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By Princeton University
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The United States concluded a treaty of peace and commerce with the Peru-Bolivian Confederation in 1836. A claims convention was concluded in 1841 with Peru, by which Peru agreed to pay $300,000 indemnity to United States citizens. A commercial treaty was concluded in 1851. A convention relative to the rights of neutrals at sea was concluded in 1856. Claims conventions were concluded in 1862, 1863 and 1868. A commercial treaty was concluded in 1870, and an extradition treaty the same year. A commercial treaty was concluded in 1887.
By John Franklin Jameson