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Only Sweden (1783) and Prussia (1785) made treaties guaranteeing reciprocal commercial privileges.

The United States Congress answered the petitions of these groups for urgent attention, by making the Tariff of 1789 the first major bill to be considered in its first session and passed.Spain demanded, as the price for reciprocal trading relations, a surrender by the United States for 25 years the right of navigating the Mississippi, a price that the New England merchants would have been glad to pay.France (1778) and the Netherlands (1782) made treaties but not on even terms; Portugal refused all advances.Another factor which made the situation even more distressing was the British Navigation Acts.The only clause in the treaty of peace (1783) concerning commerce was a stipulation guaranteeing that the navigation of the Mississippi would be forever free to the United States.

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