Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 13, 1825
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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swell I, with respect to the -A. "
'aalrjf nhi g nnda and consignment merchandise and by A otro, all respecto a las consi. g naci OnCa y : 5))

wholesale, or retail, as with respect to the ventas por mayor y menor de sus efectos t
< ,loading, unloading, and sending off their y des mercadems, como de la carga descarsa 5,;
I I ships they being in all these cases to be dos y estos pacho de sus buques, treated as citizens of the casos, ser tratados como Ciuda- J ,
in which
II danos del pais en i
they reside, or at least to be placed on que 6'al mesas I .
fooling with the subjects puestos sobre un pie igual con los subditos ,1
or citizens of I
I the o Ciudadanos de '
most favored nation. naciones mas favors. 'j :.;
cidas. -
I ARTICLE 5th. "
ATJTHOMT *. ARTo. tg '.
The citizens or neither of the 5o. :
shall be contracting Los Ciudadanos de una il otra ; ."I.. :
...----------- parties liable to any embargo parte no ;
----- ------ ------ podran ser embargados ni detenidos '
nor be detained vith their vessels, cargoes'merc con
BUS embarcacione ,::
PRESIDENT OF THE a disrs, 01 effects for __ tripulaciones merca- I
:07 mrj UNITED STATES OF AMERICA any military denas, y efectos comerciales
i II I expedition, nor for any public or private nencia su perte- !
purpose whatever, without para alguna espedicion miii.tar, I' .
A r allowing to
J usos pubhcos, 6 particulars
a o those interested a sufficient indemnification. cualesquiera
que scan, sin conceder a los interesados una J ;
WHEREAS a General Convention of Peace, Amity, Navigation i and Commerce, AFTICLE suficiente indemnrz scion.' .;w
between the United States of America and the Republic cf Colombia, was concluded: Whenever the citizens of ARTo. 60. I "
and signed, at Bogota, on the third day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand shall either of the Siempre que los Ciudadanos de al H'
contracting paiies be guns
eight bandied and twenty-four ; which Convention, being in the English and refuge asm in the rivers forced to seek de las, paries contratantes se vieren p reci- :,
languages, is word for word as follows! : ? baysports, sadosa buscar 6 t
puuiih or dominions of the other, with their refuJ to, asilo en los rios, .l., ,.

General Convention 0'P ace, Amity\ JVavi- Convention Jcncral dt Paz, /lmistcd\; srls, whether merchant or of war, public ves- sus bah buques as, puertos, s'n, 6 dominios de la otra, con a +.I',

gationyand Commerce, between tile United Vfgacion, y Cumercio entre la Hejiublica' or private, t/rough stress of weather, purSUit publicos 6 ya guerra, r-
c Slates ( America and the Republic o de Lolombtu y tos Ltttadoa-Unidos de .1- of piraes or enemies, they shall be particulars, por mal ticmpo, 0) ;-
persecucion de II
.. received aid treated piratas 6 enemigos, seraa :' ;
menca, Am de 1824. with
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X:. Tll'li' NAME- n OF GOD, AUTIIOH AND LEGISLA- a.l. AJi. ..v.<>.U..u*....** M...... ..w aV.. A A....-.VY..MV.DEL .. *- ivr"-11 f.__- .....-i >..humanity.. .o\" ,rpair giv-.. recibidos y tratados,con humanidad, dan- I l I. }rA.' :
UNIVERSE.The ; ; r their sbtpa, aVh._au._ c- doles todo favor
TOll OF THS UA1VEUSO. PI'U'-YI.U rand -- y protection, para reparar '' t :
United Slates of America, and the Kcpaoai.a cie. Columbia y los Esia- : l jacing themselves ,in situation to s tua lon de continuar su via r, am vuataculo .1 s::j .:

Republic of Colombia, desiring to nuke dos-nidos dc .-America Ueaeando pacer contiue their vo'age1llbout obstacle or 6 eslorbo de ningun. enero. !1 ('F:

lusting and firm ihe friendship i and good duradera y t firme ia amistad buena liiteligtncia hindcnce of any kind.ARTICLE. J11
jnulet standing which happily prevails between que feiizincnuexiste cuire ambas 7ih. ARTo. 7o.TocJos t .'
both nations, have resolved to fix, ina Poiencias, han icsuelto liar de una nmne- AI the ships, merchandise, and effects los buques, merr.aderias y efectos 'tft t
manner clear, distinct, anti positive the ra Clara, di tint.i y pujitiva las regias! que belonging to the citizens of one of the con- pertenecientes a los :.CiudadAnos de una de r

rules, filch shall ia future be religiously deben observdt-roli iosamente en lo \'eniU tracti ; l parties, which may be capturedby las paries contratantes, que sean apresados nl

observed between the one and tic other: dero: por medic' de un iraiauo, o conven- pit lies, whether'within the limits of its. por piratas, bien sea dentro de los mites ro./.

by means of a Treaty or general Conventtan cion general de puz, amistuci, comercio y jurisdtiion or on the high seas, and may de su jurisdiccion, 6'; en alta mar, y fueren I ni:.,

of Peace, Friendship, Commerce, and iiavcgacion.Con;; be caned or found in the rivers, roads, llevados, 6 hallados en los rios, radas, ba- I

X Legation.Fcr bays, ports, or dominions of the other, hias, puertos, 6 dominios' de la otra, sera I f i '

ihis most:: desirable \lobject, the President csteiruy dcseablc objeto, cl Vice- shall le delivered up to the owners, they entrcgados a, sus dueiios s, probando eslos ;rti I..
of the United Slates America: 1 has Presidt nie de lu, Republica de Colombia I proviig in due and proper form their rights en la forma propia y debida sus derechos '

conferred full powers on RICHARD CLOUGHANP.KRSON enc 111ado del poder Ejecutivo, ha cout'et"1I '- ( before the competent tribunals ; it being ante los Tribunales competcntes ; bien en- \ i f
Junior, a citizen of the said do pitnos podeiesa. ?iiDuo GUAL, bucreta- well imltrstood that the claim should be ten did o que el rectam' ha de hacerse den rf
Stales, and their Minuter Plenipotentiary rio de Esudo y tie despacno ac reiacionesesteriorea iruav. within the term of 1 year by the parties tro del termino de u n ai o, por las mismas l

to the said Republic ; and the Vice President Ue la misma, )' el Presiding de I liemsclves, their attorneys, or agentsof Parses, sus apoderac os 6 Agentes de los i'
of the Republic of Colombia,-charged ios Estudos-L'niUos de America RICA itDO the respective governments. i-espectivos Gobiernos.ARJo.. !i ll 1i

with the Executive power, on PEDRO GUAL, CLOUGH ANDEUSON, el uienor, Ciudadano ARTICLE 8th. 80. ;
'Wrctary of State and of Foreign Relations -. de Uiclios Estudos, y Mmi&iro Plenipotenciario \Vhen any vessel belonging to the citi- Quando algun buque perteneciente a los I J1.! "!'
who, alter nutm ".....lu..tft-,1) heir cerce cle la dicha Republic zees of either of the, contracting par- ciudadanos de ulgur a de las antes contra I 1t:
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aatd lull! powers in due and proper form, CUl lit.w .1--r---- --- jprcsaUos -- -",Jsed. foundered or shall lames, naufrague, e' caIre, 6 sufra alguna t i
have cgiccd to the following Articles : ptenos puderes en ucuuiay butiu i suffer any damage on the coasts, or within averia, en {las costas, 6 dentro de los dominios i JJ.
(forma, han convenido en loo arlicuios>> &iguientcs. the dominions of 1 the :
other, there shall de la otra, se I Its dar toda ayuda y 'I }
\ be given to them all aaslaiaii a..u piuteciion i/tv.v..| UwS ........v m Jv 1**- -. 4.0 fcoslumbre '
ARTICLE rat. ARTo. lo. in the same manner which is usual con los buques de la cacion en l' 1

There shall: be a perfoct\firm, and inviolable Habra una paz, perfecta, firme, c inviolable and! customary with the vessels of the na- donde suceda la aneria ; {iermitiendo ins i- r.descarg i

: peace and sincere friendship betweenthe y amistad sincera entre la Repuolica tion \vhere the damage happens, permitting r el dicho buque (si fuere necesa- trio
Ust'itedStates of AnurLa; and the Republic de Colombia y-.lus stados-Unidos de A- them to unload the said vessel, if ne- ) de sus mercadcrias y efectos, sin co-

of Colombia, in all the extent of mciica, en loda Ia esitncion de sub post- ce...sar)', of its merchandises EC e "eciswilhout brar por #esto hasta que sean esportadoa, I t t!

V.)eir possessions an d".1 between siones y territorios, y entre bU s I pueblos y exacting for it any duty, impost, or ningun dcrecbo, im uesto 6 contribucion., 'I r 1r
their people and citizens respectively Ciudadanos rt pccuvuaienle siu iislincion contribution whatever, until they may be I I. Pf H
without distinction of persona or de person**, m lugarcs. e;'p arted. I J tAR

places. ARTICLE 9th. o. !o. .
ARTICLE 2d. ARTo. 2o. The citizens of each of the contracting Los ciudadatiQs de cada una de las Par I I'

The United States of America and the La Republica de Colombia, y los Esta- panics Shall have power to dispose of tes contratanies, ten ran, pleno pod r Dara I rtt1!'::

Republic of Colombia: desiring to live in dos-Unidos dc America, deseando vivircn their personal goods within the jurisdiction disponer dc sus bie el personates dentro i

peace and harmony with all the other nations paz y harmonra con las demus Naciones of the other, by sale, donation, testa- de la jurisdiccion della otraf por venta, day j 'l:

cf the earth by means of a policy la lierra, true medio de uu a polilica franca, meni, otherwise, and their representa- nacion leslamento, 6 de otro modo ; y sus r:

frank, and equally friendly with all, engage c jgualmtnte amislosa con ioias, se obli-, lives, bring citizens of the other party, representantes, siendo ciudadanos de I :i
inu'uully nol to grant any particular favor gad mutuamente a" no conceder luvoresparticuiures shall succeed to their said personal goods, la otra parte, succederdn t a sus dichos a 1 f ;f

to other nations in respect of commerce i u" olras nacioues, con lespccto whether by testament or ab intcstato, and bienes personates, ya sea por testa- ; ;i;

and l naiigiiion, which shall not immediately u comercio y navegacion, que no se haganinmedial.ml'ule they may take possession thereof, either mento 6 ab intestato, y podran tomar .' ,

become common to the other party, comun uunu u otra, quien by themselves or others acting for them, posec.ion de ellos, ya sea por si mismos,6 J 1

who shall enjoy the same freely, if the con! gozara.de ios mismos hbiemente, si la concesiou and dispose of the same at their will, por otros, que obr"en ellos, y disponer .1. .i
cession was freely made, or on allowing t'uesu hccha libremeulc, 6 pre&taitdo paying such dues only as the inhabitantsof de Ins mismos, segui For voluntad, pagando

the same compensation, if the concessionnas I la miama comp;ns cl"m, si la toncesion; tie country, \herein the said goods are, aquellas cargas Bola- ente, que los habitantes ; +
conditional.tti1)1'ICLL. fuerc coadicional. shall be subject to pay in like cases : Andif del puU en donde estan los referidos 5

JU..I ABTo. 3o. in the case of real estate, the said heirs bienes, estuvicrcn 'sujetos'f pagan en igua- ,p
Th citizens of the United States may Eos Ciudadanos de la Republica de Colombia would be prevented from entering into the les casos. Y si en el caso de bienes rakes, ,

'ic1e L &'nt all the coasts and countries of the podru.i frccuentar lodas las costas possession of the inheritance, on account los dichos herederos jfuesen impedidos de ;.

Ilepublic; of Colombia! and reside and y parses de los Estados-Unidus de America of their character of aliens, there shall be entrar en la posecion de 13 herencia par ram +;

trade there, in all sorts of produce, manufaciuies y lesidir, y iraficar en ellos con loda granted to them the term of three years to zon de su caracler dc cstrangeros, se les i

: and merchandise, and shall I pay svurtede prcducciones, manufacturas, ymercaderias dispose of the same, as they may think dar el termino de Ires anos" para disponer

110 other or greater duties, charges, or y no pa..aruu olros, 6 mayor- proper, and to withdraw the proceeds de ella come juzgueh convenient, y para '
fees, whatsoever, than the mist favored es, derechos, impuestos, 6 emolumcnioscuulesquiera without molestation, and exempt from all estraer el producto sin I molestia, y esenlos (
itaiivn is 01 shall be obliged to pay ; and quo los que las naciones nag rights of detraction, on the part of the de todo derecho de deduccion, por parte f i

they JsluU t! er.joy all the rights, priiilegcs, favorecitias estate 6 esiuvieren obligadai u government of the respective Staits.ARTICLE del Gobitrno de los respectivos Estad s. '

and exemptions: ; in navigation anti commerer pa,;ar ; gozarun lodos los derechos, pri- 10th. "\ ARTo. 100. !

which the most favored nation does tilt-jios y esenciones, clue gozan 6 grlz. ren Both the Contracting parties promiseand Ambas partes coutraJantes' se compro-
or shill enjoy, submitting themselves, los de la nacion mas iiivorecida, con re- engage, formally to give their spccir.lprotection meten.y.obligan formalmente i dar au Pray + ',

nevertheless, to the laws, decrees, and usages sptcto a" navegacion }' comercio someticndose to the persons and property of teccion especial a las personas y proprie- ,.i.

: there established, and to which are nu obstante, u las le yes, decretos, the citizens of each other, of all occupa- dades de los ciudadanos de cada unit reci- ,l #
submitted the subjects: and citizens of the )' usos eslablecidos, a los cuales estan suje-' tions, who may be in the territories subject procamente transeuntes: 6 babitantes de to- i F laM +I

most favored nations. tcs los subditos 6 Ciudadanos de las rio- to jurisdiction of the one or the das ocupaciones, en los territorios sujetos ;

In like manner the citizens of the Republic ciones :nas favoiecidas. Del nlismo modo other, transient ordwelling therein, leaving a. la jurisdiccion deuna y otra, dejandoles ;
of Colombia may frequent-all the coasts los Ciudadanos de los Estados-Unidos de open and free to them the tribunals of bi e rtosplibres los Tribunales de_ justicia, j fl

and.cotjKtrirs of the United Stales, and America podrun frccuentar tudas las costas justice for their judicial recourse, on the para sus recursos judiciales ; en los mis- 1

,re.ide and trade there, in all sons of pro. y.I liaises de la Republica de Colombia, same terms which are usual and customarywith mos terminos: que son de uso y costumbrepara -
voce, mauufuciuics, and nu-rchuitdiiic, and y itsidir y traficur en elks con toda suerte, the natives or citizens of the countryin los naturales 6 Ciudadasos, del pais < '

.all pay no other or greater duties charc- de producciones, manufactures y mercadcr'us which they may be ; for which they may en que residan ; para lo cual, podran em- i+

t'S, or fees, whatsoever, than the most r"0(1 y no pagaiun otros 6 muyores dere employ in defence of their rights such advocates plear en defensa de sus derechos aquellos d

\' l Ration 11 or shall obliged to pay chos, impuestos, 6 emolumentos cualesqui- solicitors, notaries, agents, and Abogados, Procuradores Escribanos- A- '.,,f

and they shall enjoy_ all the rights, privileges era, que los que las naciones mas favoreci- factors, as they may judge proper, in all gentes,6 Factoresque juzguen conveniente,
and exemptions in navigation and clan I ealun o i-stuvieien obligadas a' pa gar" ,: y heir trials al law ; and such citizens or agents en todos sus asuntos y litigios ; y dichos ,
Commerce, which the most favored nation gozaran de todos los d rechol, privilejios shall have free opportunity be re. ciudadanos 6 Agentes tendran la libre fa- ,

oes or sbull enjov submitting thcrnsr Yes, y esenciones, que gozan 6 gozaren los de '. sent at the decision and sentences of the cultad de estar presentes en las decisiones 1
)IC\erthrlrss, to the lAws, c1ecret' and u- la nacion mas favorecida respecto unavegacion tribunals, in r.ll'cases which may concern y sentencias de los Tribunales en todos los i

ltges, there established, and to winch are y comercio'sometiendose, no ob- them;and likewise at the taking of all examinations easos que Ics conciernan, como igualmenteal
hhluiued. the subjects and citizens of the statue, li las leyes, decretot y usus establccicios and evidence which may be ex tomar todos los examenes y declaraciones \ .ti+ ..
mOst fi.\'Oled nations. a los cuales estan sujetos los sub hibited in the said trials.ARTICLE. que se ofrezcan en los dichos liti$i-, I, ;

ditos 6 ciudadanos de faorecidal os. .,
Las naciones trios I ,a l
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ARTICLE 4lh. ARTo. 4o. It is likewise agreed that the most perfect Se con viene igualmente en qne los cmdadanos ; I I
t likewise Se conriene and entire security of conscience shall de ambas pams ,contratantea go- I +
nS agrted"that it shall beno.ly ademas que sera enter : de
free for all mercrvanls, commandil' mente libre y permitido, a los comerci be enjoyed by,,the. citizens of both the con zen la mas perfecta y entera' seguridad
"rs or tracting parties the countries subject to conciencia en' los ppaises'suetosa lajuris-
p s, and other C' tizcns of both tea, cotnandantesde buques, y otros Ciudadanos elloespuestosaserinquietados
OUntrits and the other, diccion da una ft otra, sin, quedarPor ; i<
the jurisdiction of the one
s, de arobos .
manage themselves their own paises mane jar sus n eo .1.1g 6
k UStness, "'. all inc ports" and places- sub-. .cios, por si mismos, en todos los puertos "without their being, liable to be disturbed mole.atadoa msentra t ton
de crccncia religioia,
4\ct to the jurisdiction of each other, as 'YI lu5 apes syjetos & la jurisdiccion de 'Q r molested.- on account. of their religious en ra su Ii

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detention and c aujetos d detention, y confiscation de.

belief,- .lonjj as they respect the laws,and CBpueslos, a ser iaquretac. s 6 moleslados' port fiscation, shall leaving be subject,free to the rest of the c : libre el recto del cargarnento' *l
established usages of the country. Moreover en"razors de su. creencia rellgiota, mientras that the owners may para que losduenos putda'u dipo-
: and the ship
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of of tic las nsos estaljlccidos.Ademas go de ellos como lo crean conteniente L
the bodies i of the citizen one q rcspeten .leyca No .
see proper.
of as they
.M1 the -contracting parties, who may die in de esto, podran sepultarsej los ca- sel pose of either oi the two nations shall be un buque de cualquiera de las do a
" the territories of the other, shall be buriedin daveres de los Ciudadanos de una de las tained the high seas on account of sera detenido, por'tejer,ibordo '

the usual burying grounds, or in other paries contratantes, que fallecieren en ,los on board articles of contraband, whe de contra ando, aiem4pre'd

- [ \ decent and Suitable places, and shall be territorios de la btra, en los cementerios' ing on the master, captain, or supercargo I st e, Capilf o obr argo t1l. ,
x protected from violation or disturbance. acostu mbradoa,6 en altos lug area ecentes, ever said vessel, will deliver up the article use,'a entregar los articulosi! cft\.UIf:, "
y adecuados, los cuales, ser n proiejidoscontra unless the buque quiera entregar los attic *
} contraband to the captor, -
d ,i toda violacion 6 tra&torno. and ol contrabando al apresaddr
of such articles be so great mrnO
ARTo. 12e. lily la cantidad de estos ariiculos
I' .. It shall be lawful for the citizens of tbe"United Sera licito a los Ciuda chaos de la Rp ub- large board a bulk the, that capturing they cannot ship without y de tanto volumen, que no sea puedan tin

States of America and of the Republic lica de Colombia, y de los Estadon-Unidosde on inconvenience but in this and in all red' idos a bordo del buque apresador

n' t :-' of Colombia to sail with their ships, America, naveg r con sus buques, con of just detention, tie vessel grandes inconvenientes i, pero en esta'
and security no toda seguridad; y libertad de- cualquitrapuerto cases en todos losotros ca&os dejustade-
' :,; with all manner liberty ) shall be sent to the nearest convenient
made who are the a las plazas 6 lugares de,;,, los que buque detinido serf enviado
distinction being proprietors de coalviun.ru safe port, for trial or judgment, *i
laden thereon son 6 furrcu en atleiuuie nctnigo mas inmediato, comodo ,
of the merchandize sin law. y "seguro> ,
.f thuac 1tY l H' Ue las dos partes conlraUntes, sentenciado
in thus piaoo ser juzgado y conforme
from any pnrt i
dialincion de \tos due.nos -
now are or hereafter shall be at enmity hacerse quienes son ley es.
with either of the contracting parties. It de las mercadcrias cargadas en cllos. 17lh ARTo. 17o.
laxvful for the citizens a- Sera igualmcnte licito a los referidos ciu- ARTICLE ,
likewise be frecuentcmenle
shall cuanto
it happens por sucedeque
dadanos con sus buques y m rca-- And whereas frequently
and navegar
the merchandises
..,, foresaid to sail with ships buques navegan para un puerto 6
for lugar
mentioned and to trade derias mencior.adas y traficar con la, nnstna vessels sail a port or place
t. before a un enemigo, sin saber
L libertad de los lugares to an enemy? without knowing Quo
' from seguridad, f.ut'rtos
and security y
" with the same liberty sitiado; 6
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blockaded or envestido
is ,
de arnbas ame besieged, ,
ensenadas de los enemigos
::1'. the places, parts, and havens, of those who y that vessel so cir' en que todo buque en Batas cir-.
elJas sin it is agreed every
. de
6 de :ninguna
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enemies of both or cither party, with- p rtes, alguna
are from 'ancias se pueda hacer volver de
stanced be turned di-
6 disturbio cuilquierano solo may away
disturbance whatsoever oposicion, ;,
r' t out any opposition or be drtain 6 lugar ; pero no sera deteni-
but shall not puerto
de or place ,
of directamente de los lugarcs enemigo ar- port
' y from the places I
not only shall of her cargo-, if not ni confiscada para alguna de su carga.
neutral riba mencionados luga s neulros, sino i nor any part
beforementioncd to
; the enemy, traband be confiscated, unless, after nj sicndo conlrabando: ; d menos
a ,
tambien cle un lugar pcrteiecienle un cnemigo -
i 1' places, buv also from one place belonging of such blockade or investment despues de la intimacion de semejante
,a otro enemigo, yi sea que esten ing,
;' 10 an enemy to another place belonging ba'o de unapotencia,6 bajo the commanding officer of the : 6 ataque, por el comandan'e! de
> whether be under the jurisdiction -
they .
> : an enemy,ofone or under several.'d la de diversas. Y queda qui estipulado, forces, she shall again; attempt to enter; luerzas bloqueadoras, intentase otra
power she shall be permitted to to entrar ; pero le sera permhido ir it quaI-'
..: it is hereby stipulated, that free ships que los buques libics, dan ttmbien )libertad go any
>., and thatevery a las mercaderias, y glue Se' ha de considerar port or place she shall think proper. el'a otro puerto 6 lugar que juzque con-
ff also freedom to goods,
sh give
of either that have Ni ningun buque de una de las
Jodo lo hailarc shall vessel may
.: '. thing shall be deemed to be free andexempl libre y esento qu; se a any
:' which shall be found on board the bordo de las huques pertertcientes '. log tered into such port before the same que haya ent'.ado en scmejante
,;.. the citizens: of either Ciudadanos de cualquiera de *s pates con. aciUully besieged, blockaded or 6 lugar, antes que tstuviese sitiado
ships belonging to the tratantes, aunque todo la card. 6 pane de by he other, be restrained from o, 6 envestido-por la otra, sera
parties, although
of the contracting de such with her nor if de dear el :al la;ar con su car-
thereof should ella pel'tt+'zca a enemigos vna u otra, place cargo
vhole lading, or any part ecrpluando siempre los articuKs de con, therein after the reduction and Jt nto, ni si fuere hallado alii tespues! I
of eilht
enemies ct ntra-
to the : ,
appertain de Se convien\.,xambien shall such vessel or her cargo be liable la rt.'ndicion v entr'f't.ft'" deusemFhntP It-
cxcepted. It is trabando guerra._ ... rxcara et lal nut j u o
allgu'e ta
. hand goods being always : --, T "* tllau. "f"at t'Vrtiiiai/aiiiril: l/ill tin.1 I C3Il/rCU;
iiueny DC t'xieiidea to persons who arc onboard se esiiciiiia alas personas que cei enuen- the owners thereof. a confiscation sino que seran r Batt'-

a free ship} with this elect, thai trcnabordode buques libies, con'el i de a sus tluciios.ARTo..

" although they be enemies to both or either que aunque dicfiys personas sean a mi- ARTICLE 18th. ISo.

party, they are not to be taken out of that gos de am bas t pares 6 de algut.alde: \alas, In order to prevent all kind of r3. evitar todo g .nero de clesorden en

free ship, unless they are officers or sol- no deban ser estraidos de los buq( ''s lures l in the visiting and examination of y examen de )los ouques y carga-:

H' dirrs, and in the actual service of the enemies a r menos! que sean oficiales 6 SoicUditf j en ships and cargoes of both the de ambas partes contratantcb en

: Provided, however, and it is hereby actual servicio de los enemigos : ;& 6ndi- parties on the high seas, they have mar, han convcnido mutuamente, que

'. agreed that the stipulations in this article cion no obstante, y se convienei aoii t-n mutually, that whenever vessel of \ ) que un buque de gueria, publico

... ; contained declaring that the flag shall cover esto, que las estipulaciones conlcnids" en public or private, shall' meet with a se emontrase con un neutral

\ the property, shall be understood asapplying el presente articulo, declarando que d Pa- tral of the other contracting party, parte coatrante, el primero peima-

to those. powers only who recog- bellon cubrc la propriedad, se onteideranapiicablessolamente first shall remain out of cannon shot, fuera de tiro de canon, y podrd man-
nise this principle ; but if either of the ii aquellas potncias may send its boat with two or three su bote, con dos 6 tres hombres sola-

'..; two contracting parties shall be at war que rtconocen este principio ; pe rosi al only in order to execute the said para ejecutaV el du ho examen de

'\: ,. with a third, and the other neutral, the guna de las dos partes contratantes, esluviereen tion of the papers concerning the papeles concernientesa la propiedad 1 y

flug of the neutral shall cover the proper- guerra con una tercera, y la otrapermaneciese ship and cargo of the vessel, del buque, sin ocasionarlamenores-

"'! J f ty of enemies whose governments ackno.v- neutral l, la bandcra le la causing the least extortion, violence or violencia 6 mal tratautiento, par

.::; ledge this principle, and not of other neutral cubrira la Pro, riedad de los ejeini-, treatment, for which the que los comandaiiles del dicho buque

'. gos! cuyos Gobiernos reconozcan esteprin- the said armed ships shall he set an responsable; con sus perso-
, : cipio y no de otn.s. with their persons and)rope'ty ; for y bienes ; a cuyo efecto los oman--

"I"J" ARTICLE 13th. ARTo. 13o. purpose the commanders of said de buques armados, por cuenta

, r It is likewise agreed 'that in the case Se conviene i igualmente que en 'el caso armed vessels shall, before receiving particulares, estaran obligados ,ante
r'.., where the neutral flag of one of the contracting de que la bandera! : neutral l de una de las I commissions, give sufficient security to entretf-"i'. bus *.winiione 0 pa*'
par- ,.... ......,.. any'F' dar fianza suficiente
parties shall protect the property tes conruiani pr'g a.---- I -- -- -' --" iict ma. \ a para res-
of the enemies of the other, by virtue of de los encm'igos. de la otra en viitud de lo Ar.d it is expressly agreed that tne r de los>> perjuicios que causen.

the above stipulation it shall ,'altar 1.4 rsfinularln: arriha. deberi ticmpre, enten- party shall in no case be required to $r ha convenido, espresamente, que ea
J understood that the neutral property derse, que las l propriedades neutrales enl board the examining vessel, for the- caso se exigira a la parte neutral lt'
. found on board such enemy's vessels shall coinracias a bordo de tales buques enemi- pose of exhibiting her papers or for vay& a bordo del buque examinaclof

.. ,, be held and considered as enemy's property go, han de tenerse y considerate como other purpose wh lt'ver. el fin de exihir sus papeles para cu-

and as such shall be liable to detention propriedades enemigas, y como tales esta- otro objeto sea el que fuere.

., :' i and confiscation, except .such property as rats sujetas a de'encion y confiscacion ; ARTICLE 19Jh. ARTo.: 19o.Para .
',: Was put on board such vessel 1 before the tearPuandosolamenteaquellas propriedades To avoid all kind-of vexation and evitar loda clase de vejamen ya"

', w declaration of war, or even aferwards, if clue hubiesen sido puestas a bordo de tales in the examination of the papers !>>o en el examen de los papeles relativos

,'. it were done without the knowledge of it ; buques antes de la declaration de la guerra to the ownership of the vessels bolon; propriedad de los buques pretenecien-

but the contracting parties agree; that y aun despues, si hubiesen sido !embar- to the citizens of the two contracting u sos ciudadanos dt las dos partes con-

.. two mouths having elapsed after the declaration cades en dichos buques, sin tener noticia ties, they nave agreed, and' do agree, han convenido y convienen, que
: their citizens shall not plead ignorance de la guerra ; y se conviene, que pasados' in case Gtof tnem should be enIP :' caso de que una de ell&s estuviere en
thereof. On the contrary, if the dos meses despues ,de la declaracion, lob war, the ships and vessels belonging los buques, y bajeles pet teneClentes

fei .-'flag of the neutral does not protect the e- ciudad anos de una y otra parte no podianalegar citizens of the other must be rUI ciudadanos de la otra, seu provistos

; : nemy's property, in that case the goods que la icnora an. For cl contrario, I with sea-Jellers or passpons, letras de mar, 6 pas lportes, espresan-
and merchandises i of the neutral, 'embarked si bandera neutral, no las I the
, t protegiese prupiedadeaenemigos name, property, anti bulk uf the d hombre, I propriedad! y lamaiio dell u-
in such enemy's ships, shall be free. entonces serutii! libres I as also the name and place of como tanibien cl i hombre y lugardela

(. ... los efectos y mercaderias de la parts neutral 1 the master or commander of said \'t's del \'idt"strr, 6 Com ldantl', i

?., l, embarcadas. en buques cnemigos. in order that it may thereby appear, dc que se vea que el buque, real y ,ere
/' ARTICLE 14th. ARTo. Uo. i the shia.\; \ really and truly belongs to pertenece a sos ciudadanos de
'_/, --- This liberty of navigation and commerce Esta librrtld de navegacion y cdmercio citizens of one of the parties they de las paries ; y han caiivenido igual

, shall extend to all kinds of'merchanr se estendeta, a todo genero de mercaderias. I likewise agreed that such ships being que stando car ados los espresi-

I'': discs, excepting: those only which are distinguished eceptuando aquellas solamente, que' sedis- ilen, besides the said sea.lt>trrrs or I buuts, ademas de las letras de roar,6
:;},.' i by the name of contraband, aneli.t tinguen con cl hombre de conlrabando) y 1 ports, shall also be provided with cstarati lambien provistos de

i; ; .. under this name of contraband, or prohibited bajo Bate nombre de contrabando 6,clcctosprohibiclos cates containing: the several queconiengan log por menorcs

:t, goods, shalt be comprehended se com prenderan : tilt' carjf',, and the place whence the curgamenio, y el lug t'.de tionde salio

,f.r.-1' 1st. Cannons, mortars, howitzers, swivels lo. Canones, morteros, obuces( pedrcros, sailed, so that it may be known \\ buque, para que asi pueda sabcrse si
,t : blunderbusses, muskets, fuzees, rifles, trabucos mQ CJueles, lusilesr, rifles', cara- any foi bidden or contraband, goods be a ,u bordo algunos eriecios probibidos

t.' ": carbines, pistols, pikes, swords, sabres, binas, pistolas, picas, espadas, sables lan-I blard the same ; which certificates contrabando, cuyos certificates sera

, ;, )ances, spears 1 halberds, and granaries, zas, chuzos, alabardas, y granada, boni- I made out by the cfliccrs of the per los oficiales del lugur de la
tombs, powder, matches, balls, and all other bas, polvora, mechas, balas, con lay; !denas whence the ship sailed, in the del buque, en la forma acostum-pro-

jump things belonging to the use ,of these cosas correspondieales al uso de eatas ar- form ; without which requ;sites Slid a, sin cuyos reqaisitos el dicho buque

.' ; mas. sels may .be detained to be adjudged ser detenido, para ser juzgado por el
2mlly. Buckleis, helmets, breast-plates, 2o. Escudos, casquetes, corazas,1' cotas ihc competent tribunal, and may be 1 declara-
competente, puede ser
coats of mail, infantry belts, and clothes de malls, fornitura;, y vestidos hectlus en Glared legal prize, unless the said buena presa, a menos y satisfagan, 6
made up in the form and for a militaryuse forma, y a. usacza miliiar. i I shall be satisfied or supplied b)' el defecto con testimonios que entera-
; 30. Bandoleras caballos con '
y junto sus entire equivalent. equivaleiHes.ARTo..
> .I r d ly.a Cavalry belts, and horses with armas y arnescs. | ARTICLE 20th.It 20o. ,
\htir .urotture. 4o. Y generalmente toda especic de is further
arms agreed that the Se ha convenido ademas
i 4thly. And generally, all kinds of arms e instruments de hierro, : acero, above expressed relative to the que las estipu

w and instruments of iron, .steel, brass, and bronce, cobrc, y otras niaterias cualesqui-, and examination of vessels, shall apply de anlenorcs buques relativas al solamente examen y a

copper, o:- of any other materials-manufactured era, manufacluradas, prtparadas, y loi- ly to those which sail without conv seaplicaran
sin cuando
prepared and formed madas qae navegan conbo) y que
expressly to espresamente para hacer la guerra and when said vessels shall be under dichos
buques estuvieren de con-
make war by sea or land."ARTICLE. por mar, 6 tierra. I verbal bajo
i declaration
15th. voy, I of the ), seri bastante ladeclaraciou verbal del
15o. mander of the convoy, on his word of h
All other merchandises and things not Todas las dermas mercaderias, y efectos or, that the vessels under nis honor to del comboy, baja su palabra
de los estan bajo
in the les que buques
comprehended art contraband no comprendidos en los articulos de con belong to the nation whose flag he que
explicitly enumerated and classified as trabando esplicitamente enumerados -and when proteccion ertenecen a la nacion, cuya.
y they are bound to
above, shall be held and considered as free, clasifirados en el articulo anterior, ser'Nn port, that they have no an !Ilcvan, y cuando se dirijen a un
p, and subjects of free and lawful commerce, tenidos, y repuiados por libres, y de, lie ito on board, shall be sufficient. go enemigo, que los dichos buques no
' so that they may be carried artd transported y libre comercio, de modo, que elks pue- a su bordo articulos de contrabando

l in the freest manner by bath the contracting dan ser transportados, y llevados de la ma ARTICLE 21st. guerra.

parties, even ;o places belonging nera mas libre, por los ciudadanos de am- It is further agreed that in all ARTo. 21o.
I to an enemy, excepting only those places bas panes contratantes, aun a los lugares established courts for prize cases
which that time causes, in ha convenido ademas en todor
are at ,
besieged or blocked pertenecientes a un enemigo de una u otra, country to which the prizes que
up ,; and to avoid all doubt in this particular eceptuando aolamentc aquellos lugares 6 ducted, shall alone take may be casos que ocurran, solo los Tribunals
it is declared that those places only plazas, que est n.al mismo licinpo sitiadas them. And whenever such cog isance os para causas de presas, en el

are besieged or blockaded which are obloqueadai ; y para evitar coda duda encl either party shall tribunal que las presas sean conducidas, tQ"
actually attacked by a belligerent force particular se declaran sittadas 6 bloque-- gaiiut ves el pronounce nconocio1iento de ellas. Y siempre,
: any >> or goods
11\ capable preventing the entry of the neutral. adas aquellas plazas, que en la actualidad : claimed by the citizens of or semejanie Tribunal de cualqu era de
I. esluviesen aucadas por una futrza ,;de un : the sentence or decree the cihcr paries, pronunciase sentencia contra al*
.. de mention buque efectos 6 reel-
beligeranie capaz impedir la entrada del reasons or motives propriedad
c : neutral shall have been founded on whkh'the por los Ciudadanos dc I? otra parts,
r Ii ARTICLE 16th. ARTo. 16o. Gated copy of the and an auth teritencta 6 decretubara[, mcncion de las

The articles of contraband, before enu Los articulos de contrabando antes enu- of all the proceedings sentence in or decree, 6 motivos en,que aquella se haya
merated :and classified, which may be merados:y clasifitados, que se hallen''en un demanded, be delivered the case, shall y se entregara sin demora algunf
w found in a vessel bound for dcstiuado 4 to the 6 de dicho uqueS1'
an enemy's buque Puerto enemigo] csta-: : er or agent of said Agente
yeascl, without' de u
1 olicit stJ un teBumouio autentico .

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PI'inr; the legal fees for the sentencia decreto, 6 de todo el proceso, circumstances will permit them, to form: a consular Convencion Consular," que declare mil et e': \ '

drltf t i ht p&gando por 61 llo8 dfrechos le1ales.ARTo. : convention, which shall specially the powers cialmente los poderes E inmumdades de.los Con'lu.

Nee' ARTCLE22d.irinf 2 o. of the and respective immunities parties.of the consuls and vice-consuls les'y Vice Consoles de las partes respectivas. J'

rer one of the contracting parties Siempre que una de las partes contra- ARTICLE 31st. ARTo.Slo.
encaged In war with another State, tintes cstuviere empenada en guerra, con The United States of America and the Republicof La Re P.1ica de Colombia y los Estados- ,

spa u he Of the other coniract'.n! party otro Es:ado, ningun Ciudadano de la otra Colombia, desiring to make as durable as cIrcum- de Amencs,de ando pacer tan duraderas y firmes( j;

110 'tizen athe commission, or I letter of parte contratante accptara una comisiori 6 stances will permit the relations which are to be como las circumstancias lo permitan las relaciones I
ball i accept established between the two parties by virtue of que han de establecerse entre las
1 of assisting or co- Tetra de marca p.ara el objeto de ayuda 6 dos Potencias, I,
for purpose this Treaty, or General Convention of Peace, Ami- en virtud, del presente tratado 6 convention t
Jf1a tin'ff hostilely, with the said enemy co-oAerar hostilmente con el-dicho enemi- ty, Commerce and Navigation, have declared solemnly de'paz, amistad, navegaciou y eomercio, hn general decla-

' 0er' st the said party so. at war, under the go contra la dicha pane que este asi en and do agree to the following points: ratio solenncmcntey convienen en los puntos siffui*

'Bi10 being treated as a pirate. guerra, bajo la pena de ser tratado comopirata. cnlcsi
pit iD of 1st. The present Treaty shall remain in full force lo. El presente tratado per/nanecerd en su fuerza -
and virtue for the term twelve years,to be count y vigor por cl termino de doce altos contadot
ARTICLE 23d. ARTo.230.Si ed from the day of the exchange of the ratifications, desde el dia del range de las ratificaciones, en to. '.
by any fatility which cannot be exited por alguna fat alidad, que no puede in all the parts relating to commerce and naviga- do los puntos conccrnientes a comercio y navega-

: and which God forbid, the twornntractin rsperarse, y que Dios no permita, las dos tion ; and in all those parts which relate to peace cion, y en todos los demas puntos que se refieren d

parties should be engaged in a partes contratantes se viescn empenadjos and friendship, it shall be permanently and perpetually paz y amisiad, sera permanente. y per P tuamentc
binding on both power, ubligatorio para ambaa potenoiae.2o. .
Oar: with each oiher, they have agreed, en guerra una con otra, han couvenido r 2dly. If any one or more of the citizens of either Si alguno, 6 algunos de los Ciudadanos de unatl

, na do agree, now for then, that there convienen de a ora para entonces, que 'secnncrdr. party shall infringe any of the articles of this Treaty otra parte infringiesen alguno de los articulos con- I

!hill be allowed the term of six months to ... el termino de seis meses a los such citizen shall be held personally responsible lenidos en el presente tratado, dichos ciudadanosserdn t

merchants, residing on the coasts and: comerc'untes residentes en las costas y en I for the same, and the harmony _and good correspondence pcrsonalmente responsables.sin que por esto :
between the two nations shall nct bc interrupted sc interrumpa laharmomay buena 3
of each other ; and the term los puertos de cnlrambas, y cl termino de correspondencia i
the ports thereby ; each party engaging no wayto entre las dos Naciones, comprometiendose cada ; '
or one year to those who dwell in the inferior un alto a los que habitan en el interior,, protect the offender, or to sanction such viola d no protegerde modo alguno al ofensor, 6 sanci-una t

to arrange their business and transport para arrcglar sus negocios, y tran.poriur tion. ondr sermejante violacion.

,their effects wherever they please sus efectos a, dondc quicran, dndoles: ;el 3dl)'. If (what, indeed,cannot oe expected,) un- So. Si (lo que d la verdad no pueJc esperarse) a!

to them the safe couduci necessary salvo conducto necesario para ello, que Iessiva fortuiutch, any of the articles contained in the present degraciadamcntc, alguno de los articulos content-, j. f.
riving shall be violated or infringed in dos el
Treaty any en presente tratado, iuesen en #
sufficient de ,suSciente ,cion hasta alguna otramaner.iviol.idos '
hlch Serve as a prot ( que
it may protection it is !
for ; other way whatever, expressly stipulated that 6 infringidos, se estipula
until they arrive at the designated! lleguen al puerto que designen. Los CiU- neither of the contracting parties will order or authorize mente que ninguna de las dos partes contratantes espresa-, ,i

The citizens of all other occupations dadunos de otras ocupncioncs, quo se hal- an) acts of reprisal I, nor declare war againstthe ordenaia, 6 autorizard ningunos act os de represalia, I
port :
'ho may be established in the territories lenestablt-cidos en los territories 6 domin't- oilier, on complaints of injuries damages, unjtil 111 decla rata la guerra contra la otra por quejas de ,
u de Colombia 6 los Es- the said party considering itself offended, shall iijurias, o dons, pasta que la parte se of-
dominions of the United States and ofthe os de U Republic* i L" que crew
er first have presented to the other i statement of'such ciuhda, hay antes presentadod la otra
Henublic of Colombia, hall be respected tados-Unidos de America, seiin respeia- verified don de una esposi- ; '
injuries or damages, by competent proof aquella injurias, 6 dafios, veriftcada colt
and maintained in the full enjoyment of dos, y mantenidos en el pleno ,goze ,de su and demanded justice,and satibtiction, and the same pruebas y testimonies competentes, exigiendo jus- _

their IJ'rsonallibel'ty and property, unless liherlad nersotial. *v nroniedadt. a, menos nue.. shall have been either refused conducta les esta layed.4lhly.. rido sin razon.4o <<
particular conduct shall cause them su particular hags perder
their in this contained shall Nada
Nothing Treaty de cuanto
se contiene el ;
tnis which in consideration proteccion, en consideracion a. la hu-, en presente
lafoifcit que ,
however be construed tratado
or perate contrary to se construird. sin embargo, ni obrard
of humanity the contracting parties inauidad, las partes contratantes se comproiueten former and existing public Treaties with other Sovereigns contra tie otros tratados publicos anteriores, y exis-, en .; ,

ear' ;1ie to give tl1t'm. u prc tarl's. or:;tatcs. tentes con otros soberanos 6 E&ta os. -

> ARTICLE 24th. ARTo. 24o. Tne present Treaty of Pace,Amity, Commerce, El prebenleti-atado de paz, amistad, navy gacion, r

'Neither the debts! due from individuals Ni las! deudas contraidas par los indivi and Navigationshall/ be =\proved and ratified by y comercio, &era ratificado por el Presidente 6 Vice f..
the President of thc Unix d States: of America, by Presidente de la Hepubhca de Colombia
of the one nation lohe individuals of me duos dc una Naciun, con los individubs and with the adore aid consent of the Senate del poder Ejecutivo, encargado : S.

other, nor shares; nor moneys, which they 'de U I otra, ni las acciones 6 dineros, qm- thuieuf Ami by the President of the Heuuhhc: of hiinou del Cotr'teso de la.conconscntimento mi.ma v y.n_ -i yapro-'>___* ;
aha\': in nublic! funds' r tH nuhli., h.. ..11PtOA .un: .dft 1". 1'.....:..r JI-L I. ..' G } 11 l.\JJChfJa, wtitc consent and approbation ot the dente ae IOS itucloiLrnidos:: de America, con con- }:
pnva\c h.U K.S, shsll t ever, in any event cl Ius buncos pubiicos, 6 pnvudos, sera jams Loubres3 of ihe slue, and tile ratifications shall he scj'j, y consentimento del Senado de los mbmos ; y '

tear, or national difference, be sequestered secuej trados 6 confiscados en nigl' ,..- e ch.Lnbt.4J in lh !r'ity ot Washington within eight Jasratilicacionesscrdncangeadas en la Cmdad de b
I montns. tube coated from the date of the signature \> asiiiiigton dentro de ocho meses contados dcsdee&te r
or confiscated. caso de guerra, 6 dderencianacional. !' nercoi or jOG't if possible.In dia, 6 antes si fuese posible. f'.:t(;.,
ARTICLE 25th. ARTo. 25o. uitu \vhcrc4Vethe Plenipotentiaries of the En f fe ae lo cual nosotros los Plenipotenciarios de >

Both the contracting parties: being des eseando antics partes contratant, Untied aUtt-aof: : ;tnenca and of the Republic ofColo.'ubia la Hepubhca de Colombia,y de los Esudos-Unidos

eirous avoiding all inequality; in relationto evitd-r toda difenncia, roiativa a etiqueta hate &\ucd anti scaled these presents. de America heinos firmado y seliado las presentes.Dcidas 11"1!
Done in the C' tot llu6'ota, 011 tHe third day of en !a Cmdad de Bogota. el dia Iresde Oc
their public communications and ofiiciai j en sus conmnicaciones, y correspond nciUsdiplum 1
October, in the )cr of our Lord one thousand tubre del alto del Senor nul ocho cientos veinticua- :s:
intercourse, hsve agreed, and do agree, to iticaa han cols tii:too ysi: tnhmo, )" 1 tight hundred and twenty-four, in the forty- tro, dccimo cuarto de laindependencia de la Repubhca # ; ;

grant to the envoys, ministers, ant) other ctinvieutn en conc:'der u sus! Enviadoh.Mmisuos limn vc..r ot tile independence of the United de Coloaibu,) ciudragesimo nono dc U de los !i i

public agents, the same favors, immunities, y OU'IJSbentl' DipJomatlc&s| :! tate vi Ann.-iica.4ui. \ toe fourteenth of that of thetitpualc Lstados-U mdus ae lUerl' a. rp
ich of los mismos favort-s ininuttKiddc-s ol Loluinlia.UlCiiAuiJcLOUGlI. !:' r'll.LJu'r.
and exemptions those the most ) tben- .
1s..ts.j ANDERSON. Jr. (L. s.) l'f 1HO GUAL, .fli
luvorcd nation do shall it ciones de lo venidero
or enjo; ; being qu? gguzan. u gozaren en .
LiU..j: PLlfittJ GkUL. (t.s.) KICliAUD CLOUGH ANDERSON Jr.
understood that whatever faxes, immuni- lus de las naciones mars fuvcre.cidas, !JI

ties, or privileges) the United Slates of A- bien entend.do que cudiquitT: L*6r, inmu- I AN'DVHE11ES the said Convention has been duly ratified on both parts, and the respective ratifica-

inciictt or the Republic of Colombia may nidad 6 privilegio, que la Repubuca de Colombia r lions of tin; :&U&'Crt: XCll.'>i ed, at Washington, on the twenty, seventh day of the present month, by IQ

find it proper to give to the ministers a.d 6 los Estad\s-U uidus America, ; DASIEL URE.IT, Cud Clerk, ot cue Uepartment of tate, and JO MARIA. SOLAZAH, L. L. D. )o'iSC6of the
lltbu i;ourtot Justice ot'liie Kcpubnc of Colombia, and savoy Extraordinary ld Minister
public agents of any other power, shall by tengan por convcniente dispeiibar a los En- Plenipotentiary! :
tliereoi of United
: near the Ucureniaicnt the States America, on tne part of their respective Govern- d
the same act be extended! to those of each viattos, Minisiros, y Agenies Diploma, mcHbo_ ; :

'of the contracting parlies.ARTICLE : cos de otras 1'otenci.is, se ha,.;a por el mis-' iNO\V, therefore be it known, that I, Jons QCIXCT ADAMS, President of the United States, have causedthe i id

mo hucUo eslinbivoa.: l los de una y otra ae &* las partes contratantes.ARl'o. I may be observed amtuitillcd with good faith by the United States a.:..l the citizens thereof. ;
In Witness utiereot l nave hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of the United States to be ,
fi6th. 26o. : ailixed. Done at the City of Washington, this'thirty-first day of May, in the year of our III r
To make n/ore eflcctfl the p.ct.tluu Para hacir mxc fwctiva la PratG<1.tutl, ;r.. *.} Loru, one uiuua-mi "ijriu tiiindrcd and twenty-five, and of the independence of the United :;
which the United d the Republic que U Republicade Colombia los Est- state) liic tuny-ninth. : H

of Colombia shall afford 'n future to the tios-Unidosde America, duivtn en adelante .' JOHN qUINCY ADAMS. : It e

nzrigaticn and commerce of the citizens of u la r.avegaci,'(u y comercio tie los ciudadanos By the President : 'I -

each other, they agree to receive and ad- de una y otra, se cosvicnen en reci- 11* CLAY, Secretary Mate. !! ,

suit consuls and uce-consuls in all the bir y admitir Consules, y Vice Consults I 'I

polls open to foreign commerce who shalltujuy en lodus los put rtos abienos al comercio --------------------- --- --------" ,

: in them all the rights, prerogatives, estrangero, quienes guzar .a rn elks todos l \ && a TW'EINESDA1' sicns arc now desirable, but will, with the increase 1 ,
and immunities, of the consuls and vice- los dereciob, prerrogativas u inmumdades t S' V of our commerce with Colombia! become every .

consuls ot the most favored nation ; each de lus Consules, y Vice Consults tie la nation JULY 13, 1lS25.: year mere and more valuable. ,

coiuracling parly, however, remaining at teas lavorccida, qucdando no obitante ,

liberty to except iho ports and places in en hbertad cad parte con'ratante, para We present our readers with a paper today in During the revolutionary war, Gen. Lafayette
which the admission and coi !t'quence of the length of the Treaty between being
residence of such ccepiuar uquellos puerto>> y lugares en quitla
consuls may not seem convenient. aUmision y residencia de seuze antes: the United States and: Colombia which we are required a Ball. He went as requested, but insteadof f
to publish entire in one sheet. We shall
joining in the be
as might
Consults, y Vice Conaules parezca.conenieiiie. publish again on Moiday next, thereby giving our
\ subscribers three papers in two weeks, to atone for expected of a young Frenchman of 22, he

ARTICLE 27ih. ARTo. 27o. the absence of news in this. An editorial article addressed the ladies thus : "Ladies, you.

In order that the consuls and vice-con Para que los Con ules, y Vice Consults prepared for this paper is postponed 'till Monday are very handsome, you dance very prettily ti

suls (.1' the two contracting parties! may de Us (cios parted cuntratames, puedan g6- icr want of room. your ball is very fine, but my soldiers')
-- < ccttoerCCUttc -- "
enjoy the rights, 1 lrerobgaU 'es, and immu- air Us derechos, prtrrogativas, e inrnunidadcs have no shirts. The appeal was irresis-
COMMUNICATED.MR. tible the ball ceased the ladies home ,
lIHU'S, which belong to them, by their dun Ls correspoden por su caracter HUXT-Thc election for Delegate to Congress ; ran
;.1J11iC i character, they shall, before Ctiier- pubiico, mites de entrir en el rjercicio oe| has taken place and the returns made.-The and want to work, and by the next day a

J n!; on cue exercise of their functions, exJtibst sus funcioncs, presiniatdii su comiston'6patenteen !flaw of the Territory, enjoins it on the l Executive large number of shirts were prepared by ;. ; ;

the;; commission or pdiei.l in due la fur.iia debidaal Gobiemno con I) to announce by proclamation, the result of the EItctlon. the fairest hands of Baltimore, for the gal -
and to dechre the who elect lant defenders of their
fart is duly
m to the government to which they arccrelih'd quien eaten creditudos, y habiendo obtenido person country. ;
ed. As one of joursub.-cribers, I will thank you to j,
( ; and having obtained iheir.Ljceouatur ol cxiquutur, serau ttnidos conside- -
y ntbiin tie: public, tie cause of the omission. Petersbur .-.The Russian census exhibits an In.
they shall be held and r d'Js runic tales todus las !
cores' autorida-
iI- por
A Subscriber.In crease of her serfs for the year 1822, of upwards of ;
e'ti c.ts such, by all the authorities d. a iiujisirados habitantes del f
u> distrilo
agisiaiih y I answer: to the enquiry of our correspondent we halfa million. Amongst the deaths are enumerated It'
; ami<<1 inhabitants, in the consular dis- Consular en que t'esidan.A would state, that we doubt not the cause of the 0missiunl 213 persons who reached the age of 115 to 150 :

tri<,t in v hch they resi.le.ARTICLE the lute severe illness of the Secretary of years! An old sentiment compares freedom to the t

28th.It 28o. I: Floridawh \ in the absence of ihe (Governor, is the air-for without it we die. They manage these : ..
officer to duties incumbent iheExecutive. things differently in Moscow, Sec.Eg1 .
is likewise agreed that the consuh Sc ha convenido proper perform on
gualmcnle, que .-Ed. Pen. Ga:. .-The Pacha is urging the cultivation of
their secreLries, olFcm, and persons attached Cottsulrs, sus_ Secretaries, officiates y pcr- sugar throughout his dominion, and by way of increasing f
to the service of consuls, they no:. sums agregadas al servicio de los consu- --- --1 attfLt.M. ax,1.2U---- a --- the moral force of his people he intends j j' .

being citizens of the country in which the laGo (no siendo ebtas personas ciudadanOs from National( Intelligencer. distilling large quantities of rum, which will give ;

consul resides, shall be exempt from all del pais en c!ue el Cons reside eslarauc&eiiios ? The Treaty of Colombia occupies much space, them spirit for the bastinado. 1
) in our columns to da}', part of which: occupied by
public service, and also\ from all! kind of de lodo servicio pubiico, y idol- the Spanish versionc would willingly have
The late Viceroy of Peru LA SERNA, arrived ".
tuxes, imports and contributions bicu de loda to matter of interest. The other ,
except{ especie de pechos, impuestos.y ; given up more of
about the tenth
Rio Janeiro
these which they shall be obliged to pay contribuciones, eceptuando a quilt(,., qtieL part of it, however, must be interesting to almost at
en \'er'cMlcr.. March, and proceeded on the 26th, in a",
of -
account commerce, or their propxii- -iiobiigadosd pagar por raZOR de coniercio The Treaty goes into detail somewhat more, French ship, for Bordeaux. General Can-

ly, to which the citizens :and inhabitants, 6 piopiedad, y 6. las cuales est asu1'etus :, perhaps, than may be thought necessary but tne terac arrived at Rio on the .24th of March
)lathe and foreign, of the country in which los Ciucladanos, y habitantes iiatu- circumstances under which it was negotiated may
few for France.
and sail in
they reside>> are subject, being in every rules, y estrangcros del! pais en que resides have required particularity. The whole Trea- was to a days

thing besides:! subject to the laws of the queclando en lodo lo demas, sujetositt ty contains tie! most amicable, pacific, and reasona- .
ble in the of which discover
stipulations provisions we
respective Statts. The archives and las ieyes de los n spectivos Estados. Las -
noshing but a liberal spirit and perfect ;Jnm IIVg
of the consulates shall be rc&pecitdHiviulably archives y papcles de los cony t i I!ties seraurespeiados There are some provisions which Appearto : t

and under no pretext uuntevrrll inviolablemenle bajo ningUnpretcsio us to be new, or of rare occurrence, in Treaties.
ai.y magistrate seize, ur in any way los ocupaiu magisirado alguuo, nr \\'e refer here to some of those provisions which Tort ot Pensacola. ,
the of neutrals and limit those of
ititelf.re with them. teudra.cn tHus ninguna intervencion. prescribe rights
belligerents, ana to some also of those which lookto CLEARED.June .
ARTICLE 29th. .A
The said consuls! shall have power to require the Los dichos Consules UTo.tendran 290.pod. r dc rcquerir el I the contingency which we(most which sincerely God forbid,Amen says)tbe1'I'eatlto of 12.-Schr. Mary \VaihingtonRae, ..
tls.etuce! of the authorities of the for auxdio tie las autondadcs say 18 bales cotton and
country the locales Para la prision, tine two countries being engaged in a war with each Philadelphia; Cargo
terra ticru-mion. and cukUxh dcserlu's fi'cml1h dote:: tc ion y custodixdr lus descrtorcs de and Nisbet 2
buquespublicos other. On these points, the two nations, uniting 1800 Ib copper by Stone ;
rutlicatid"'at pr ute vessels of"their ctmi.lrv.', and for y particulareB de su pais, y para este obje- in the Treaty seem to hold to each other and to the bales cotton by Geo. C. Tod; 30000 feet
purpose shall address themselves lo se Uiri 'uau d dos Tribunalcs
they : to the Jueces scompetenfes. l
y this evil
world, language "War is a great ,
; Master.
courts lumber the
tlebhlltq! ,judges, and officers competent, and, shall y pedinin los diclios desertores pprescnto and ought alwas to be 'avoided. Conscious of by 1
the said, deserters in writing, proving by an probando por una presentation de los regikiros the infirmity of our nature, and of the weakness 1 --- ,
IIii exhibition l! of the registers of the vessel's or s up', de los bucjues, rue del equipage, otros dpcuuientos of all human resolutions, we will not trust I,
v we ur Other pubhc documents, that those men publicos, que aquellos hombres! eran par- to our wishes, hopes, or convictions. War shall 1JlL1.C ..a.L'EOn r
!pj.rt ot'the said crews ; and on this demand, le de las dichas tripulaciones, v a estu demanda asi inevitable inst.
M.! H"ud be averted from us, if possible ; but, if Wednesday ,the 20th .i<
rrwt (saving however, where the contrary. i i.. prouada (menos no obstante cuando seprobare o let us at least deprive it of half its horrors, by
uOtoetlelntrryiiiall: Hot be refused, buch: con t f'.a 1'10) ne se rcusard la eutrcga. Semijantesde.ccrtorcs far the and WILL BE SOLD i
ue relieving, as as possible, persons
r loft I1tI"b\Le! u" heu arrested, shall be Put at the d sro., Iticgo que scan a rre:,tat os, se pond n properly of combatants from its operations." & \\Jc traC O .r
psisus\ id consuls*,and may be put in tne puohctcu d this t)usacluu de los dichos Consules y pueden "ser In another provision of the Treaty, the two Republics Hl 5J
; Itt the request and expense of those who ucpositados en las prisiones public, ,a solicilud jy have expressed a decided ant just reprobation BY 'HENRyjl\tICHEL T, ,
} l "' Ultin, to tie sent to the: ships lo which they espensas de los que los reclamen), para ser cnviados of those adventurers who take commissions under Licensed- Auctioneer
tLr 'ngtd i cr to otirti oi the same nation. But if u los buques d que cone:+ponden, 6 d oUos de jauu foreign flag for the sake of booty, in denouncing ,
(Wni, :acct icnl back within two months, to be ma nacion. Fero u no fucren mandados dentro the stigma and punishment of piracy against the THE NEGRO
eft Ln1tdluin at:Lbr.t: the da) of their arrest, they shaH bc de dos meses contados des de et dia de su arrej>to' citizens of either country, who, on the other's being MARIA PATY, I ,3
., eye cause.ro .,, andtla1 the uo'-.. more stntsicd for the seran bus por pucstos la misma en libertad causa. y no volvcidu a ser pre-' involved in war, shall take a commission from its Belonging to the Estate of theTlate Francisco: Toward .. j ,
to cruise it.
enemy .
ARTICLE 30th. A UTo.300. deceased. '
The most immediately and practically important
their, the pu rp use of more effectually protecting Para proteger mas efectivamente su comercio Jy provisions however, are those' which secure to us, D; Quma, 1

y :..tOlnr.CI'ce.11' 1 and navigation, the two contr cIr. :- navegacion, las dos partes contratantes se conviene \ iu our commerci.rl relations wtth Colombia, the ..!dmin/lrQllr.- I
to itS fro hereby agree, as scion fccrckftcr Ii W foroiar)tiego que las circumsUucias lo pcrmitar. footing of the most fyrorcd nation. These proyi- July 8th, 1825-18t.

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