RECIPROCAL TRADE-BELGO-LUXEMBURG ECONOMIC UNION. 3683 AI h A thII .. f · t h II Inconsistent prov!· Bong as t e present greemen s a remam moree, 1 B a sions of existing treaty supersede any provisions of the Treaty of Commerce and Naviga- her~by superseded. \' 01. 19, p. 628. tion between the United States of America and His Majesty the King of the Belgians, concluded March 8, 1875, which may be inconsistent with the said Agreement. However, upon the expira- tiAutomtaticallYt?per8'f ve on ermma Ion 0 tion of the present Agreement, the provisions of the aforesaid Treaty this Agreement. of 1875 which have been temporarily superseded shall automaticillly resume operation and shall continue in full force and effect subject to termination as provided in that Treaty. I shall be glad to have your confirmation of the accord thus reached. I avail myself of this opportunity to offer to you, :Mr. :Minister, the assurances of my highest consideration. WILLIAM PHILLIPS Acting Secretary of State of the United States of America. The Honorable PIERRE FORTHOMME, Senator, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Chief of the Belgian Delegation.
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