Kars and Erzeroum: with the campaigns of Prince Paskiewitch, in 1828 and 1829; and an account of the conquests of Russia beyond the Caucasus from the time of Peter the Great to the treaty of Turcoman Chie and Adrianople

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Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1856 - Iran - 332 pages
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Page 315 - Constantinople and of the Strait of the Dardanelles is declared free and open for all the merchant vessels of the powers at peace with the Sublime Porte, whether bound to the Russian ports of the Black Sea or returning from them—whether laden or in ballast —upon the same conditions as those stipulated for the vessels under the Russian flag.
Page 318 - ... to transport himself, with his family, his goods, his furniture, &c., into any country which he may please to choose, without experiencing any vexations or impediments whatever. - There shall be granted besides to the respective subjects of the two powers established in the territories restored to the Sublime Porte or ceded to the Imperial Court of Russia, the same term of eighteen months, to commence from the exchange of the ratification of the present treaty of peace, to dispose, if they think...
Page 316 - Akennann, for the purpose of regulating and liquidating the claims of the respective subjects and merchants of both empires, relating to the indemnity for the losses experienced at different periods, since the war of 1806, not having been...
Page 314 - Russian subjects being required to give notice to the local authorities, and still less to ask their permission. It is expressly agreed upon, that all grain proceeding from Russia shall enjoy the same privileges, and that its free transit shall never experience, tinder any pretence, any difficulty or impediment.
Page 311 - Mingrelia, and several other provinces of the Caucasus, having been for many years and in perpetuity united to the empire of Russia, and that empire having besides, by the treaty concluded with Persia, at Tourkmantchai. on the 10th of February, 1828, acquired the Khanats of Erivan and...
Page 313 - Sheriffs issued at different times. In consequence, they shall enjoy the free exercise of their religion, perfect security, a national and independent administration, and the full liberty of trade. The additional clauses to antecedent stipulations, considered necessary to secure to these two provinces the enjoyment of their rights, shall be inscribed in the next separate act, which is and shall be considered as forming an integral part of the present treaty.
Page 318 - XII. — Immediately after the signature of the present treaty of peace, orders shall be given to the commanders of the respective troops, as well by land as by sea, to cease hostilities. Those committed after the signature of the present treaty shall be considered as not having taken place, and shall occasion no change in the stipulations which it contains. In the same manner, any thing which in that interval shall have been conquered by the troops of either one or the other of the high contracting...
Page 316 - ARTICLE ix. The prolongation of the war, to which the present treaty of peace happily puts an end, having occasioned, to the Imperial Court of Russia, considerable expenses, the Sublime Porte recognises the necessity of offering it an adequate indemnity.
Page 311 - ... tribes hitherto committed, and which have so often compromised the relations of friendship and good feeling between the two empires ; consequently it has been agreed upon to consider henceforward as...

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