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BELGIUM, 1868. 61 §l5?]ll;iIotilaifggg·in any way the other provisions of the treaty of the " BARON > i .

1 BR`({]SSELS, July 15, 1863.” GERICKE D HERWYNDN

1 ote as been taken and record made of hi · ‘ ‘ be inserted in or annexed to the general trehty? declaration, Whmh Shan rallghord of dmh- Done at Brussels, the 15th July, 1863. S [ 'ua tu ms. L. S. BARON GERIOKE D’HERWYNEN. dew-g y L. S. BARON DE HUGEL.· L. S. J. T. DO AMARAL. L. S.] M. OARVALLO. [L. S. P, BILLE BRAHE. [L. S.] D. OOELLO DE PORTUGAL. L. s. H. S. SANFORD. L. S. MALARET. L. S. HOWARD DE WALDEN ET SEAFORD. L." S. VON - HODENBERG. L. S.] CTE. DE MONTALTO. [L. S.] MAN. YRIGOYEN. [L. S.] V’TE. DE SEISAL. L. S.] SAVIGNY. L. S. ORLOFF. L. S. ADALBERT MANSBACh. [L. S. O. MUSURUS. [L. S. GEFFEKEN. [L. S. Ch. ROGIER. L. S. BN. LAMBERMONT. BELGIUM, 1868. CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND HIS MAJ N0`r_ 16, 1865, ESTY THE KING OF THE BELGIANS RELATIVE TO NATURALIZATION, —~·-—-—- CONCLUDED AT BRUSSELS NOVEMBER 16, 1858; RATIFICATION ADVISED BY SENATE APRIL 12, 1869; RATIFIED BY PRESIDENT APRIL is, 1869; RATIEICATIONs EXCHANGED AT BRUSSELS JULY 10, 1669 ; PROCLAIMED JULY 30, 1869. The President of the United States of Ameri_ca and His Majesty the contracting par- King of the Belgians, led by the wish to regulate the citizenship of tiesthose persons who emigrate from the United States of America. to Belgium, and from Belgium to the United States of America, have resolved to make a convention on this subject, and have appointed for their Plenipotentiaries, namely: The President of the United States of America, Henry Shelton San- N¤s¤¢i¤t<>r¤- ford, a citizen of the United States, their Minister Resident near His Majesty the King of the Belgians; and His Majesty the King of the Belgians, the Sieur Jules Vander Stichelen, Grand Cross of the Order of the Dutch Lion, &c., &c., &c., his Minister of Foreign Aifairs; Who, after having communicated to each other their full powers, found to be in good and proper form, have agreed upon the following articles : ARTICLE I. Citizens of the United States who may or shall have been naturalized W n 0 to be in Belgium will be considered by the United States as citizens of Bel- 2 ]*m:‘*"l*‘1‘ gium; reciprocally, Belgians who may or who shall have been. natural- ' ized in the United States will be considered by Belgium as citizens of the United States.