The Treaty of Paris was signed in the Hotel d'York in Paris. On May 12, 1784 the treaty was signed by representatives of the United States and Great Britain, and it ended the Revolutionary War.
The treaty was signed by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin and John Jay. Three other treaties were also signed in Paris at this time. They included treaties between the United States and France, Spain and the Dutch Republic. These four treaties increased the boundaries of the United States, but the increased boundaries did not include the area around Quebec, Canada, in spite of Franklin's attempt to have it included.