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This is a reference to Article 11 of the Treaty of Alliance between the United States and France, signed on February 6, 1778. See
For the Treaty of Alliance and the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and France (1778), see
, 2:636), stating that he had again raised these questions with the French, had been rebuffed, and had dropped the issue lest it lead to estrangement between the United States and France, and because he did not wish to give Joseph Bonaparte, a supporter of the United States, a reason to withdraw that support. He said he appended a letter showing Joseph’s view of the matter and he rejected...
. Enclosure: Barlow to Abraham Baldwin, Paris, 4 Mch. 1798, a treatise on worsening relations between the United States and France, attributing the deterioration to American measures that included the appointment of Gouverneur Morris as minister to France, the Jay Treaty, the recall of James Monroe, and the sending to France of Pinckney (whose return there after the...
An article in each of those pacts guaranteed the free passage of ships and protected the cargoes of neutral vessels. Those provisions appeared also in a treaty between Russia and Sweden in March 1801. The convention between the United States and France included similar guarantees, Article 14 declaring “that free ships shall give a freedom to goods” (
received eight hundred thousand francs and agreed to abandon any further claims. For the text of the Convention between the United States and France, July 4, 1831, see
Observations on the Dispute between the United States and France
, 5:118–19; “Statement Showing the Payments of Awards of the Commissioners Appointed under the Conventions between the United States and France …,”
, 26:68–71). For the Treaty of Amity and Commerce between the United States and France, see
For a brief account of the immediate background of this general code of regulations affecting trade between the United States and France, see