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576 CONVENTION WITH THE SWISS CONFEDERATION. OCT. 11, 1867. Executed in duplicate at Berne, this eleventh day of October, A. D. 1867. [SEAL.] JOHN A. KASSON, Special Commissioner, ac., ¢§~c., [sEA1..] DR. J. DUBS. POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Washington, November 12, 1867. m£Elg"‘€1;°dLl;Y Having examined and considered the aforegoing articles of a conven- (,;,,,,,,,,5, as P tion for the amelioration of the postal intercourse between the United States of America and the Swiss Confederation, which were agreed upon and executed in duplicate at Berne on the eleventh day of October, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, by Hon. John A Kasson, special commissioner, &o., &o. on behalf of this department, and by Dr. Jaques Dubs, vice-president of the federal council and chief of the federal post department, on behalf of the federal council of the Swiss Confederation, the same are by me hereby ratified and approved, by and with the advice and consent of the President of the United States. In witness whereon I have caused the seal of the Post Office Depart— ment to be hereto aiiixed, with my signature, the day and year first above written. [L. s.] ALEX. W. RANDALL, Postmaster- General. dBt’1{'£";hl,;'°“l' I hereby approve the aforegoing convention, and in testimony thereof United Stem. I have caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. [1.. s.] By the President: ANDREW' JOHNSON. WILLIAM H. Smwsnn, Secretary of 62 Wnsnmecnou, November 12, 1867.