Treaties and Tariffs Regulating the Trade Between Great Britain and Foreign Nations: And Extracts of Treaties Between Foreign Powers, Containing Most-favoured-nation Clauses Applicable to Great Britain, Volume 1
Butterworth's, 1878 - Austria
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Page 95 - His Britannic Majesty's subjects, and the other colonists who have hitherto enjoyed the protection of England, shall evacuate the country of the Mosquitos, as well as the continent in general, and the Islands adjacent, without exception...
Page 88 - ... general, which subsisted between the high contracting parties before the war, as if they were inserted here word for word, so that they are to be exactly observed, for the future, in their whole tenor, and religiously executed on all sides, in all their points, which shall not be derogated from by the present treaty, notwithstanding all that may have been stipulated to the contrary by any of the...
Page 160 - And reciprocally the subjects of the said Lord the King shall have the same liberty of navigation and traffic, in case there should be any hostility between the said Lords the States, and the Kingdoms, States, or Countries, or any of them, which are or shall be in amity or neutrality with the said Lord the King of Spain, and that conformably to the aforesaid conditions and restrictions specified in this Article. This Article shall be observed, executed, and held as inserted in the Treaty of Peace,...
Page 267 - No duty of customs or other impost shall be charged upon any goods the produce or manufacture of one country, upon importation from such country into the other, other or higher than the duty or impost charged upon goods of the same kind the produce or manufacture of or imported from any other country...
Page 107 - The present additional article shall have the same force and validity as if it were inserted, word for word, in the Treaty signed this day.
Page 316 - Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue of the powers vested in her by the said "Foreign Deserters Act, 1852...
Page 116 - ... notice of its intention to terminate its operation, the Convention shall continue in force for...
Page 114 - ... no person shall be entitled to such protection unless he shall have delivered gratuitously, at one or other of the places mentioned above, as the case may be, one copy of the best edition, or in the best state, in order to its being deposited at the place appointed for that purpose in each of the two countries...
Page 99 - His Catholic Majesty, prompted solely by motives of humanity, promises to the King of England that he will not exercise any act of severity against the Mosquitos inhabiting in part the countries which are to be evacuated by virtue of the present convention, on account of the connections which may have subsisted between the said Indians and the English ; and His Britannic Majesty, on his part, will strictly prohibit all his subjects from furnishing arms or warlike stores to the Indians in general...
Page 92 - It is likewise stipulated, that if any fortifications should actually have been heretofore erected within the limits marked out, his Britannic majesty shall cause them all to be demolished ; and he will order his subjects not to build any new ones.