Bijdragen tot de geschiedenis der onderhandelingen met Engeland, betreffende de overzeesche bezittingen, 1820-1824

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M. Nijoff, 1865 - Great Britain - 313 pages

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Page 165 - WILLEM III, bij de gratie Gods, Koning der Nederlanden, Prins van Oranje-Nassau, Groot-Hertog van Luxemburg, enz., enz., enz. Allen, die deze zullen zien of hooren lezen, salut!
Page 234 - London within three weeks from the date hereof, or sooner if possible. In witness whereof, we, the undersigned Plenipotentiaries, in virtue of our respective full powers, have signed the present Convention, and have affixed thereto the seals of our arms. Done at London, this 13th day of August 1814.
Page 232 - Commerce and the security of their property and persons within the limits of the British Sovereignty on the Continent of India, as are now or shall be granted to the most favoured Nations. His...
Page 232 - His Britannic Majesty, stipulating for himself and his Allies, engages to restore to His Most Christian Majesty, within the term which shall be hereafter fixed, the Colonies, Fisheries, Factories, and Establishments of...
Page 142 - High Contracting Parties engage, that no Treaty hereafter made by Either, with any Native Power in the Eastern Seas, shall contain any Article tending, either expressly, or by the imposition of unequal duties, to exclude the Trade of the other Party from the Ports of such Native Power: and that if, in any Treaty now existing on either Part, any Article to that effect has been admitted, such Article shall be abrogated upon the conclusion of the present Treaty.
Page 112 - Ceylon, on Dutch bottoms, shall be arranged so as in no case to be charged at more than double the amount of the duties paid by British subjects, and on British bottoms. In regard to any article upon which no duty is imposed, when imported or exported by the subjects or on the vessels of the nation to which the port belongs, the duty charged upon the subjects or vessels of the other shall in no case exceed six per cent.
Page 232 - Netherlands, and wishing to do his utmost to avoid any thing which might affect their mutual good understanding, engages not to erect any fortifications in the establishments which are to be restored to him within the limits of the British sovereignty upon the continent of India, and only to place in those establishment* the number of troops necessary for the maintenance of the police.
Page 221 - Zij zullen geene schuilplaats of bescherming verleenen aan vaartuigen, met welke zeeroof bedreven wordt, en zullen in geen geval veroorloven, dat schepen of goederen, door zulke vaartuigen buit gemaakt, in eenige van hunne bezittingen ingevoerd, bewaard of verkocht worden.
Page 233 - The high contracting parties, desirous to bury in entire oblivion the dissensions which have agitated Europe, declare and promise that no individual, of whatever rank or condition he may be, in the countries restored and ceded by the present Treaty, shall be prosecuted, disturbed or molested, in his person or property...
Page 223 - Etablissementen , bij art. 8, 9, 10, 11 en 12 vermeld , immer aan eenige andere Mogendheid zal mogen overgedragen worden. Ingeval dat eenige dier bezittingen door eene der contracterende Partijen verlaten wordt, zullen hare regten tot dezelve onmiddellijk op de andere Partij overgaan. Art. 16. Er is overeengekomen, dat alle rekeningen of vorderingen, voortgesproten uit de teruggave van Java en andere Etablissementen aan de officieren van Zijne...

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