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14 PUBLIC TREATIES. foregoing treaty as gives to the United States any advantage in the ports of Algiers over the most favored nations having treaties with the Begenc . mu, Doneyat the palace of the Government, in_Algiers, on the 22d day of December, 1816, which corresponds to the third of the Moon Satnr, year of the Hegira 1232. . gmisqm, of n,. Whereas the undersigned William Shaler, a citizen of the State of g¤¤i¤ti¤¤· New York, and Isaac Chauncey, Commander in Chief of the Naval Forces of the United States stationed in the Mediterranean, being duly appointed Commissioners, by letters-patent under the signature of the President and seal of the United States of America, bearing date at the city of Washington, the twenty-fourth day of August, A. D. 1816, for negociating and concluding the renewal of a treaty of peace between the United States of America and the Dey and subjects of the Re ency of Algiers: we, therefore, William Shaler and Isaac Chauncey, Commissioners as aforesaid, do conclude the foregoing treaty, and every article Finalratiscatiop and clause therein contained, reserving the same, nevertheless, for the s¤¤:*gdth¢<¤UP!:•é; final ratification of the President of the United States of America, by sf;',; _ ° '“ and wrth the advice and consent of the Senate of the United States. Dm, Done in the chancery of the Consulate General of the United States, in the city of Algiers, on the 23d day of December, in the year 1816, and of the independence of the United States the forty-ilrst. [L. s.] WM. SHALEB. L. s. I. CH AUNCEY. [The signature of the Dey is stamped at the beginning and end of the treaty.]