivered by Lord Grenville in the House of Lords November 13 1801 on the Motion for an Address Approving of the Convention with Russia
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This speech, given by Lord Grenville, speaks out against the St Petersburg Convention.
Despite his disagreement, Grenville worked hard to hold allied coalitions and worked on a complex alliance between Russia and Austria.
The treaty Grenville refers to was signed in St Petersburg on the 17th June in 1801 and is the agreement on the principles of free navigation for neutral states and freedom of trade. Grenville disagreed with this because of the adverse effects it could have on Britain. Grenville wished to 'confirm and strengthen the dispositions of friendship, between those to whom Europe still looks for its preservation, and may stifle the seeds of every possible
To the rear is the treaties Grenville refers to in his speech.
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