A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sunnuds, Relating to India and Neighbouring Countries, Volume 1

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Cutter, 1862 - India
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Page 216 - Burmese authorities competent in the like cases, and the ratification to be accompanied by all British, whether European or native, American and other prisoners, who will be delivered over to the British commissioners ; the British commissioners, on their part, engaging that the said treaty shall be ratified by the right...
Page 335 - Paknam, together with the number of his crew and guns, and the Port, from whence he comes. Upon anchoring his vessel at Paknam, he will deliver into the custody of the custom-house Officers all his guns and ammunition, and a custom-house officer, will then be appointed to the vessel, and will proceed in her to Bangkok. REGULATION II.
Page 216 - Upon the further payment of a similar sum at that place, within one hundred days from this date, with the proviso as above, the Army will evacuate the dominions of His Majesty the King of Ava with the least possible delay, leaving the remaining moiety of the sum total to be paid by equal annual instalments in two years, from this Twenty-fourth day of February 1826 AD, through the Consul or Resident in Ava or Pegu, on the part of the Honourable the East India Company.
Page 334 - ... introduced, shall be subject to revision by commissioners appointed on both sides for this purpose, who will be empowered to decide on, and insert therein, such amendments as experience shall prove to be desirable.
Page 334 - Whenever a scarcity may be apprehended of salt, rice, and fish, the Siamese government reserve to themselves the right of prohibiting, by public proclamation, the exportation of these articles.
Page 232 - George Canning, a member of his said Majesty's most honourable Privy Council, a member of Parliament, and his said Majesty's principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; — and the Right...
Page 242 - Undersigned have been authorized to consent to the exception of the Molucca Islands from the general Stipulation for Freedom of Trade, contained in the Treaty. They trust, however, that as the necessity for this exception is occasioned solely by the difficulty of abrogating, at the present moment, the Monopoly of Spices, its operation will be strictly limited by that necessity. The British Plenipotentiaries understand the term Moluccas...
Page 341 - English laws, and in the case of Siamese offenders, by their own laws, through the Siamese authorities. But the Consul shall not interfere in any matters referring solely to Siamese, neither will the Siamese authorities interfere in questions which only concern the subjects of Her Britannic Majesty.
Page 330 - But the consul shall not interfere in any matters referring solely to Siamese; neither will the Siamese authorities interfere in questions which only concern the citizens of the United States.
Page 331 - American citizen should fail to commence the cultivation or improvement of the lands so acquired within a term of three years from the date of receiving possession thereof, the Siamese government shall have the power of resuming the property upon returning to the...

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