486 PUBLIC TREATIES. April 5, 1831. ADDITIONAL ARTICLE. A,,,,,,,,, V ,,,,,1 Whereas, in the present state of the Mexican shipping, it would not VI suspended. be possible for Mexico to receive the full advantage of the reciprocity [See p. 478.] established in the fifth and sixth articles of the treaty signed this day, it is agreed that for the term of six years, the stipulations contained in the said articles shall be suspended; and in lieu thereof, it is hereby S¤¤¤¤¤it¤¢•¤· agreed, that, until the expiration of the said term of six years, American vessels entering into the ports of Mexico, and all articles the produce, growth, or manufacture of the United States of America, imported in such vessels, shall pay no other or higher duties than are or may hereafter be payable in the said ports by the vessels and the like articles the growth, produce, or manufacture of the most favored nation; and, reciprocally, it is agreed that Mexican vessels entering into the ports of the United States of America, and all articles the growth, produce, or manufacture of the United Mexican States, imported in such vessels, shall pay no other or higher duties than are, or may hereafter be, payable in the said ports by the vessels and the like articles the growth, produce, or manufacture of the most favored nation; and that no higher duties shall be paid, or bounties or drawbacks allowed, on the exportation of any article the growth, produce, or manufacture of either country, in the vessels of the other, than upon the exportation of the like articles in the vessels of any other foreign country. Effect of Addi- The present additional article shall have the same force and value as tional Artivle if it had been inserted,.word for word, in the treaty signed this day. It Ratlneations. shall be ratified, and the ratification exchanged at the same time. Signatures. In witness whereof we, the respective Plenipotentiaries, have signed and sealed the same. p,,t,_ Done at Mexico on the ilfth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one. A. BUTLER. 1.. s. LUCAS ALAMAN. L. s. RAFAEL MANGINO. L. s. MEXICO, 1835. April 3, 1835. SECOND ADDITIONAL ARTICLE TO TREATY OF LIMITS OF JANUARY 12, —;-- -1828, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE UNITED MEXICAN STATES, CONCLUDED AT MEXICO APRIL 3, 1835; RATIFICA- TION ADVISED BY SENATE JANUARY 26, 1836; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT FEBRUARY 2, 1836; RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT WASHINGTON APRIL
- 20, wee; PROCLAIMED APRIL 21, 1836.
Convention with Mexico. Pmmble A treaty having been concluded and signed in the city of Mexico, _0n [Svc treaty of the 12th ay of January, 1828, between the United States of America 182% PP- *7*- 75·] and the Mexican United States, for the purpose of establishing the trllc dividing line and boundary between the two nations, the 3d article of which treaty is as follows: “To fix this line with more precision, and to place the landmarks which shall designate exactly the limits of both nations, each of the contracting parties shall appoint a commissioner and a surveyor, who shall meet before the termination of one year from the date of the ratification of this treaty at Natchitoches, on the Red River, and proceed to run and mark said line from the mouth of the Sabine to the Bed River, and from the Red River to the river Arkansas, and to ascertain the latitude of the source of said river Arkansas, in conformity to what is agreed upon `and stipulated, and the line of latitude 42 to the South Sea. They shall make out plans, and k66P journals of their proceedings, and the result agreed upon by them shall be considered as part of this treaty, and shall have the same force as if it were inserted therein. The two Governments will amicably agree respecting the necessary articles to be furnished to those persons, and