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...being appointed, on 1 Sept., vice-consul at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In 1787, he became French consul at Wilmington, North Carolina. During his years in America, Ducher wrote influential reports about commercial matters relating to the United States and France.
X What is the effect of a Guarantee such as that to be found in the Treaty of Alliance between the United States and France?
What is the effect of a Guarantee such as that to be found in the Treaty of Alliance between the United States and France?
...armed with eight cannon and manned by at least twenty men, had stayed in New York harbor too long to be considered a distressed vessel under Articles 17 and 22 of the 1778 treaty of amity and commerce between the United States and France, which effectively closed American ports to privateers of nations at war with France except under strictly defined conditions of distress (
Washington is referring to Article 23 (originally 25) of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce concluded between the United States and France on February 6, 1778 (This guarantee was included in Article 11 of the Treaty of Alliance between the United States and France, which was signed at Paris on February 6, 1778 (
By the last Post I was honoured with your “observations on the dispute between the United States and France” and for your polite attention in sending them to me I pray you to accept my best acknowledgments.Observations on the Dispute between the United States and France.
...the Cincinati of the state of South Carolina respe[c]ting the propriety of altering the Ribband to which the badge of the Society was directed by the constitution to be appendant, as indicative of the union, between the United States and France, and have transmitted it to the Secretary General, to be laid before the Society at the next general meeting of its Delegates.