Britain has also signed separate agreements with France and Spain and (provisionally) with the Netherlands.  In the treaty with Spain, the regions of East and West Florida were ceded to Spain (without a clear northern border, which gave rise to a territorial dispute settled by the Treaty of Madrid of 1795). Spain also received the island of Menorca; The Bahama Islands, Grenada and Montserrat, conquered by the French and Spanish, were returned to Britain. The contract with France focused on the exchange of conquered territory (France`s only net profits were the island of Tobago and Senegal in Africa), but it also strengthened previous contracts guaranteeing fishing rights off Newfoundland. The Dutch possessions in eastern India, conquered in 1781, were returned to the Netherlands by Britain in exchange for trade privileges in eastern Dutch India by a contract concluded only in 1784.  The Treaty of Paris, signed in Paris on September 3, 1783 by representatives of King George III of Great Britain and representatives of the United States of America, officially ended the American War of Independence. The treaty set the boundaries between the British Empire in North America and the United States of America, on “extremely generous” lines with the latter.  Details included fishing rights and the restoration of property and prisoners of war. The Ashandarei forged by the force of Mat is a long spear wavy in black with a “sword blade” two feet long instead of a spear point, slightly curved and snowy.”  The blade is adorned with two crows, and the stem has an inscription written in the Old Language, in which Mat is now completely fluid. The inscription, translated, is as follows: this treaty and the separate peace agreements between Britain and the nations that supported the American cause – France, Spain and the Dutch Republic – are known together as the Peace of Paris.   Only Article I of the Treaty, which recognizes the existence of the United States as a free, sovereign and independent state, remains in force.
 It turned out that the actual geography of North America did not match the details used in the treaty. The treaty established a southern border for the United States, but the separate Anglo-Spanish agreement did not set a northern border for Florida, and the Spanish government assumed that the border was the same as in the 1763 agreement, by which they had first handed over their territory in Florida to Britain.