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cated to each other their respective full powers, anil having found them to be in due and proper form, have agreed that the said Treaty shall be modified, and it is modified in the following manner:
Abt. I. Her Catholic Majesty recognizes the Argentine Eepublic, or Confederation, composed of all the provinces mentioned in its present federal Constitution, and the other territories which legitimately belong, or in the future may belong to it, as a free, sovereign, and independent nation; and exercising the powers which she possesses in accordance with the Decree of the General Cortes of the Kingdom, of the 4th of December, 1836, renounces in every form, and for ever, for herself and her successors, the sovereignty, rights, and actions which belonged to her over the territory of the said Eepublic.
II. By the high interposition of Her Catholic Majesty, and as a natural consequence of the present Treaty, there shall be complete oblivion of the past and full amnesty for all subjects of Her Majesty and citizens of the Argentine Eepublic, whatever party they may have belonged to during the dissensions happily terminated by the present stipulation.
III. The Argentine Eepublic and Her Catholic Majesty agree that the citizens and subjects of the respective nations shall preserve intact and free their rights to claim and obtain justice and full satisfaction for the bond fide debts contracted between them, as also that there shall be no obstacle raised by the public authorities to the rights which they may advance on account of marriage, inheritance by will, or ah intestato, or any other title of acquisition recognized by the laws of the country in which the" claim may be made.
IV. The Argentine Confederation, considering that in thus acquiring the rights and privileges of the Crown of Spain, it likewise contracts all the duties and obligations thereof, solemnly recognizes, as consolidated debt of the Eepublic, as much privileged as any, according to what is spontaneously established in its laws, all debts of whatever kind they may be, contracted by the Spanish Government and its authorities in the ancient provinces of Spain, which now form, or may in future constitute, the territory of the Argentine Eepublic, evacuated by Spain on the 25th of May, 1810.
The entries in the books of accounts of the offices of the ancient Vice-Eoyalty of Buenos Ayres, or of the special ones of those provinces which may constitute or form in future the Argentine Eepublic, as well as original agreements, and certificates, or legally authorized copies, and all documents, of whatever date, which appear trustworthy according to the principles of justice universally admitted, provided that they be signed by Spanish authorities resident in the territory, shall be considered as proofs of the debt?.
The admission of these debts shall take place on hearing tho parties interested, and the amounts which are settled by this liquidation as legally payable shall be entitled to the corresponding legal interest, commencing one year after the exchange of the ratifications of the present Treaty, although the liquidation may not be effected till later.
The amounts which the Government of Her Catholic Majesty has spent, since the complete evacuation of the Argentine territory by the Spanish authorities, shall not form part of this debt.
V. Although the struggles and misunderstandings, happily terminated, were not obstinate or disastrous in tho ancient ViceRoyalty of Buenos Ayres, and it is consequently to be presumed that the sequestrations and confiscations of properties of Spanish subjects or of Argentine citizens hare been insignificant, desiring to avoid all injury, the Argentine Republic and Her Catholic Majesty solemnly undertake that all property, movable and immovable, jewellery, money, or] other effects of whatever kind, which have been sequestered or confiscated, from Spanish subjects or from Argentine citizens, during the war carried on in America or since, and which are still in the power of the respective Governments, in whose name the sequestration or confiscation was made, shall be immediately returned to their former owners, or their heirs or legitimate representatives, none of whom, however, shall have a right to claim anything on account of the returns which the said properties or effects may or should have produced during the period of sequestration or confiscation.
The injuries or improvements caused in the said properties by time or chance, during the sequestration or confiscation, cannot be claimed either by one party or the other; but the former owners and their representatives shall indemnify the respective Government for all those improvements made by human art in the said properties or effects, after the sequestration or confiscation, and likewise the said Government shall indemnify the owners for all injuries which shall have arisen in the same way during the said time. And these reciprocal indemnifications shall be made in good faith and without judicial contention, by the friendly judgment of experienced persons, or of arbitrators named by the parties, and umpires chosen by the arbitrators in case of disagreement. To the creditors of which this Article treats, whose properties have been sold or disposed of in any way whatever, will be given sufficient indemnification on these terms, and at their option, either in securities of the consolidated debt of the most privileged class, the interest whereon will commence after the expiration of one year from the exchange of the ratifications of the present Treaty, or in public lands.
If the indemnification be made iu securities, the respective
Government will give the interested party a document of credit against the State, which will bear interest from the time mentioned in the preceding paragraph, although the document may be given subsequently to it; and if it be mude in public lands, after the expiration of a year from the exchange of the ratifications, to the value of the lands, which are given in indemnification of the lost property, shall be added as mucli land as is calculated to be equivalent to the returns of the original quantity, supposing that had been given within the year following the aforesaid exchange, so that the indemnification may be effective and complete when made.
In arranging the indemnification whether in securities or public lands, the value of the properties at the time of the sequestration or confiscation will be considered, all proceedings being conducted in good faith, and in a friendly and conciliatory manner.
Her Catholic Majesty, on her part, engages to effect a like recognition and payment, with respect to the same kind of credits belonging to Argentine citizens in Spain.
VI. Wherever those Spanish subjects or Argentine citizens may be settled, who, in virtue of the stipulations in Articles IV and V of this Treaty, have any claims to make, they must present them without fail within four years from the day on which the ratification of the present Treaty is published in the capital of the Republic, and they must be accompanied by a concise statement of the facts, supported by trustworthy vouchers proving the legality of the demands.
After the said 4 years, no new claims of this kind will be admitted under any pretext.
VII. With the object of establishing and consolidating the union which should exist between the two nations, each of the Contracting Parties agrees that, to determine the nationality of Spaniards and Argentines, the provisions contained in the Constitution and laws of each country shall be respectively observed therein.
Those Spaniards born in the present dominions of Spain, who have resided in the Argentine Republic and adopted its nationality, can recover their primitive nationality, if they think fit, for which purpose those who are present are allowed the space of one year, and those who are absent, two yearn
After the expiration of those periods, it will be understood that they have definitively adopted the nationality of the Republic.
The simple insertion in the national registers which are to be established at the Legations and Consulates of both States, shall be sufficient formality to prove the respective nationality.
The principles and conditions which this Article establishes shall be equally applicable to Argentine citizens and their children in the dominions of Spain.
VIII. The citizens of the Argentine Eepublic in Spain, oud the subject s of Her Catholic Majesty in the Eepublic, may freely exercise their trades and professions, possess, buy and sell, by wholesale and retail, every kind of property, movable and immovable, take out of the country the whole of their effects, dispose of them while living or at death, and succeed to them by will or ah ittfettaio, all in accordance with the laws of the country, on the same terms, and under the same conditions and obligations as are applied, or may be applied to those of the most favoured nation.
IX. Neither the citizens of the Argentine Republic in Spain, nor the subjects of Spain in the Argentine Eepublic, shall be liable to serve in the army, navy, or national militia. They shall be likewise exempt from every extraordinary charge or contribution or forced loan, and in the ordinary imposts which they pay on account of their calling, trade, or property, they shall be treated like the citizens or subjects of the most favoured nation.
X. For so long as the Argentine Eepublic and Her Catholic Majesty shall not conclude a Treaty of commerce and navigation, the high Contracting Parties bind themselves reciprocally to treat the citizens and subject* of each State, in the levying of duties on the natural and industrial productions, the effects and merchandise which they import or export from the respective territories, as also for the payment of port dues, on the same terms as those of the most favoured nation.
All exemptions and all favours or privileges relating t<> commerce, customs or navigation, conceded by either of the two Contracting States to any nation, shall be ipio facto extended lo the subjects of the other State; and these advantages shall be enjoy! gratuitously, if the concession have been gratuitous, or otherwise) on the same conditions as have been stipulated for tlieui, or by means of a compensation settled by mutual agreement.
XI. The present Treaty consisting of 11 Articles shall be ratified, and the ratifications shall be exchanged at this court within tho space of one year, or sooner if possible.
In faitb whereof, we, the Undersigned, Plenipotentiaries of the Argentine Eepublic and of Her Catholic Majesty, have signed it in duplicate, and sealed it with our respective seals, at Madrid, on Mm 21st of September, 1868.
(L.8.) MAEIANO BALCABCE.
(L.8.) EL MARQUES DE MIBAFLOEES.
BRITISH ORDER IN COUNCIL, for enabling all Military Officers in Her Majesty's Service to enter the Military Service of the Emperor of China.—Osborne, January 9, 1863.
At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 9th day of
The Queen's Most Excellent Majestx In Council.
Wheeeas by an Order in Council, dated at Windsor the 30th day of August, 1862,* (reciting certain provisions of an Act passed in the 59th year of the reign of His late Majesty King George III, intituled, "An Act to prevent the enlisting or engagement of Her Majesty's Subjects to serve in Foreign Service, and the fitting out or equipping in Her Majesty's Dominions Vessels for warlike purposes, without Her Majesty's Licence"); Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, being desirous of enabling her subjects to engage in and enter the naval and military service of the Emperor of China, was pleased to order, and it was thereby ordered, that from and after the 1st day of September then next, it should be lawful for Horatio Nelson Lay, one of Her Majesty's subjects, and Sherard Osborn, a Captain in Her Majesty's Navy, to enter into the military and naval service of the said Emperor, and to accept any commission, warrant, or other appointment under the said Emperor, and to accept any, money, pay or reward for their services, and to fit out, equip, purchase, and acquire ships or vessels of war for the use of the said Emperor, and to engage and enlist British subjects to enter the military and naval service of the said Emperor. And it was thereby further ordered, that it should be lawful for every British subject to enlist and enter himself, by engaging and enlisting himself with the said Horatio Nelson Lay and Sherard Osborn, and no other person or persons whatsoever, in the military and naval service of the Baid Emperor, and to serve the said Emperor in any military, warlike, or other operations, either by land, or by sea, and for that purpose, to go to any place or places beyond the seas, and to accept any commission, warrant, or other appointment from or under the said Emperor, and to accept any money, pay, or reward for his service: provided always, that the licence and permission thereby given should be in force only for the term of two years from the said 1st day of September then next, unless by Order in Council, made in manner aforesaid, such period should be further extended;
And whereas Her Majesty, by and with the ad-' * Vol.