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IOO4 AGREEMENT-EGYPT. Novmmmn 16, 1884. » An agreement between the United States of America and the Egyptian Government concerning commercial and customs regulations. Ooncluded at Cairo, November 16, 1884; ratification advised by the Senate, March 18, 1885; ratified by the President, May 7, 1885; proclaimed, May 7, 1885. BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. Preamble. Whereas an agreement between the United States of America and the Egyptian Government, was signed by their respective authorized agents, on the sixteenth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-tour, which agreement is word for wordias follows: Contracting par- The Undersigned, N. D. Comanos, Vice-Consul-General of the United

  • ¤¢¤· States of America in Egypt, and His Excellency Nubar Pasha, President of the Council of Ministers, Minister of Foreign Aiiairs and of Justice of the Government of His Highness the Khedive of Egypt, duly

authorized by their respective Governments, have held a conference this day on the subject of a Commercial Convention to be concluded between the Egyptian Government and the Foreign Powers, and have agreed to the iollowing: Egyptian cus- The Government of the United States of America consents that the

  • °¤¤¤l ,’°S*3¤{*i°¤¤ Regulations of the Egyptian customs applicable, in virtue of a Commer-

?,§'€§m‘ ° ::,6;,:3 cial and Customs Convention concluded on the 3rd of March, 1884, be- {0 fhg United tween the Hellenic Government and the Egyptian Government to the States. Hellenic subjects, vessels, commerce and navigation, may also be applied to the citizens of the United States, vessels, commerce and navigation. {Iggy {,,,7,,,,,,] Every right, privilege or immunity that the Egyptian Government nation clause. now grants, or that it may grant in future, to the subjects or citizens, vessels, commerce and navigation of whatsoever other foreign power, shall be granted to citizens of the United States, vessels, commerce and navigation, who shall have the right to enjoy the same. commencement_ The present agreement shall become operative immediately upon the consent of the Senate of the United States being given to the same. In testimony whereof, the undersigned have signed the present act und have ailixed their seals.

  • Done in Cairo, the sixteenth day of November Eighteen hundred and

eighty-four. signatures. N. D. Oomuos. [sam. N. Noam. [sm:. And whereas, by the terms of the said agreement, the same became operative immediately upon the consent of the Senate of the United States being given to the same; · P’°°I°"‘**i°"· Now, therefore be it known that I, Grover Cleveland, President of _ the United States of America, have caused the said agreement to bo