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in Washington, (D. C.) ii. 249, 311,
398; iv. 356, 376; v. 156.
generally, ii. 79, 122, 123, 209, 249, 311,
398, 412, 467, 546, 562, 617, 685, 822; iii.
677, 764; iv. 21, 141, 207, 751; v. 29,
156, 233, 400, 420, 502, 618, 703, 793.
Barrague, Antoine, allowance to, for property
lost, vi. 408.

Barrett, James, grant of preemption right to,
vi. 726.

Barron, Ann M., half-pay of her father allowed
to, vi. 603.

Elias, increase of pension to, vi. 93.
James, duties refunded to, vi. 271.
, patents of, extended, vi. 678.
Barrow, Matthew, to be paid for expenses of
suit, vi. 237.

Barry, Edward, allowance to, for property de-
stroyed, vi. 520.

Barstow, John, and others, discharged from a
note, vi. 665.

Barter, John, pension allowed to, vi. 23.

Barth, Nicholas, increase of pension to, vi. 115.
Bartle, Andrew, pension to, vi. 111.
Bartlett, Benjamin, increase of pension to, vi.
69.

David, allowance to, for expenses, &c.,
vi. 623.

Edwin, allowance to, for diplomatic
services, vi. 894.

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--, pension to, vi. 734.

Job, pension to, vi. 612.

Robert, certificates of enrolment of his
vessels, vi. 20.

667.

Thomas P., payment to be made to, vi.

William, pension to, vi. 154.

authorized to withdraw a land
entry, and transfer payments, vi. 216.
Barton, Willoughby, contract of, to be settled,
vi. 377.

Bartow, A., boat register allowed to, vi. 914.
Bartram, Job, pension to, vi. 24.

increase of pension to, vi. 101.
Bashford, Francis, pension to, vi. 648.
Basset, James, heirs of, prize money to be paid
to, vi. 778.
Bassett, Edward, increase of pension to, vi. 83.
Joseph, pension to, vi. 827.

-, Nathaniel, land patent to issue to, vi.

498.

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Bastrop, Baron, land claim confirmed to, ii.
727.

Bachelder, Gideon, and others, claim of, to be
paid, vi. 935.

Batcheldor, Archelaus, pension of, vi. 23.
James, pension of, vi. 24.
Bate, John, allowance to, vi. 201.
Bateman, Henry, pension to, vi. 154.

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--, Smith, rifle to be presented to, iv. 195.
Bates, Frederick, allowance to, vi. 174.
Batman, Henry, grant of a land patent to, vi.
230.

Baton Rouge, president authorized to exchange
lands in, vi. 315.

Batson, James, pension to, vi. 101.
Battery, (New York,) exchange for, vi. 263.
Baughan, Augustine, exempted from imprison-
ment for debt of United States, vi. 50.
Baum, Martin, exchange of land with, allowed,
iv. 370.

Baxter, Francis, pension to, vi. 24.
John W. C., bond of, vi. 175.

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247.

782.

Stephen, account of, to be settled, vi.

Zebulon, land warrant to issue to, vi.

Bayard, Samuel, Executor of John, claim of,
to be settled and paid, vi. 574.

Baylies, Samuel, payment to be made to, vi.
320.

Baylor, Ann D., allowance to, vi. 351.

allowance to, for the use of
heirs of J. W. Baylor, vi. 437.

allowance to, of five years' full
pay of Geo. Baylor as colonel, ví. 491.
•, Cyrus A., sword to be presented to, iv.
792.

John Walker, allowance for use of chil-
dren of, vi. 351.

Walker, increase of pension to, vi. 92.
Bayly, Mountjoy, commutation of full pay to
be paid to, vi. 427.

Baynham, William, interest to be paid to, vi
89.

Beach, Jesse, pension to, vi. 177.
Beacham, Thomas, allowance to, for property
destroyed, vi. 626.

Beacons. See Buoys, p. 20.

Beasts, imported for breed, to be exempt from
duties, i. 324, 699; v. 561.

Beall, Samuel B., final certificates of, to be paid,
vi. 249.

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Beaugrand, J. B., und another, land patent to | Belgium, (continued.)

issue to, vi. 413.

Reaumarchais, Baron de, payment to, ii. 389.
Beaumont, Edmund, discharged from a judg
ment, vi. 79.

Margaret, claim of, to be settled and
paid, vi. 155.
Beauvois, Antoine, land patent to issue to, vi.
498.

St. James, and others, release of land
to, vi. 386.

Bebee, Paul, pension to, vi. 123.
Bechtler, Christopher, letters patent to issue to,
vi. 468.

Beck and Harvey, duties to be refunded to, vi.
246.

Becker, Henry, pension allowed to, vi. 460.
Jacob, pension restored to, vi. 804.
John P., pension to, vi. 699.

Becket, Humphrey, pension to, vi. 75.
Beckham, William, allowance to widow and
children of, vi. 389.

Beckit, Humphrey, pension to, vi. 417.
Bedinger, George M., pension to, vi. 844.
Beebee, Samuel, to be paid for a lost loan cer-
tificate, vi. 71.

Beekman, Theophilus E., pension to, vi. 648.
Beeman, Ebenezer, pension restored to, vi. 417.
Beer, Porter, and Ale, importation of, regulated,
i. 701.

Belding, Chauncey and Samuel, and others, bond
of, to be cancelled, vi. 806.
Belger, James, pension allowed to, vi. 463.
Belgium,

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation with,
November 10, 1845, viii. 606.

Article 1. Freedom of commerce between

the two countries. The same duties,
&c., to be paid by the citizens of either
country, viii. 606.

Art. 2. Belgian vessels shall pay in the
ports of the United States no other or
higher duties of tonnage than paid by
vessels of the United States, viii. 606.
Art. 3. Vessels of the United States to
pay in the ports of Belgium no other or
higher duties than are paid by Belgian
vessels, viii. 606.

Art. 4. Restitution guarantied of certain
duties levied by the Netherlands, viii.
608.

Art. 5. Steam vessels to be exempt from
duties of tonnage, viii. 608.

Art. 6. Coasting trade, viii. 608.
Art. 7. Articles proceeding from the soil,
&c., of Belgium, to pay no other duties
than if imported under the flag of the
United States. Reciprocal benefits to
importations into Belgium. Regula-
tions, viii. 608.

Art. 8. The articles imported into the
United States in Belgian vessels to pay
no other duties than if imported in ves-
sels of the most favored nations, viii.
608.
Art. 9. Exportations by Belgian or United
States vessels, viii. 608.

Art. 10. Prem uns, drawbacks, &c., al-
lowed upon goods imported directly from
one of the two countries, &c., viii. 610.
Art. 11. Provisions in article 10 not to
apply to the aportition of salt, &c., or
the produce of national fisheries, vi.i. 610.

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Art. 12. Vessels provided with a passport,
&c., to be recognized as national vessels,
viii. 610.

Art. 13. Parts of the cargoes of vessels
may remain on board in the respective
ports without charge, viii. 610.
Art. 14. Imported goods deposited in ware-
houses to pay no warehouse charges,
other than those imported in vessels un-
der the flag of the country, viii. 610.
Art. 15. Favors, privileges, &c., granted
to any other state to become common to
citizens, &c., of both states. Duties to
be the same as those levied on goods of
any other foreign country, viii. 610.
Art. 16. Assistance, &c., in case of ship-
wreck, viii. 610.

De-

Art. 17. Consuls and vice-consuls.
serters. Certain seamen exempt from
these provisions, viii. 612.

Art. 18. No transit duties chargeable on

articles from the United States, viii. 612.
Art. 19. This treaty to be in force for ten
years, and until either nation shall have
given notice of a desire to terminate it
after ten years, viii. 612.

Art. 20. Ratifications to be exchanged at
Washington, within twelve months, viii.
612.

duties on vessels and cargoes from, to be
the same as on Dutch vessels and car-
goes, v. 152.

Belknap, William G., authorized to locate land,
vi. 784.

Bell, Captain Frederick M., Heirs of, land war-
rant to issue to, vi. 794.

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James, account of, to be settled, vi. 598.
Jesse, authorized to locate land, vi. 523.
John, pension allowed to, vi. 26, 154.

-, payment to be made to, vi. 184.
Polly, alias Polly Collins, authorized to
enter land, vi. 361.

William, letters patent granted to, vi.
378.

H., purchase of patents of, v. 126.
Bellamy, Aaron, to be paid for a vessel lost in
the public service, vi. 564.

Belleview,

to be laid out in lots, &c., v. 70.
proceeds of land sales to be paid to, v
178.

Bellows, Ezra, pension to, vi. 139.
Belt, Benjamin M., to be paid for a certain desk,
vi. 314.

Bender, George, allowed pay of major, vi. 642.
Benedict, George, pension to, vi. 91.

Timothy, pension to, vi. 417.
Benefit of Clergy, not allowed, i. 119.
Benjamin, Meigs D., duties to be refunded to,

vi. 798.

Bennet, Benjamin, authorized to relinquish
land, vi. 629.

Isaac, increase of pension to, vi. 92.
John, pension to, vi. 645.

and Morté, allowance to creditors of, vi.

428.

Stephen, pension to, vi. 417.

William P., to be discharged from pris-
on, vi. 152.
Bennett, Elijah, pension allowed to, vi. 25.

George W., authorized to relinquish and
enter land, vi. 630.

Bennett, Joshua, to be paid for a horse lost, vi. | Bingaman, Charlotte C., and others, authorized

305.

Thomas, pension to, vi. 809.
Benning, William, to have sole control of affairs
of "Anacostia Bridge Co.," vi. 375.
Benson and Blodget, duties to be repaid to, vi.
John,
241.

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George, allowed to enter certain lands,
v. 715.

Benton, John, pension allowed to, vi. 26.
Selah, pension allowed to, vi. 104.
Beauvais, St. John, grant of land to, i. 222.
Berard, Baptiste, land claim confirmed to, vi.
928.

Bergen, Elizabeth, payment to, ii. 120.
Bernard, Hyacinth, land claim confirmed to, vi.
408.

Berrien, John, accounts of, to be settled, vi.
565.

Berry, Bartholomew, pension to, vi. 82.

to locate land, vi. 509.

Bingcy, John W., duties to be refunded to, vi. 359.
Binnion, John, allowed to withdraw his entries,
vi. 116.

Bird, Benjamin, loan office certificates of, to be
liquidated, vi. 576.

Gustavus A., rifle to be presented to, iv.

195.

Herman, pension allowed to, vi. 33.
Joseph, pension to, vi. 75.

Birdsall, Benjamin, account of, to be settled,

vi. 214.

Birdseye, Nathan G., lands to be released to,
vi. 235.

Bispham, John E., payment to be made to, vi.
820.

Bishop, Levi, pension to, vi. 140.

Black, Jacob, land claim confirmed to, vi. 512.
Blackburn, Benjamin, pension to, vi. 102.

-, Benjamin, claim of, to be settled and Blackman, David, pension to, vi. 24.
paid, vi. 213.

James, pension to, vi. 91.

John, pension allowed to, vi. 67, 140.
William, pension allowed to, vi. 154.
Berryman, Newton, to be paid for services as
clerk, vi. 549.

Berzat, Susan, Widow of Gabriel, title to land
confirmed to, vi. 276.

Besly, Sarah, pension to, &c., vi. 838.
Bessom, Philip, allowance to, for expenses, &c.,
vi. 569.

Betton, Solomon D., judgment against sureties
of, to be opened, vi. 864.

Bible Societies, duties to be refunded to, vi. 162.
Society, Philadelphia, duties remitted to,
vi. 116.

Bickley, Daniel, and C. Clark, to be paid the
amount of a bill of exchange, vi. 247.
Biddle, Captain James, and Officers, medals to
be presented to, iii. 254, 341; vi. 181.
Clement, payment to, ii. 121.
J., payment to, iv. 148.

407.

Richard, accounts of, to be settled, vi.

Biennial Register of officers to be printed, iii.
342; iv. 608; v. 339.

Bienvenu, Brothers, land claim confirmed to, vi.
500.

Bigger, James, and his Company, full pay al-
lowed to, vi. 352.

Biggs, William, authorized to enter land, vi.
353.

Bigham, William W., authorized to enter lands
in lieu of others, vi. 780.

Bill, Daniel, increase of pension to, vi. 85.
Joshua, pension to, vi. 418.

of Rights, i. 21.

Billiette, John Battiste, land patent to issue to,
vi. 498.

Billings, John S., increase of pension to, vi. 828.
Bills of Attainder, not to be passed, i. 15.

of Barks,

issue of, after expiration of charter, forbid-
den, v. 297.

when receivable for public dues, v. 9, 440.
of Credit, issue of, by states, prohibited, i.

15.

of Exchange, when suable in courts of
United States, i. 79.

John, land title confirmed to, vi. 557.
Bindon, Joseph, grant of land to, ii. 101; vi.

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Blackemore, Sarah, pension to, vi. 910.
Black-River, (Indians,) treaty with, vii. 503.
Blackstone, John, release of land to, vi. 818.
Blackwell, Jacob A., extra duty to be repaid, vi.
320.

Thomas, five years' pay allowed to,
vi. 436.

Captain William, land warrant to his
daughter, E. Scott, vi. 524.

Blagrove, William, discharged from a judg-
ment, vi. 304.

Blaisdell, Enoch, pension to, vi. 631.

Jonathan M., moiety of a judgment
to be paid to, vi. 595.
Blake, Charles, pension to, vi. 651.

Edward, executrix exempted from suit,
vi. 785.

Blakely, Captain Johnston,

medal to, iii. 246.

loss of, at sea, iii. 295.

Blakeley, Johnston, to be credited for advances,
vi. 288.

Blakely, Josiah, land patent to issue to repre
sentatives of, vi. 836.

Blakesly, Enos, pension to, vi. 24.

Blanc, John, new letters patent granted to, vi.
767.

Blanchard, Edward, account of, vi. 18.

vi. 589,

Thomas, letters patent extended to,
748.

William, pension to, vi. 140.
Blauvelt, Abraham, pension allowed to, vi. 26
Blean, Robert, to be paid for materials, vi. 305.
Bledsoe, George, pension allowed to, vi. 26.
Blever, James, increase of pension to, vi. 84.
Bliss, Moses, allowance to, for fees, vi. 634.
Blodget, Rebecca, value of her right of dowe
of, to be ascertained, vi. 347.

value of her right of dower
allowed to, vi. 378.

vi. 517.

allowance to, in full for dower,

Blood, Francis, pension to, vi. 73.
Bloom, Peter, and others, land title confirmed
to, vi. 859.

Blount, William, expense of committee on im-
peachment of, to be paid, i. 544.

Willie, claim of, to be settled and paid,
vi. 624.
Bloomfield, Thomas, pension to, vi. 417.
Blue-Book, register of office-holders to be pub.
lished, iii. 342; iv. 608; v. 339.

Boardman, Elijah, pension to, vi. 24.

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John, authorized to locate and enter
land, vi. 362.

-, Seth, pension allowed to, vi. 3.
Boden, James, pension to, vi. 75.
Bogart, Martha, grant of land to, ii. 101; vi. 43.
Boggs and Thompson, drawbacks allowed to, vi.
812.

Bogy, Joseph, to be paid for rations, vi. 487.
ง land patent to issue to, vi. 498.
claim of, for Indian depredations,

to be settled, vi. 581, 571.

823.

authorized to locate land, vi.

Bohannan, Stephen, pension to, vi. 638.
Boilers,

of steamboats to be tested, v. 252, 261, 304.
improvements in, v. 627.
Boisgervais, James H., claim of, to be settled
and paid, vi. 195.

Boles, Absalom, authorized to surrender land
and receive certificate, vi. 548.
Bolton, Elizabeth, change of name, vi. 528.
William Compton, change of name, vi.

528.
Bond, Lucy, allowance to representatives of, vi.
590..

--, Mary Ann, authorized to enter land, vi.
374.

Robert, preemption right granted to, vi.
527.

William, pension to, vi. 154.

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Boone, John, pension to, vi. 653.
Booth, Daniel, land to be released to, vi. 235.
Joseph, pension to, vi. 417.

Borell, Eugene, land claim confirmed to, vi. 528
Borey, John, patent certificate to be surrendered
to, vi. 780.

Borum, Edward, pension to, vi. 179.
Boss, Joseph, pension to, vi. 417.
Boston, Frigate, to be rebuilt, ii. 699.

Solomon, judgment against, discharged,
vi. 42.

Bostwick, Elijah, allowance to, for costs and
expenditures, vi. 12.

Melancton W., bond of, to be can-
celled, vi. 806.

Oliver, increase of pension to, vi. 83.
Bosworth, Jacob, land warrant granted to, vi.

532.

Bouchard, Joseph, debentures to be paid to, vi.
187.

Boucherie, Antony, allowed to obtain a patent
for manufacturing sugar, vi. 70.

Boulden, James W., claim of, to be settled, vi.
633.
Boundaries,

between United States and Mexico, iv.

558.

western boundary of Arkansas, iv. 40.
between Arkansas and Louisiana, iv. 276.
between United States and British Prov-
inces, iv. 262; v. 402, 413, 485.

running the line fixed by treaty of 1842,
with Great Britain, v. 623.

expense of negotiations with Great Britain
respecting, ii. 148.

boundary of United States as established
by treaties

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of pursers in navy, ii. 536; iii. 350.

of surveyor-general, iii. 697.

of postmasters, iv. 103; v. 82.

of public officers increased, iii. 582.

of officers not impaired by removal from
office, iii. 723, 724.

of custom-house officers, i. 44, 171, 704,
705; v. 661.

for duties, i. 42, 168, 171, 174, 372; ii. 72,
315, 471, 513; iii. 737; v. 205, 242.
See also the titles of the respective officers
giving bonds.

Bones, John, allowed to withdraw a land entry,
vi. 200.

Bon Homme Richard, prize money to be dis-
tributed among crew of, v. 158.
Bonnel, Paul, pension to, vi. 179.
Bonnell, Joseph, pension to, vi. 919.
Booker, Richard, and his Company, claim of,
for clothing, to be settled, vi. 799.

Books,

copyright of. See Copyright, p. 41.

with Great Britain, viii. 55, 249, 274,

572.

with Spain, viii. 138, 140, 254.

with Mexico, viii. 374, 464.

on fisheries,

obsolete acts, i. 27, 229, 260, 533, 692;
ii. 36, 436, 552.

acts in force, iii. 49, 254, 314, 351, 417,
520; iv. 38.

for destroying enemy ships, (obsolete,) ii.
53, 761, 816.

for prisoners of war, (obsolete,) iii. 81, 105.
to Canadian volunteers, iii. 256, 301, 393,
641.

on captures, i. 715, 716.

on negroes captured in slave vessels, iii.
533.

on enlistment in the army, i. 222, 224, 242,
409, 414, 438, 483, 484, 604, 751; ii. 704,
788; iv. 647; v. 260.

to army in lands. See Lands, Public, p.
94.

on exportation of fish, i. 27; ii. 436; iii.
50. See Fisheries, p. 63.

Bourg, John Baptiste, land claim confirmed to,
vi. 499.

of suitors, when to be produced in court, i. Bourgoud, Antoine, to be paid for damage to

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Bowen, George, to be paid for carrying the Branch Mints, (continued.)

mail, vi. 583.

Bowers, Balaam, pension to, vi. 656.
Jonathan, pension to, vi. 24.

83.

increase of pension to, vi.

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L., and others, fishing bounty
allowed to, vi. 808.

-, William, authorized to relinquish and
enter land, vi. 646.

pension to, vi. 804.

further provision as to the officers in, v.
147, 602.

oath of officers in, by whom to be taken,
iv. 774; v. 652.

Branch Pilots, of Louisiana, allowed to enter
certain lands, v. 715.

Brandy,

in what casks to be imported, i. 701; iv.
235, 373.

drawback on brandy, iv. 373.
Brandywine, Frigate, appropriation for repair-
ing and fitting out, iv. 370.

Branson, Nathan, duties to be repaid to, vi. 287.
Bowne, Robert and Robert H., debentures to be Brashears, Ann, land patent to be issued to, vi.
paid to, vi. 187.

Boyer, William, pension to, vi. 177.

436.
Brashiers, Samuel, release of land to, vi. 342.
Boyd, Alexander, land claim confirmed to, vi. Bratton, William, land warrant to be issued to,

564.

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James, pension to, vi. 732.

Heirs of, grant of land to, ii. 712.
John P., appropriation for, iii. 359.

Joseph C., claim of, allowed to his repre-
sentatives, vi. 295.

Boyle, Captain, and Company, Act of 1822, c.
48, extended to, vi. 328.

Thomas H., right to enter land, and pay
of captain allowed to, vi. 169.

Boyles, Thomas H., Representatives of, author-
ized to locate land, vi. 597.

-, seven years' half-pay to be
paid to, vi. 738.
Brace, Stephen, account of, to be settled, vi.
302.

Bracket, Heard, pension to, vi. 543.

Braden, Elizabeth, land warrant to issue to, vi.
241.

Bradford, Charles, pension of, to be paid to his
representatives, vi. 306.

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to, vi. 793.

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-, George, increase of pension to, vi.

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จ Peter, pension to, vi. 527.
Brady, Freeman, to be paid for labor, vi. 712.
Guards, claims of, to be settled and paid,
vi. 885.

-, James, duplicate land warrant to be is-
sued to, vi. 258.

Bragdon, Samuel, and others, fishing bounty
allowed to,.vi. 606.

Bruhan, John, allowance to, for clerk hire, vi.
392.

-, accounts of, and release to heirs
of, vi. 746.
Brahany, James, to be discharged from prison,
vi. 147.

Brainard, Asahel, pension to, vi. 884.
arrears of pension to be paid

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vi. 65.
Brawn, Daniel, pension allowed to, vi. 23.
Brazil,

Treaty with Brazil, December 12, 1828,

viii. 390.

Article 1. Peace to be established, viii.
390.

Art. 2. Parties on the footing of the most
favored nations; the relations between
Brazil and Portugal excepted, viii. 390.
Art. 3. Free intercourse, coasting trade ex-
cepted, viii. 390.

Art. 4. Vessels of both countries on the
same footing as to the importation of for-
eign goods into either country. Same as
to exportation. What vessels to be con-
sidered Brazilian, viii. 391.

Art. 5. Duties on imports and exports, viii.
391.

Art. 6. All merchants, and the business of
merchants, placed on the most favored
footing, viii. 391.

Art. 7. Citizens and subjects to be secured
from detention, and to be indemnified if
detained, viii. 391.

Art. 8. Vessels in distress, viii. 392.
Art. 9. Property captured by pirates to be
restored, viii. 392.

Art. 10. Assistance in case of shipwreck,
viii. 392.

Art. 11. Provision as to personal property.
Real property, viii. 392.

Art. 12. Special protection to persons and
their property, viii. 392.
Art. 13. Liberty of conscience.

viii. 393.

Burial,

Art. 14. Free ships make free goods; con-
traband goods excepted. Free ships to
make free persons, unless officers and
soldiers of the enemy, viii. 393.

Art. 15. Qualification as to the principle
that free ships make free goods, viii.
393.

Art. 16. Contraband goods, what shall be,
viii. 394.

Art. 17. All other merchandise free, viii.
394.

Art. 18. Contraband goods subject to for-
feiture. If articles contraband shall be
delivered up, the vessel not to be de-
tained, viii. 394.

Art. 19. Blockades, viii. 394.

Art. 20. Examinations of vessels, viii. 395.
Art. 21. Vessels to be provided with cer
tain papers, viii. 395.

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