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282 PUBLIC TREATIES. R=¤tii1<¤¤ti<>¤¤· Lastl . This treaty, when the same shall have been ratified by His Majestyyand by the President of the United States, by and witlrthe advice and consent of their Senate, and the respective l`3.·I,1IlC21.Il0IlS mutually exchanged, shall be binding and obligatory on His Majesty and on the said States, and shall be by them respectively executed and observed with punctuality and the most sincere regard to good faith; and whereas it will be expedient, in order the better to facilitate intercourse and obviate difficulties, that other articles be proposed and added to this treaty, which articles, from want of time and other circumstances, cannot now be perfected, it is agreed that the sa1d_part1es will, from time to time, readily treat of and concerning such articles, and will sincerely endeavor so to form them as that they mayconduce to mutual convenience and tend to promote mutual satisfaction and friendship; and that the said articles, after having been duly ratified, shall be added Signatures. to and make a part of this treaty. In faith whereof we, the undersigned Ministers Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the King of Great Britain and the United States of America, have signed this present treaty, and have caused to be affixed thereto the seal of our arms. Date. Done at London this nineteenth day of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. GRDNVILLE 1 • . L. s. JOHN JAY. {L. S.] ADDITIONAL ARTICLE. Part of Article It is further agreed,.between the said contracting parties, that the XU ¤¤¤1>¤¤<i¢d· operation of so much of the twelfth article of the said treaty as respects [Sov p·2'75·] the trade which his said Majesty thereby consents may be carried on between the United States and his islands in the West Indies, in the manner and on the terms and conditions therein specified, shall be sus— pended. May 4, 1796. ARTICLE EXPLANATORY OF THE THIRD ARTICLE OF THE TREATY OF —————— AMITY, COMMERCE, AND NAVIGATION, OF NOVEMBER 19, 1794, BETWEEN HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. CON- CLUDED AT PHILADELPHIA MAY 4, 1796; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE MAY 9, 1796. Preamble. Whereas by the third article of the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, concluded at London on the nineteenth day of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, between His Britannic [Sw Article m Majesty and the United States of America, it was agreed that it should mmy of 1.,94, pj at all times be free to His Majesty’s subjects and to the citizens of the gm] United States, and also to the Indlans dwelling on either side of the boundary line, assigned by the treaty of peace to the United States, freely to pass and repass, land or inland navigation, into the respectrye territories and countries of the two contracting parties, on the continent of America, (tho country within the limits of the Hudson’s Bav Company only excepted,) and to navigate all the lakes, rivers and waters thereof, and freelyto carry on trade and commerce with’each other, subject to the provisions and limitations contained in the said [See U. s. Sm- article: And whereas by the eighth article of the treaty of peace and pty: g;Largc,v¤1- friendship concluded at Greenville on the third day of August, one ’ §‘3.‘&“€f;‘§“..$ZL?.'§ £“€3ti‘§ “F‘} 1l"‘°°"°l{" £’il.""’%L* *3 ""‘“"‘ *’”“*“ · o n lans ca ec e yan ots Delawares, Spawanoes, Ottawas, Chippewas, Putawatimles, Miamis: Eel River, eeas, Kickapoos, Piankashaws, and Kaskaskias, it was stipulated that no person should be permitted to reside at any of the towns or hunting campsof the said Indian tribes, as a trader, who is not furnished with a licence for that purpose under the authority of the United