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242 TREATY WITH SWEDEN. 1816. in question continued to be in a state of blockade. But vessels which, after having been once turned away, shall attempt a second time, during the same voyage, to enter the same port of the enemy, while the blockade continues, shall be liable to detention and condemnation. ARTICLE 14. This treaty to The present treaty, when the same shall have been ratified by the °¤d“'° ,!;°' Qggt President of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of zgggggfzfthe the Senate, and by his Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway, shall ratitieauons. continue in force, and be obligatory on the United States and his Majesty the King of Sweden and Norway, for the term of eight years from the exchange of the ratitications; and the ratitications shall be exchanged in eight months from the signature of this treaty, or sooner if possible. In faith whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries have signed the present treaty, and have thereunto set the seal of their arms. Done at Stockholm, the fourth day of September, in the year of Grace, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. JONA. RUSSELL, r.. s. Le Comte d’ENGESTROM, r.. s. Lv Comte A. G. de MORN ER, r.. s.