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852 mnnx ro Ponmo TREATIES. Pug Page. Great Bri1ah1—Continued. G¤¤l07¤¢'Y¤» , With " definition," to be a perpetual Treaty of peace, Hlllllyt Climrecerd of agreement .. 370 mcrce, und nanvigutnonrx nw Definition of the boundary-line .. 371 March 3, ISQS) . . 548-:)*:5 Protocol, June 7, 1873 372 1. Peace and friendship .. r. 54: Reference to Article XXXIII, treaty of 2. Favors granted to other nations to be- A 1871 .. . . . . 372 comecommon 913 Reference to the legislation of the two 372 3. (1§reedomot'c(;»mmerce aind navigation. gl; countries .. . . . .. .. oas mg- ra e reserve ..1 _ .. I Declaration as to the time when Arti— 4. Importations and exportatious ll] ves- _ cles XVIII to XXV, and Article sels of either nation .. , ... 319 XXX, of the treaty of 1871, will go Equality of duties .. 3:9 into effect ,..,., , ,,,,,,,,. . , -. 372 Bounties and drawbacks ,,,,,, , .,.,, 379 Greece 5. Duties on products of either country. 379 arréaty of commerce and nnvi, Prohibitions to be general ... ga"`)", December 10,22, l 6. Management of business, &c_ 319 I S37 ____ ____ ________ __ ________ 373,377 1 7. No embargo without indemnification. { I 1. Freedom of navigation and commerce. 373 8- Qs3mm tv v•=¤e¤1¤ Bmking ’°f“g9 Rights of residents in either country. 373 i 9- U¤I)tm”°¤ by Pirates to be Ycstom ·· · ‘ 2_ VEB8B1S of Cach pany on most favored 9 10. Assistance in case of shipwreck .. 380 footing ____ _ ____ ______ ____ ______373’m'4 Q 11, Disposal gud inheritance of persona,] 380 3. Importatious in vessels of either na- { PFOPQYW -·---·--·----·-----··---- tion ________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ______________ 374 Succession to persona] ggmtgg _ T _ _ ____ 380 Equality of duties and charges .. . 374 Dumas Sami') Fs P”·5’**m° L'? 9*m"€¤·_·- 380 4. Exportations in vessels of either na- 1 R6;})€¤{T&_°» tum 8H0W6d b°“’° f°*` 9* 380 f ... . . 374 B8 ··-··- - -·---·--·-----·---- Eqeighty of duties and chm-ge, ______ 374 t 12. Protection to persons and property of 5. Ccnsting-trade reserved .. ... 374 5 ¤‘¢¤¤d€¤*§ ---· ;- ---------·-·-·- 389 6_ No prgfgrggggg in jmpgrtgtjgug ____ ___ 374 4 Access to _]ud1c1altr1bunals . . 380 7. Tonnage duties . .374 Emplvyment of advocates, dw .. . 380 8. Prohibitions to be general.. .374, 375 Presence Bb trials ..- .. .. 381 9- Privikges <>f transit-- .--- ---.-- - 375 i 13- §‘E°';1*gYf°£ <=<z¤?<>1¤¤¤¤ -·-- - ---------- Drawbacks and bounties .. . . 375 [ lg 0 umn .. ... ]_0_ Vgggglg tonqhip gt, pong ____ __ _ _____ 375 I4. Neutralirade in time of war- ____ _ ____ 38], Regulation to he observed . . an 1 Frm ships make fm g<><>d¤ ·----- 381 11. Vessels unloading parts of cargo . 375 = N€¤'¤'¤h¢Y €‘Xt€¤d€d to P°Y¤°¤¤ -··---· 381 Whgig duties pgygb]0 ______ _ _ ________ 315 I I5. Neutral property gu gggmyg veSgg]__ _ _ 381 12. Consular 0mcers,appointmeut of. 376 · 16· Contmband articles .. .. . 382 Rights gud privileges ____ _ ___________ 376 17. gogds not corm;·3,l1;;;,y5d ______ _ ________ M b ted f] t' f e`uitiouo oc 3 g ____ ____ _______ zlgwgé ____ _Ilf)_?_{?_?_ 376 18. Coniiscation of contraband goods 382 Their exequaturs may be withdrawn. 376 19. Blockaded ports, regulations at .. 382 Ayghivgg to bg igviglgblo ______ _ _____ 376 20. Regulation of visits at gel ____ _ _____ 383 Settlement of disputes between mas- ‘ 21. Ship’s papers in case of war . . 383 ters of geese}; and their crews. 376 ¥0§¤0}¤ ¤¤<}¢1` Ggpigqy ---- ----- · - - - gd { A t. 5;* S ____ _ _____ _____ 376 ‘. mze causes a Ju ica iono . 13. Rhclamgtion of dgsenfers .. . . 376 24. Letters of m7arque not to be accepted. 384 14. Assistance in case of shipwreck .. 376 25. Agreement in case of war between/the S 1 .. . ... . . 376 panes- 15. Qtiiavrarigstine . . .,... . . 377 Time allowed merchants to remove .. 384 16. Blockaded rts .. . . 377 · Safe·conduct to be furnished them .. . 384 17. Duration omreaty .. . ... 377 26 Other citizens may remain ..., . . . 1g_ R micmom, ______ _ _____ _ _______ 3"'7 . Debts &c· not to be cvniscawi ----- Grcmlanda I 27. Envoys, ministers, &o .,,.,,..,,,,,,. 384 Treaty stipulations not applicable to- 28* gg;?;l;s22Sv;g%";‘;;*:;*£t·dl;é ······ · · x k ... . E . ········ G, lzenmm ’ 1826 618 29. Immunities ot consular officers ... 38§ um;?! 00, I f _ _ t & 30. Reclamation of deserters from vessels. 38i) gfuu » 9 ?_?§““l°“B» wvarmgu Yr ***502 203 y 31. Consular convention to be formed 385 Of ‘Z€3‘€;l·»y‘:r‘a2:sses>aaass·ea‘at- ’ 1 32-}3,1;:·,:;;·.;§;r;s;;.ri; ···--· · ·----·· 332 canal-Re r' l dd l t'""-itu--_"" 386 crm Britain, ism . . . . ... 323 P ‘?” “ “¥‘ °° ’"“ ‘°“? ° “'” ···· Of neutrality of Isthmus of Panama- TN;-sgi; with wher ummm not af 386 N°wGr3Dada,1846_______________ ____ Ratihcatigéé-l-.-t-`H----'------:`. 386 Ofsovereignty and property of New _ '`’’ Granada in Isthmus of Panama 558 i Of an interoceanic railway- * H. Honduras, 1864 . . . 430 i Hanover, When guaranty may be withdrawn 431 Treaty of 00mm6U0c and DaVi- Of an interoceanic route- gation, May 20, 1840. 387-391 Nicaragua, 1867 .. . . ... 570 1. Freedom of commerce and navigation . 387 When guaranty may be withdrawn 571 Privileges of residents in either coun- Of protection to road across the Isthmus try ,..,...,.,...,,, .,,. ,__.,,,,,, 387 of Tehuantepec— Management of business, &c. ... . 387 M¤X1¢0, 1853 - ·-·--- · -·-·. 506 Access to judicial tribunals. . . . . . 388