Treaties, Conventions, and Engagements, for the Suppression of the Slave Trade, Volume 784

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T.R. Harrison, prtr., 1844 - Great Britain - 632 pages
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Page 129 - same force and effect as if it were inserted, word for word, in the Treaty signed this day, and shall be ratified, and the ratifications exchanged at the same time. In witness whereof, the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed it, and have thereunto affixed the seals of their arms. Done at Vienna, this
Page 230 - to the accession of the Hanseatic Cities, and to the acceptance thereof by His Britannic Majesty, and by His Majesty the King of the French, have resolved to conclude to this effect a formal Convention, and have in consequence named for their Plenipotentiaries, that is to say:— His Majesty the King of the United
Page 500 - months from this date, or sooner if possible. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the same, and have affixed thereto the Seals of their Arms. Done at London, the sixteenth day of November, in the year of
Page 523 - which they are met with by the said cruizers, been engaged in the Traffic in Slaves, contrary to the provisions of this Treaty ; and that such cruizers may detain, and send or carry away such vessels, in order that they may be brought to trial in the manner hereinafter agreed upon. Article
Page 496 - or of other receptacles for holding liquid; unless the master shall produce a certificate from the custom-house at the place from which he cleared outwards, stating that sufficient security had been given by the owners of such vessel, that such extra quantity of casks or of other receptacles, should only be used to hold
Page 243 - Gonzaga Cuevas, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from that Republic at the Court of London: Who, after having communicated to each other their respective full powers, and found them to be in good and proper form, have agreed upon and concluded the
Page 311 - other vessels for holding water, unless the master shall produce a certificate from the custom-house from the place from which he cleared outwards, stating that a sufficient security had been given by the owners of such vessel, that such extra quantity of casks or other vessels should only be used for the reception of palm oil.
Page 55 - for the suppression of African Slave Trade, and shall be considered as an integral part of that Treaty. In witness whereof, the Plenipotentiaries of the High Contracting Parties have signed this Annex, and have thereunto affixed the seal of their arms. Done at London, the twentieth day of December, in the year of
Page 2 - been engaged in the Traffic in Slaves, contrary to the provisions of this Treaty; and that such cruizers may detain, and send or carry away such vessels, in order that they may be brought to trial in the manner hereinafter agreed upon. Article IV. In order to regulate the mode of carrying the provisions of the preceding Article
Page 87 - of Indian corn; or of any other article of food whatever, beyond what might probably be requisite for the use of the crew; such rice, flour, maize, Indian corn, or other article of food, not being entered on the manifest as part of the cargo for trade. 10. A quantity of mats or matting, greater than is

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