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612 PUBLIC TREATIES. each instalment shall be paid with theinstalment. That is to say, interest shall be paid on each annual.1nstalment, from the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two. Ancrxcnn IV. Payments, n o w All the annual payments made on account of the three hundred thou-

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value as those now coined at the mint in Lima; and the annual pay- ments, as well as the accruing interest, may be exported from Pern, free of all duty whatever. Anrxcnn V. No further de- There shall not be demanded of the Government of Peru any other ¤¤¤!¤d f<>¤‘ ¤¤F*¤i¤ payment or indemnification, on account of any claim of the citizens of °l“""“• the United States,_that was presented to it by Samuel Larned, esquire, when Charge d’Aiiaires of the United States near Peru. But the claims subsequent to those presented by Mr. Larned to the Government of Peru shall be examined and acted upon hereafter. Aamcn VI. 0p¤i¤¤ of Pew- It is further agreed, that the Peruvian Government shall have the option of paying each annual instalment, when it is due, with orders on the custom-house at Callao, which shall be endorsable in sums of any amount, and receivable in the Treasury, as cash, in payment of duties on importations of all kinds; and the orders shall be given in such a manner as, that in case similar order shall be at a discount in the market, the full value of each annual payment shall be secured and made good to the United States, as though it had been paid in cash at the time of its falling due; and any loss occasioned by discount, or delay in the collection, shall be borne and made good by the Peruvian Government. ALTICLE VII. Ratilications. This convention shall-be ratified by the contracting parties, and the ratiiications shall be exchanged within two years from its date, or sooner if possible, after having been approved by the President and Senate of the United States, and by the Congress of Peru. Signatures. In witness whereof, the respective Commissioners have signed the Dm, same, and afiixed thereto their seals. Done in triplicate at the city of Lima, this seventeenth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-one. J. C. PICKETT. L. S. MANUEL DEL RIO. L. s. P E R U, 1 8 5 1 . July 26,11251. TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP, COMMERCE, AND NAVIGATION, BETWEEN THE ————— UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE REPUBLIC OF PERU, CON- CLUDED AT LIMA JULY 26. 1851; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE JUNE zi, 1852; BATIFIED BY PRESIDENT JULY 16, 1852; RATIFICATIONS EXCHANGED AT WASHINGTON JULY 16, 1852; PROCLAIMED JULY 19, IS52. [This treaty terminated December 9, 1863, under notice given by Pern, in accordance with Article XL.] _ Contracting par- The United States of America and the Republic of Peru, being equally ww- animated with the desire to render firm and permanent the peace and friendship which have always so happily subsisted between them, and to place their commercial relations upon the most liberal basis, have