For Anglo-American settlers, the treaty was a theoretical success. By confirming the conquest of Canada and extending British property to Mississippi, the settlers no longer had to worry about the risk of French invasion. For the American Indians in the border region, the treaty proved disastrous. They could no longer pursue a largely effective strategy to turn the French and British against each other in order to gain the most favourable conditions of the Alliance and preserve their country from the intervention of Anglo-American settlers. During the talks, Franklin called for Britain to hand Canada over to the United States. That did not happen, but America got enough new territory south of the Canadian border to double its size. The United States has also successfully negotiated important fishing rights in Canadian waters and has agreed, among other things, not to prevent U.K. creditors from recovering debt debts. Two months later, the most important details had been drawn up, and on 30 Nov. 1782 the United States and Great Britain signed the draft articles of the treaty. France signed its own interim peace agreement with Great Britain on 20 January 1783 and in September of that year the final treaty was signed by the three nations and Spain.
The Treaty of Paris was ratified by the Continental Congress on January 14, 1784. On August 5, 1963, representatives of the United States, the Soviet Union and Great Britain signed the treaty prohibiting the testing of nens born in space, underwater or in the atmosphere. The contract signed by President John F. Kennedy… Franklin revealed the Anglo-American agreement to Vergennes, which opposed the manner in which it was obtained, but was willing to accept the agreement in broader peace negotiations and agreed to provide the United States with another loan that Franklin had requested. When Spanish forces failed to conquer Gibraltar, Mr. Vergennes managed to convince the Spanish government to approve the peace. Negotiators abandoned a previous complex plan to redistribute undefeated colonies into a colony that largely preserves the existing territorial benefits of Spain and France. In North America, Spain received Florida, which it had lost during the 7-year war. Spanish, French, British and American representatives signed a provisional peace treaty on 20 January 1783 that heralded the end of hostilities. The formal agreement was signed in Paris on September 3, 1783. The Congress of the American Confederation ratified the treaty on January 14.
Historians have often commented that the treaty is very generous with the United States with respect to the greatly expanded borders. Historians such as Alvord, Harlow and Ritcheson have pointed out that British generosity is based on a state vision of close economic relations between Britain and the United States. The concession of the vast trans-leaseaway region should facilitate the growth of the American population and create lucrative markets for British traders, without Britain inculling military or administrative costs.  The aim was to make the United States an important trading partner.