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TREATY - SPAIN. July 3, 1902.

July 3, 1902. Treaty between the United States and Spain of Friendship and General Relations. Signed at Madrid, July 3, 1902, ratificaton advised by the Senate, December 16, 1902; ratified by the President, February 6, 1903; ratified by Spain, March 30, 1903; exchanged at Madrid, April 14, 1903; proclaimed, April 20, 1903.


By the President of the United States of America.

A PROCLAMATION.

Preamble.Whereas a Treaty of Friendship and General Relations between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain was concluded and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at Madrid, on the third day of July, one thousand nine hundred and two, the original of which treaty, being in the English and Spanish languages is word for word as follows:

Treaty of friendship and General Relations between the United States of America and Spain.
Contracting parties.The United States of America and His Catholic Majesty the King of Spain, desiring to consolidate on a permanent basis the friendship and good correspondence which happily prevail between the two Parties, have determined to sign a Treaty of Friendship and General Relations, the stipulations whereof may be productive of mutual advantage and reciprocal utility to both nations, and have named with this intention:

Plenipotentiaries.The President of the United States of America, Bellamy Storer, a citizen of the United States, and their Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to His Catholic Majesty;
And His Catholic Majesty the King of Spain, Don Juan Manuel Sanchez y Gutierrez de Castro, Duke of Almodovar del Rio, Marquis of Puebla de los Ynfantes, Grandee of Spain, His Most Catholic Majesty’s Chamberlain, Knight Professed of the Order of Alcantara, Knight Grand Cross of the

Tratado de Amistad y Relaciones Generales entre los Estados Unidos de America y España.
Deseando los Estados Unidos de America y Su Majestad Católica el Rey de España, consolidar de un modo permanente la buena correspondencia y amistad que felizmente reinan entre ambas Partes, han resuelto firmar un Tratado de Amistad y Relaciones Generales, cuyas estipulaciones redunden en beneficio común y utilidad recíproca de las dos Naciones, y con esta mira han nombrado:
El Presidente de los Estados Unidos de América, á Bellamy Storer, ciudadano de los mismos Estados, y su Enviado Extraordinario v Ministro Plenipotenciario cerca de Su Majestad Católica;
Y Su Majestad Católica el Rey de España, á Don Juan Manuel Sanchez dy Gutierrez de Castro, Duque de Almodovar del Rio, Marqués de la Puebla de los Ynfantes, Grande de España, Gentilhombre de Cámara de Su Majestad, con Ejercicio y Servidumbre, Caballero Profeso del

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