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tive or perfon fo charged fhall be found, would justify his apprehenfion and commitment for trial, if the offence had there been committed. The expenfe of fuch apprehenfion and delivery fhall be borne and defrayed by those who make the requifition and receive the fugitive.
Art. XXVIII. It is agreed, that the firft ten articles of this Treaty fhall be permanent, and that the fubfequent articles, except the twelfth, fhall be limited in their duration to twelve years, to be computed from the day on which the ratifications of this Treaty fhall be exchanged, but fully fubject to this condition-that whereas the faid twelfth article will expire, by the limitation therein contained, at the end of two years from the figning the preliminary or other articles of peace which fhall terminate the prefent war in which his Majefty is, engaged, it is agreed, that proper measures fhall by concert be taken for bringing the fubject of that article into amicable treaty and difcuffion, fo early before the expiration of the faid term, as that new arrangements on that head may by that time be perfected, and ready to take place. But if it fhould unfortunately happen, that his Majefty and the United States fhould not be able to agree on fuch new arrangements, in that cafe all the articles of this Treaty, except the first ten, shall then ceafe and expire together.
Laftly. This Treaty, when the fame fhall have been ratified by His Majefty, and by the Prefident of the United States, by and with the advice and confent of their Senate, and the refpective ratifications mutually exchanged, shall be binding and obligatory on His Majesty, and on the faid States, and shall be by them refpectively executed and obferved with punctuality, and the most fincere regard to good faith; and whereas it will be expedient, in order the better to facilitate intercourfe and obviate difficulties, that other articles be proposed and added to this Treaty, which Articles from want of time and other circumftances cannot now be perfected-it is agreed, that the faid parties will, from time to time, readily treat of and concerning fuch articles, and will fincerely endeavour fo to form them, as that they may conduce to mutual convenience, and tend to promote mutual fatisfaction and
friendfhip; and that the faid Articles, after having been duly ratified, fhall be added to, and make a part of this Treaty. In faith whereof, we, the underfigned Minifters Plenipotentiary of His Majefty the King of Great Britain, and the United States of America, have figned this prefent Treaty, and have caufed to be affixed thereto the Seal of our Arms.
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