Peking French-Chinese Treaty of 1860

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Peking French-Chinese Treaty of 1860

 

a treaty forced upon China by France after China’s defeat in the Opium War of 1856–60; signed in Peking on Oct. 25, 1860.

Under the Peking French-Chinese Treaty, France obtained the same rights and indemnity as did Great Britain under the Peking Anglo-Chinese Treaty of 1860. The treaty also provided for the return of property that had been lost by missionaries and established a guarantee of payment of the indemnity from the customs income of China.

REFERENCE

Mayers, W. F. Treaties Between the Empire of China and Foreign Powers. Shanghai, 1897.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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