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RIVER PLATE.

Instructions to Mr. Ouseley, Her Majesty's

Minister at Buenos Ayres, for his guidance in the Joint Intervention by England and France between Buenos Ayres and Monte Video. des

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Com

mand of Her Majesty. 1846.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY T. R. HARRISON

ADDITIONAL ARTICLES

TO THOSE AGREED UPON

BETWEEN

THE POST OFFICE OF GREAT BRITAIN

AND

THE POST OFFICE OF BELGIUM,

FOR CARRYING INTO EXECUTION

THE CONVENTION OF 19TH OCTOBER, 1844.

Presented to both Houses of Parliamcut by Command of Her Majesty.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, STAMFORD STREET,

FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.

ADDITIONAL ARTICLES

Agreed to in execution of the Postal Convention of the 19th October, 1844,

between BELGIUM and GREAT BRTAIN.

In execution of the 3rd Article of the Postal Convention of the 19th October, 1844, between Belgium and Great Britain, stipulating that new Offices for the exchange of the correspondence may be established on those points of the Coasts of the two Countries, for which a direct intercourse may be judged necessary,

The undersigned, duly authorized for that purpose by their respective offices, have agreed upon the following Articles :

Art. 1. Dating from the 1st July, 1845, a direct communication shall be established between the Belgian Office, at Antwerp, on the one part, and the British Office, at Hull, on the other part, by means of Private Ships navigating between the two Ports.

ART. 2. The said Offices of Antwerp and Hull, shall conform in every thing relative to the manner of forwarding and exchanging the Correspondence to the stipulations contained in the Convention of October the 19th, 1844, which have been since agreed upon according to the said Convention.

Executed in Duplicate at Brussels, the sixth day, and at London, the eighteenth day of the month of June, One Thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

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ARTICLES ADDITIONNELS

Convenus en exécution de la Convention Postale du 19 Octobre, 1844, entre la

BELGIQUE et la GRANDE BRETAGNE.

En exécution de l'Article 3 de la Convention Postale du 19 Octobre, 1844, entre la Belgique et la Grande Bretagne, portant que de nouveaux Bureaux d'échange pourront être établis sur les points du littoral des deux Pays pour lesquels des relations directes seraient jugées nécessaires,

Les soussignés, dûment autorisés à cet effet par leurs offices respectifs, sont convenus de ce qui suit :

Art. 1. A dater du 1 Juillet 1845, une communication directe sera établie entre le Bureau Belge d'Anvers d'une part, et le Bureau Britannique de Hull de l'autre part, au moyen des Paquebots particuliers naviguant entre ces deux Ports.

ART. 2. Les Bureaux précités d'Anvers et de Hull, se conformeront pour tout ce qui concerne le mode d'expédition, et l'échange des correspondances aux stipulations renfermées dans la Convention du 19 Octobre, 1844, et dans les Articles qui ont été postérieurement convenus aux termes de la dite Convention.

Fait en double original à Bruxelles, le sixième jour, et à Londres le dixhuitième jour du mois de Juin, Mil huit cent quarante-cinq.

(Signé) BARCEL. Le Chef de la division des Postes, au Ministère

des Travaux Publics de Belgique.

Approuvé.
Le Ministre des Travaux Publics.

(Signé) DESCHAMPS.

ADDITIONAL ARTICLES

Agreed to in execution of the Postal Convention of the 19th October, 1844,

between BELGIUM and GREAT BRTAIN.

In execution of the 3rd Article of the Postal Convention of the 19th October, 1844, between Belgium and Great Britain, stipulating that new Offices for the exchange of the correspondence may be established on those points of the Coasts of the two Countries, for which a direct intercourse may be judged necessary,

The undersigned, duly authorized for that purpose by their respective offices, have agreed upon the following Articles :

ART. 1. Dating from the 1st July, 1845, a direct communication shall be established between the Belgian Office, at Antwerp, on the one part, and the British Office, at Hull, on the other part, by means of Private Ships navigating between the two Ports.

ART. 2. The said Offices of Antwerp and Hull, shall conform in every thing relative to the manner of forwarding and exchanging the Correspondence to the stipulations contained in the Convention of October the 19th, 1844, which have been since agreed upon according to the said Convention.

Executed in Duplicate at Brussels, the sixth day, and at London, the eighteenth day of the month of June, One Thousand eight hundred and forty-five.

(Signed) W. L. MABERLY,

Secretary to the General Post-Office

of the United Kingdom.

Approved. (Signed) LONSDALE, Postmaster-General.

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