_ ADDITIONAL AGREEMENT WITH JAPAN. Frm. 8, 1876. ($41 of mail-packets under contract with the United States Post-Olhce I)e· partment perlorming regular trips between the port of Yokohama, Japan , and theport of Shanghai, China. This agreement shall be carried into operation on the lst day of April, \¢Vhen to go into A, D. 1876, or on the first day of the fourth month of the ninth year of °m’°°· Meiji. ` Done in duplicate original and signed at Washington, this eighth Signatures. day of February, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six, or the eighth day of the second month of the ninth year of Meiji. [SEAL.] MARSHALL JEWELL, Postmaster-General of the United States. YOSHIDA KIYONARI, His Imperial J apcinese Majesty’.s· Envoy Extraordinary and
- Mini.ster Plenipotentiary to the United tstates if America.
I hereby approve the aforegoing agreement, and in testimony thereof _P¤=?l<l¤¤¤¤’¤ *~1·· I have caused the seal of the United States to be hereto aiiixed. l“°"“· [L. s.] U. S. GRANT. By the President: HAiv11LroN Frsu, Secretary of State. ‘ WASHINGTON, February Sth, 1876. Translation. I hereby approve the aforegoing agreement, and in testimony thereof Approval of JM- I have caused the seal of the Empire of Japan to be affixed. P’”“· [sun.] MUTSUHITO. ' The thirtyiirst day of the third month of the ninth year of Meiji. By order of His Majesty: . ‘ · Tu:1tAsr11MA MUNENORI, Minister for Foreign Ajfairs. xix--41