Recueil des traités et conventions conclus par le royaume des Pays-Bas avec les puissances étrangères, depuis 1813 jusqu'à nos jours, Volume 2

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Page 377 - ... les navires qui, passant d'un port de l'un des deux Etats dans un ou plusieurs ports du même Etat, soit pour y déposer tout ou partie de leur cargaison, soit pour y composer ou compléter leur chargement, justifieront avoir déjà acquitté ces droits; 3°...
Page 13 - Claimants, or to his or their lawful Attorney or Attornies, for his or their Use, a just and complete Indemnification for all Costs of Suit , and for all Losses and Damages which the Owner or Owners...
Page 331 - ... after either of the contracting 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 the other at the end of the said term of ten years.
Page 66 - Souverain kann durch eine landständische Verfassung nur in der Ausübung bestimmter Rechte an die Mitwirkung der Stände gebunden werden.
Page 5 - In order to bring to adjudication, with as little delay and inconvenience as possible, the vessels which may be detained according to the tenor of...
Page 104 - ... evidence of her actual employment in the Slave Trade, and unless rebutted by satisfactory evidence upon the part of the master or owners, that such ship or vessel was otherwise legally employed at the- time of her detention...
Page 10 - ... which she is to receive. And it is hereby provided, that in all cases the final sentence shall not be delayed on account of the absence of witnesses or for want of other proofs, beyond the period of two months ; except upon the application of any of the parties interested, when, upon their giving satisfactory security to charge themselves with the expense and risks of the delay, the Commissioners may, at their discretion, grant an additional delay not exceeding four months.
Page 12 - ... it may be, with the exception of the slaves who may be on board as objects of commerce: and the said vessel, as well as her cargo, shall be sold by public sale for the profit of the two governments...
Page 3 - That the names of the several vessels furnished with such Instructions, the force of each, and the names of their several Commanders shall be, from time to time, immediately upon their issue, communicated by the Power issuing the same to the other high Contracting Party.
Page 4 - Spanish vessels which may form part of the two Royal navies, and by those only of such vessels which are provided with the special instructions annexed to the present Treaty.

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