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TREATY WITH MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN. Dnc. 9, 1847. 921 lish the aforesaid treaty between und ausgewechselt. ‘Die Wirkung the high parties to this declaration, dieseriibereinkunft wird hiemitas fully and perfectly, to all intents telst dahin erklart, dass der vorgeand purposes, as if all the provis- dachte Vertrag, zwischen den Hoions therein contained, in the hen Parteien, durch gegenwartige manner as they are above explicitly Declaration, festgestellt sein sol], stated, had been agreed to in a in jeder Hinsicht, und fiir alle separate treaty, concluded and Zwecke, ebenso vollig und vollratified between them in the ordi— kommen, als wenn alle darin entnary form. haltenen Bestimmungen, in der Weise wie sie oben ausdriicklich festgestellt sind, in einem besonders zwischen ihnen in ganz ahnlicher Form abgeschlossenen und ratificirten Vertrage, vereinbart waren. In witness whereof, the above- Dessen zu Urkund, haben die namedplenipotentiaries have here- obengenannten Bevollmachtigten to aflixed their names and seals. hierunter ihre N amen und Siegel gesetzt. Done at Schwerin, this 9th Gegeben zu Schwerin, den 9ten (ninth) day of December, 1847. Tag des Monats December, 1847. A. Dunmcv LIANN. [1.. s. A. Dunmcv MANN. [L. s.] L. on Luwzow. [L. sl L. Von Lurzow. [1.. s.] And whereas the said declaration of accession has been duly ratified on both parts: Now, therefore, be it known that I, JAMES K. POLK, President Proclaimed by of the United States of America, have caused the said declaration to be made public, to the end that the same, and every clause and August2, 1848. article thereof, may be observed and fulfilled with good faith. by the United States and the citizens thereof In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be atiixed. Done at the city of Washington, this second day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty- [L. s.] eight, and of the Independence of the United States of America the seventy-third. JAMES K. POLK. By the President : Jnivms BUCHANAN, Secretary of State