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GREAT BRITAIN, 1871. 355 otiieers, have declared their renunciation of naturalization, with the dates and places of making such declarations, and such infomation as to the abode of the declarants, and the times and places of their naturalization, as they may have furnished. Anericnn III. The present convention shall be ratilied b the President of the · · United States. by and with the advice and consegt of the Senate thereof, Rtmmmoml and by Her Britanuic Majesty, and the ratiiications shall be exchanged at Washington as soon as may be convenient. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the $*8¤¤*¤¤‘°¤· same, and have anixed thereto their respective seals. Done at Washington the twenty-third day of February, in the year D“°· of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven ty-one. ]SEAL.] HAMILTON FISH. SEAL. EDWD. THORNTON. ANNE:: A. I, A. B., of [insert abode], being originally a citizen of the United. Fei-m ofdeclara· States of America, [or aBr1tish subject,] and having become natural- *S°¤ °f *'°¤°”9i°· ized within the domiuions of Her Britannic Majesty as a British sub- °f "“°“°°1"°` ject-, [or as a citizen within the United States of America,] do hereby renounce my naturalization as a British subject, [or citizen of the United States,] and declare that it is my desire to resume my nationality as a citizen of the United States, [or British subject.] (Signed) A. B. Made and subscribed to before me, ----, in [insert country or other subdivision, and State, province, colony, legation, or consulate,] this
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(Signed) E. F., Justice of the Peacc,I]or other title.] [sur,. HAMIL ON FISH. [SEAL.] EDWD. THORNTON. GREAT BRITAIN, 1871. TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HER BRI- May 8, 1871. TANNIC MAJESTY FOR AN AMICABLE SETTLEMENT OF ALL CAUSES OF —¥— DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES, CONCLUDED AT WASH- INGTON MAY S, 1871; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE MAY 24, 1871; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT MAY 25,1:371; RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT LONDON JUNE 11, nm; PROCLAIMED JULY 4, 1871. The United States of America and Her Britannic Majesty, being de- _Cc¤trs<=ti¤g pursirous to provide for an amicable settlement of all causes of diiierence *'°°· between the two countries, have for that purpose appointed their respective Plenipotentiaries, that is to say: The President of the United Nwtinmrm States has appointed on the part of the United States, as Commissioners in a Joint High Commission and Plenipotentiaries, H3m1lIOD Fish, Secretary of State; Robert Cumming Schenck,Euvoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Great Britain ; Samuel Nelson, an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States ;_ Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, of Massachusetts; and George Henry Williams, of Oregon ; and Her Britaunic Majesty, on her part, has appointed as her High Commissioners and Plenipotentiaries, the Right Honourable George Frederick Samuel, Earl dc Grey and Earl of Ripon, Viscount