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HANSEATIO REPUBLICS, 1828. 403 ration of twelve months after such notice shall have ‘ » either of the parties from the other, this conventiongiid lalltihgiibg visions thereof, shall, altogether, cease and determine, as far as regards the States giving and receiving such notice; it being always understood and agreed that, if one or more of the Hanseatic Oltepublics aforesaid shall, at the expiration of twelve years from the date hereof give or receive notice of the proposed termination of this convention, it shall nevertheless remain in full force and operation as far as regards the gemaiuingdHan;eatm Republics or Republic, which may not have given r receive suc no ice. Anriorm X1. The present convention being approved and ratified by the President R¤*m<=¤*·i°¤¤· of the United States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof, and by the Senates of the Hanseatic Republics of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg, tho ratitications shall be exchanged at Washington within nine months from the date hereof, or sooner if possible. In faith whercof·we, the Plenipotentiaries of the contracting parties, Sis¤=¤*¤¤¥¤¤· have signed the present convention, and have thereto aiiixed our seals. Done in quadruplicates at the city of Washington, on the twentieth Date. day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred t31d twieéity-sevcén, in the fifty-second year of the Independence of the nite tates o America; H. CLAY. L. s. V. RUMPFF. {L. sl HANSEATIO REPUBLICS; 1828. ADDITIONAL ARTICLE TO THZE CONVENTION OF DECEMBER 20 1827, WITH Jun,. 4_ im, THE HANSEATIC REPUBLICS, CONCLUDED AT WASHINGTON JUNE 4, -—-—-—-—-—— 1828; KATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE DECEMBER 29,18-28; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT- RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT WASHINGTON JAN- UARY 14, 18*29; RROCLAIMED JANUARY 14, 1829. Additional article to the convention of friendship, commerce, and navigation, concluded at Washington on the twentieth day of December, 1827, between the United States of America and the Hanaeatic Republics of Lubeck, Bremen, and Hamburg. The United States of America and the Hanseatic Republics of Lubeck, Pf¤¤¤¤bl<>· Bremen, and Hamburg, wishing to favor their mutual commerce by adording, in their ports, every necessary assistance to their respective vessels, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries have further agreed upon the [Sw couwmcu ibllowing additional article to the convention of friendship, commerce, 0,- 1821, Pp_ 416, and navigation, concluded at Washington on the twentieth day of 419.] December, 1827, between the contracting parties. The Cousuls and Vice-Consuls may cause to be arrested the sailors, 5;*%* °*`d°{*°'*· being part of the crews of the vessels of their respective countries, who °" mm "°““" “‘ shall have deserted from the said vessels, in order to send them back and transport them out of the country. For which purpose the said Consuls and Vice-Uonsuls shall address themselves to the courts, judges, and officers competent, and shall demand the said deserters, in writing, proving by an exhibition of the registers of the said vessels, or ship’s roll, or other official document, that those men were part of said crews; and on this demand being so proved, (saving, however, where the contrary is proved,) the delivery shall not be refused; and there shall be given all aid and assistance to the said Uonsuls and V1ce·Consuis for the search, seizure, and arrest of the said deserters, who shall even be detained and kept in the prisons of the country, at their request and expense, until they shall have found opportunity ot sending them