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1. Traité entre la Grande-Bretagne et Dey d'Alger. Signé à Alger, le

3. Aoút 1765.

Articles of Peace and Commerce between the Most Serene and Mighty Prince, George the Third, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Christian Faith, Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg, Arch Treasurer and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, etc. etc. and the Most Illustrious Lord Ally, Bashaw, Dey, and Governor of the warlike City and Kingdom of Algier, in Barbary; concluded, ratified, confirmed, and renewed, by His Excellency Archibald Clevland, Esq., His Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to the Kingdom of Algier.

In the first place, it was expressly agreed upon and concluded, after a mature and regular deliberation with the Divan, that from henceforward, no Englishman taken by sea or by land shall, upon any pretext whatsoever, be either bought, sold, or made slave of, within the Dominions of ibis Kingdom, but be immediately delivered up to His Britannic Majesty's Consul residing here; to which purpose orders were forthwith issued out, to all the Governors of the several Provinces, that all Englishmen that hereafter may chance to be taken or found within the limits of their several dependencies be immediately forwarded to this capital. To the more punctual compliance with this Treaty, and to the avoiding the diffiéulties that may arise from Particulars, buying English subjects, and thereby be. lieving themselves entitled to a ransom, notice has been given by the common cryer in all the public places of this city, that from henceforward no subject of His Britannic Majesty be either bought' or 'sold by any body whatsoever.

Secondly. It is further concluded and agreed upon, that in case any of His Britannnic Majesty's subjects should, from liquor, or from any other motive declare Nouv. Supplém. Tome II.

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