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Treaty of Amity and Commerce


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Amity and Commerce, Treaty of

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Ethiopia and Great Britain, signed at Angollah, 16 November 1841

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Austria and Mexico, signed at London, 30 July 1842

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Persia and Spain, signed at Constantinople, 4 March 1842

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Ecuador and France, signed at Quito, 6 June 1843

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Paraguay and Sardinia, signed at Asunción, 4 March 1853

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Great Britain and Savoy, signed at Florence, 19 September 1669

Treaty of Amity, Navigation and Commerce between Peru and Sardinia, signed at Turin, 14 June 1853

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Japan and Spain, signed at Madrid, 15 May 1911

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between France and Persia, signed at Versailles, 13 August 1715

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Spain and Morocco, signed at Aranjuez, 30 May 1780

Treaty of Peace, Amity and Commerce between Spain and Tunis, signed January 1791

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Mexico and Turkey, signed at Constantinople, 6 May 1866

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Belgium and Japan, signed at Yedo, 1 August 1866

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between France and Madagascar, signed at Tananarive, 12 September 1862

Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Italy and Persia, signed at Teheran, 29 September 1862

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Belgium and Hawaii, signed at Brussels, 14 October 1862

Treaty of Amity, Establishment and Commerce between Belgium and Switzerland, signed at Berne, 11 December 1862

Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Denmark and Venezuela, signed at Caracas, 19 December 1862

 

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A document signed by Benjamin Franklin and the French foreign minister, on February 6, 1778, during the Revolutionary War. It was used by France to weaken Britain by giving America special trading privileges and recognition as a country.

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