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648 PUBLIC TREATIES. Anrronn XXVI. F¤\'<¤¤ i¥=¤¤*°d If either party shall hereafter grant to any other nation, any particular [1g5g2r0f;';;;;: t° favour in navigation or commerce, it shall immediately become common ` to the other party, freely, where it is freely granted to such other nation, or on yielding the compensation, where such nation does the same. ARTICLE XXVII. D u M f i 0 n of His Majesty the King of Prussia and the United States of America.

  • '°“*Y· agree that this treaty shall be in force during the term of ten years from

the exchange of ratitications; and if the expiration of that term should happen during the course of a war between them, then the articles before provided for the regulation of their conduct during such a war, shall continue in torce until the conclusion of the treaty which shall re- Raunesueus. establish peace; and that this treaty shall be ratied on both sides, and the ratitications exchanged within one year from the day of its signature. B [ gn M,,,.,,,, In testimony whereof the Plenipotentiaries before mentioned, have date. hereto subscribed their names and affixed their seals, at the places of their respective residence, and at the dates expressed under their several signatures. B. FRANKLIN. [L. s.] Pussy, July 9, 1785. TH: JEFFERSON. [L. s.] Paris, July 28, 1785. JOHN ADAMS. [1.. s.] London, August 5, 1785. F. G. DE THULEMEIER. [L. s.] A la. Haye le 10 Septembre, 17 S5. PRUSSIA, 1799. Jniy ii, 1199, RENEWED TREATY OF AMITY AND COMMERCE BETWEEN HIS MAJESTY -———-——- THE KING OF PRUSSIA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CON- CLUDED AT BERLIN JULY 11, 1799; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE FEBRUARY 18, 1800; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT FEBRUARY 19, 1800; RATI- FICATIONS EXCHANGED AT BERLIN JUNE 22, 1800; PROCLAIMED N0- VEMBER 4, 1800. [This treaty expired by limitation, ten years after exchange of ratihcations. Articles XIII to XXIV revived, with exception, by Article XII, treaty of 18282] Treaty of amity and commerce, between His Majesty the King of Prussia and the United States of America. _ Contracting par- His Majesty the King of Prussia and the United States of America,

  • '°°- desiring to maintain upon a stable and permanent footing the connections of good understanding which have hitherto so happily subsisted

[Sw Pp_ 6,,_6_,8_] between their respective States, and for this purpose to renew the treaty of amity and commerce concluded between the two Powers at the Hague the 10th of September, 1785, for the term of ten years, His Negotiators. Prussian Majesty has nominated and constituted as his Plenipotentiaries the Count Charles William de Fiukenstein, his Minister of State, of War, and of the Cabinet, Knight of the Orders of the Black Eagle and of the Red Eagle, and Commander of that of St. John of Jerusalem, the Baron Philip Charles d’Alvensleben, his Minister of State, of War, and of the Cabinet, Knight of the Orders of the Black Eagle and of the Red Eagle, and of that of St. John of Jerusalem, and the Count Christian Henry Curt de Haugwitz, his Minister of State, of War, and of the Cabinet, Knight of the Orders of the Black Eagle and of the Red