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tresses, towns, and countries which countries which that prince and his the contracting parties acquire by heirs had in Italy, the Brisgau, the present treaty, shall be faithful. which he shall polless on the fame ly given up to them. The military conditions as those in virtue of papers and registers taken in the which he possessed the country of actual war from the staffs of the re- Modena. spective armies thall be equally re- XIX. The real and personal ftored.

property, not alienated, of their rorXIV. Thetwo contracting pow. al highnesses the archduke Charles ers, alike animated with the desire , and the archduchess Christina, ftuof doing away every thing that are in the countries ceded to the might tend to injure the good un. French republic, shall be restored to derstanding which now happily sub-them under the condition of selling fifts between them, bind themselves them within the space of three in the most folemn manner to con. years. tribute with all their power to the The same measure shall be ob maintenance of internal tranquillity served with respect to the real and in their respective states.

personal property of his royal highXV. A treaty of commerce esta. vess the archduke Ferdinand, in the blished on equitable grounds, and territory of the Cisalpine republic. on such as may give to his majesty XX.' A congress fall be held at the emperor, and to the French re. Rastadt, folely composed of the plepublic, advantages equal to those nipotentiaries of the Germanic em. enjoyed by the most favoured na. pire, and the French republic, for tions in their respective dominions, concluding peace between these two shail be forthwith concluded. In powers. This congress shall be the mean time, all the communica. opened one month after the úgning tions and commercial relations thall of the present treaty, or sooner if be re-established in the state in poslible. which they were before the war. XXI. All the prisoners of war

XVI. No inhabitant of all the 'made on either side, and the hoftcountries occupied by the Austrian ages carried off, or given, during arid French armies, liall be liable to the war, who may not have been be prosecuted or affected, whether yet restored, shall be fo within forty in his person or property, on ac- days, to date from the signing of the count of his political opinions, or present treaty. his civil, military, or commercial XXII. The contributions, deliconduet during the war which bas veries, furnishings, and whatever been carried on between the two allistances of war have taken place powers.

in the respective states of the conXVII. His majesty the emperor tracting powers, fall cease from shall not, conformably to the princi. the day of the exchange of the ratiple of neutrality, receive into any of fications of the present treaty, his ports during the course of the

XXIII. His majesty the empeprefent war more than fix vessels ror, king of Hungary and Bohemia, armed for war belonging to any avd the French republic, fball preone of the belligerent powers. serve between them the same cere

XVIII. His majesty the emperor mony, with respect to rank, and binds himse!f to cede" to the duke other etiquettes, which was conof Modena, as an indemnity for the stantly observed before the war.

His faid majesty and the Cisal- Louis, Count de Cobenzel; pine republic shall have between Count deMEERFELDT, Majorthem the fame ceremony of eti- General; quette as that which was customary Baron de DeGELMANN. between his majesty and the repub- The executive directory ratifies lic of Venice.

and figns the present treaty of peace XXIV. The present treaty shall with his majesty the emperor, king be ratified by his majesty the em- of Hungary and Bohemia, negotiated peror, king of Hungary and Bone in the name of the French republic mia, and the French republic, with. by citizen Buonaparte, commander in the space of thirty days, to date in chief of the army of Italy, invest. from this day, or sooner if possible, ed with powers by the executive and the acts of ratification in due directory, and charged with its inform shall be exchanged at Rat ftructions to that effect. tadt.

Done at the national palace of Done and signed at Campo the executive directory the

Formio, near Udine, on the 5th Brumaire(October26th), 17th October, 1797.

in the 6th year of the (Signed)

French republic, one and BOONAPARTE;

indivisible. Marquis di GALLO;

Dec. 23.

Public Adr paffed in the First Seffion of A&t for granting certain duties of

the Eighteenth Parliament of Great customs ou goods, wares, and mer. Britain.

chandise imported to, and exported

from, or brought and carried coastNovember 2, 1796.

wise within Great Britain, except Land and malt bills,

wine and coal when brought or carNov. 12.

ried coastwise. Ad for granting annuities to fa- A&t for additional duties on stagetisfy certain navy, vi&tualling, tranf- coaches. port, and exchequer bills.

A&t for additional duties on dis

tilleries in Scotland. Ac for raising the sum of eigh- A&t for altering the rates of postteen millions by way of annui. age for conveyance of letters in ties.

England and Scotland. Act to indemnify such persons as Act for more effectually securing have omitted to qualify themselves the stamp duties on indentures, for offices and employments.

leases, bonds, and other deeds. A&t to continue feveral acts of Ad for extending the time limitthe 35th and 36th of his presented by an actof this feflion, for delivermajesty, respecting the admission of ing in navy, victualling, and transcertain articles of merchandise in port and exchequer bills. neutral ships. Dec. 28.

A&t for allowing further time for Adt for additional duties on auc. the payment of instalments on the tions, bricks, cocoa nuts, British and loan. foreign spirits, and teas.

Act for the more speedy payment

of

Dec. 30.

March 24.

of navy, viérualling, and transport

May 11. bills.

Ae for raising the sum of fourAct to explain and amend the teen millions five hundred pounds augmentation militia act.

by way of annuities. Act to explain and amend the

May 25 provisional cavalry act.

Act for guaranteeing the pay. A&t to explain and amend the act ment of the dividends ou a loan of for raising men in the several coun. one million fix hundred and twen-, ties for the army and navy.

ty thousand pounds to the emperor March 3, 1797.

of Germany. An act to remove doubts respect. Aet to amend the act on stamp ing promiffury notes of the governor duties of attorneys' indentures. and company of the bank of Eng. Aet to revive and amend the ad land, for payment of sums of money to suspend, for a limited time, the under five pounds.

operation of two acts of the 15th

and 17th of his present majesty, for A&t for the regulation of the ma. restraining the negotiation of prorine forces while on thore.

missory notes and inland bills of A& appointing commissioners of exchange. the land-tax.

Act to revive and continue the Varch 27.

Scoich banking bill. See March 27. "Ad to continue the commercial

Act for granting to foreign fhips acts with America.

the privileges of prize fhips, under A& for defraying the pay of the certain regulations. militia in England.

A&t to explain an act for railing A&t for granting additional duties men for the army and navy in Scut. on the amount of certain taxes. land.

A&t for the better prevention and A&t to allow the Scotch banks to punilhment of attempts to seduce issue notes for sums under a certain persons serving in the arnıy or nary amount.

from their duty and allegiance. April 24.

June 19. A&t for increasing the rates of A& for allowing certain discounts sublistence to be paid to inn-keepers, to the contributors of eighteen mil&c. on quartering soldiers.

lions, raised by annuties. May 3

June 22. An act for confirming and con- Act for granting certain stamp tinuing, for a limited time, the re- duties, and securing the duties op striction contained in the minute of certificates of solicitors, &c. council of the 26th of February, A&t for continuing the act of re1797, on payments of cash by the striction on payments in cala by the bank.

bank. See May 3. Act for making certain annuities

July to created by the parliament of Ire- Act for carrying into execution land transferable, and the dividends the treaty of amity, commerce and thereon payable at the bank of navigation with the United States England.

of America.

Act to amend the act of the zift A& for increase of pay and pro- of George II. for the due making vision to the seamen and marines. of bread.

June 6.

May 9:

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March 24.

Varch 27.

of navy, vićtualling, and transport

May 11. bills.

Act for raising the film of fourAct to explain and amend the teen millions five hundred pounds augmentation militia act.

by way of annuities. Act to explain and amend the

May 25, provisional cavalry act.

Act for guaranteeing the pay. Act to explain and amend the act ment of the dividends ou a loan of for raising nien in the several coun. one million fix hundred and twenties for the army and navy.

ty thousand pounds to the emperor March 3, 1797

of Germany. An act to remove doubts respect. Act to amend the act on stamp ing promiffury notes of the governor duties of attorneys' indentures. and company of the bank of Eng. Act to revive and amend the act land, for payment of sums of money to suspend, for a limited tinie, the under five pounds.

operation of two acts of the 15th

and 17th of his present majesty, for A&t for the regulation of the ma. restraining the negotiation of prorine forces while on shore.

niflory notes and inland bills of Ad appointing commissioners of exchange. the land-tax.

Aft to revive and continue the

Scotch banking bill. See March 27. 'Ad to continue the commercial Act for granting to foreign ships acts with America.

the privileges of prize thips, under Adt for defraying the pay of the certain regulations. militia in England.

June 6. A& to explain an act for railing A&t for granting additional duties men for the army and navy in Scot. on the amount of certain taxes. land.

A&t for the better prevention and A&t to allow the Scotch banks to puuilhment of attempts to seduce iffiie notes for sums under a certain persons serving in the arniy or navy amount.

from their duty and allegiance. April 24.

June 19. A&t for increasing the rates of A& for allowing certain discounts fubaftence to be paid to inn-keepers, to the contributors of eighteen mil&c. on quartering soldiers.

lions, raised by annuties. May 3.

June 22. An act for confirming and con- A&t for granting certain stamp tinuing, for a limited time, the re- duties, and securing the duties on striction contained in the minute of certificates of solicitors, &c. council of the 26th of February, A&t for continuing the act of re1797, on payments of cash by the striction on payments in call by the bank.

bank. See May 3. Act for making certain annuities

July 4. created by the parliament of Ire- A&t for carrying into execution land transferable, and the dividends the treaty of amity, commerce and thereon payable at the bank of navigation with the United States England.

of America.

A& to amend the aĉt of the zift A&t for increase of pay and pro- of George II. for the due making vision to the seamen and marines. of bread.

May 9,

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