Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 2c.djvu/96

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BRAZIL, 1828. 89 Anrromz XXXII. For the purpose of more eifectually protecting their commerce and Consular cannavigation, the two contracting parties do hereby agree, as soon here- '°"“°"· after as circumstances will permit them, to form a consular convention, which shall declare specially the powers and immunities of the Gonsuls and Vice-Consuls of the respective parties. ARTICLE XXXIII. The United States of America and the Emperor of Brazil, desiring to make as durable as circumstances will permit the relations which are to be established between the two parties by virtue of this treaty, or general convention of peace, amity, commerce, and navigation, have declared solemnly and do agree to the following points: 1st. The present treaty shall be in force for twelve years from the D¤¤¤*=i¤¤ ¤f date hereof, and further imtil the end of one year after either of the con- ”‘°“°Y· tracting parties shall have given notice to the other of its intention to terminate the same; each of the contracting parties reserving to itself the right of giving such notice to he other at the end of said term of twelve years; and it is hereby agfeeekpetween them, that on the expiration of one year after such notice shall have been received by either from the other party, this treaty, in all the parts relating to commerce and navigation, shall altogether cease and determine, and in all those parts which relate to peace and friendship it shall be permanently and perpetually binding on both powers. 2dly. If any one.or more of the citizens or subjects of either party I¤f¤‘i¤8°¤¤°¤* <>f shall infringe any of the articles of this treaty, such citizen or subject °'°“°7‘ shall be held personally responsible for the same, and the harmony and good correspondence between the nations shall not be interrupted thereby; each party engaging in no way to protect the offender or sanction such violation. 3d1y. If, (which, indeed, cannot be expected,) unfortunately, any of the R<=1>¤‘i¤=}¤ ¤¤ d articles contained in the present treaty shall be violated or infringed ?'°:t”*'°*’°““ °f in any way whatever, it is expressly stipulated, that neither of the con- ° tracting parties will order or authorize any acts of reprisal, nor declare war against the other, on complaints of injuries or damages, until the said party considering itself offended shall first have presented to the other a statement of such injuries or damages, verified by competent proof, and demanded justice and satisfaction, and the same shall have been either refused or unreasonably delayed. 4th1y. Nothing in this treaty contained shall, however, be construed Treaties with to operate contrary to former and existing public treaties with other g¥,P°•;6*:,¤°’°¤° ¤°'* Sovereigns.or States. _ _ . ‘ The present treaty of peace, amity, commerce, and naviigation hall Ratincaticns. be approved and ratided by the President of the Unite States, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate thereof, and by the Emperor of Brazil, and the ratiiications shall be exchanged within eight months from the date of the signature hereof, or sooner if possible. _ In faith whereof we, the Plenipotentiaries of the Un1ted_ States of S¤s¤¤*¤¤¤¤· America and of His Majesty the Emperor of Brazil, have signed and sealed these presents. Done in the City of Rio_de Janeiro, this twelfth day of the month DMA- of December, in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ one thousand eight liumlred and twenty-eight. {1.. s. W. TUDOR. ir,. stl MARQUICZ DE ARAGATY. |r.. s.] MIGUEL DE SOUZA MELLO E ALVIM.