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l36 GENERAL INDEX. Paris and Harbors, (continued.) Ports of Entry, (continued.) Maryland, 1. 346, 367 ; v. 130, 189, in Connecticut, iv. 206, 476. 269. in Florida, iv. 331, 476. Massachusetts, i. 346; iv. 38, l75, in Louisiana, iv. 392. 176, 228, 289, 343, 347, 349, 395, in Maine, iii. 465; iv. 133, 476. 460, 551, 552, 648, 703, 754; v. 67, in Massachusetts, i. 70, 503; ii. 101, 129, 270. 658 ; iii. 464. Michigan, iv. 176, 229, 752; v. 68, in Mississippi, ii. 658; iv. 715. 268, 619, 662. in New Hampshire, ii. 656. Mississippi, iv. 228. in New Jersey, iv. 716. Missouri, v. 130, 661. in North Carolina, ii. 497; iii. 120. New Hampshire, i. 346. in Ohio, ii. 181 ; iii. 642; iv. 711. New Jersey, Y. 130, 190. in Pennsylvania, iii. 662. New York, i. 346; iv. 175, 176, 228, in Vermont, i. 263. 275, 276, 289, 347, 363, 395, 460, in Virginia, ii. 181. 552, 648, 703, 754 ; v. 68, 129, 130, Portugal, 187, 268, 269, 270, 661. vessels of; to be exempt from tonnage du- North Carolina, i. 346; iv. 176, 289, ties, iv. 517. 648. discriminating duties on produce of} sus- Ohio, iv. 176, 228, 275, 289, 363, 394, pended, v. 125. 459, 553; v. 68, 69, 187, 661, 662. Treaty with., of August 26, 1840, viii. 560. Pennsylvania, i. 345; iv. 38, 151, 176, Article 1. Reciprocal liberty of commerce 229, 275, 289, 363, 395, 459, 460, and navigation. Liberty of residents so- 552, 648, 703, 754 3 v. 68, 69, 130, cured, viii. 560. 187, 189, 269. Art. 2. Vessels of either party arriving in Rhode Island, i. 346 ; iv. 229. the ports of the other, put on the footing South Carolina, i. 346; v. 130. of national vessels, viii. 660. Tennessee, iv. 229 3 V. 626. Art. 3. No other or higher duties to be im- Vermont, v. 129, 661. posed on importations, &e. All prohibi- Virginin, i. 346; v. 130. tions to be general. No other or higher Wisconsin, v. 330, 662, 668, 748. duties imposed on exportations to the general appropriation without specification United States than payable on exportaof localit , i. 521, 535, 554 ; ii. 84, 402, tions to other countries. This stipulation 443, 453), 516, 547, 692, 776; v. 510, not to interfere with the special stipula- 602. tion entered into with France by the floating batteries for, iii. 104, 321. United States, viii. 560. cession of jurisdiction over sites, i. 346, Art. 4. Same duties on importations, &c., 367, 522, 555; v. 468. in vessels of either party, viii. 562. garrisons for, i. 346, 367. Art. 5. Favors granted by either party to states to be allowed expenses of fortiiica- other nations to become common, viii. tions, i. 522, 555. See Accounts, p. 2. 562. barge for deience oi, iii. 3, 217. Art. 6. No higher or other duties on exhulks to be sunk for defence of, iii. 18. portations, &c., than are paid by national Ports of Delivery, vessels. Bounties, &o., the same, in for general acts establishing and regulating, vessels of either party, viii. 562. see i. 639, and Collection Districts, p. Art. 7. Coasting trade excepted, viii. 564. 32. Art. 8. The foregoing stipulations not tobe special acts establishing and regulating applicable to certain ports. Said ports, particular ports, &c., when opened to any foreign nation, in Connecticut, i. 112. to be open to the United States, viii. in Florida, iv. 476. 564. _ in Georgia, ii. 399. Art. 9. Protection to vessels seeking rei? in Louisiana, iv. 475; v. 730. uge or asylum in the rivers, bays, &c., in Maine, ii. 497, 658; iii. 694; iv. or territories of the other, for stress ot' 127, 476, 600, 611; v. 609. weather, or pursuit of pirates, viii. 564. in Massachusett , i. 70; iv. 237, 715. Art. 10. Each party to have consuls, &e., in Mississippi, ii. 658. in each other’s ports. Consuls engaging in New Jersey, ii. 355; iv. 715. in commerce. Consuls violating the in New York, iv. 127, 237. laws. Consular archives to be inviolain North Carolina, ii. 181 ; iii. 120, 431, ble. Disputes between Americzms, 61,::., 694; v. 436. to be decided by the con ul. Contendin Ohio, ii. 181 ; iv. I27'. ing parties may resort to the judicial auin Pennsylvania, iii.6G2; iv. 403, 715. thorities of their own country, viii. 564. in Vermont, i. 263. Art. 11. Consuls, &o., may require the in Virginia, i. 112. aid of civil authorities to arrest deserters. Porta cj Entry, How the demand for deserters shall be for general acts establishing and regulating, made. Dcserters, when arrested, how see i. 639, and Collection Districts, p. to be disposed of, viii. 566. 32. Art. 12. Power to dispose of personal special acts establishing and regulating goods, &c. In case of persons holding particular ports, real estate within the territories ofeither in Alabama, iii. 35. * power, to be allowed time to scll the in Delaware, iv. 476. same, viii.