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.... And yet, by early 1778, the government of Queen Maria I was exhibiting restlessness against the longstanding commercial entente with England. Rumors were afloat that the Portuguese court would soon attune its commercial policy with that of the United States and France (
On this day the United States and France exchanged the official ratifications of the Treaties of Amity and Commerce and Alliance. The resolution was probably adopted by the congress on 4 May, immediately after it had completed its ratification of the treaties. Congress, after thanking Louis...
The two articles of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce that the United States and France had agreed to drop.
The translator’s “U States” is clearly a misreading of “Etats respectifs,” that is, the United States and France.
6thly. That it will secure the Fisheries to the United States and France their Ally to the total exclusion Of Great britain.
, that Britain by so doing would break the peace and hence reactivate the defensive alliance between the United States and France (for which see
Incorrect in the sense that Arts. 11 and 12, which the United States and France had agreed to remove from the treaty, had been eliminated from the text of the treaty then in use in America. Thus, Lovell is referring to Art. 17 of the treaty as ratified (and to Art. 11...
The legislature of Virginia in June 1779 ratified the treaties of alliance and commerce between the United States and France (
between these United States and France, and being particularly attentive to the ninth, tenth and seventeenth articles of our treaty of Amity and Commerce with France numbered as they were finally ratified.
...Portsmouth, had refused to pay the tax levied by the town upon his wares on the ground that he was exempt under the terms of the Treaty of Amity and Commerce concluded between the United States and France on 6 February 1778. Unable to contravert de La Tour’s argument, especially since it had the support of the French minister, the town officials appealed to the legislature, and it, via...