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Declaration between France and Luxemburg for the Protection of Trademarks, signed at Paris, 27 March 1880

Act between France and Mexico for the Accession of Mexico to the Declaration of Paris of 16 April 1856, signed at Paris, 13 February 1909

Declaration between Belgium and France relative to the Periods of Stoppage of the Watercourses serving Charleroi, Mons and Paris, signed at Paris, 28 February 1868

Declaration between France and Great Britain for the Abrogation of the Declaration of 19 June 1847 respecting the Islands to the Leeward of Tahiti, signed at Paris, 30 May 1888

Declaration between Brazil and France in Interpretation of Article 7 of the Consular Convention of 10 December 1860, signed at Paris, 21 July 1866

Declaration between Burma and France relative to the coming into Force of Treaty of Commerce of 24 June 1873 signed at Paris, 5 April, 1884

Declaration between France and Sweden-Norway for the Prolongation of the Treaty of Commerce of 14 February 1865, signed at Paris, 30 November 1880

Declaration between France and Sweden-Norway for the Prolongation of the Treaty of Commerce of 14 February 1865, signed at Paris, 25 November 1879

Declaration between France and Portugal for the Prolongation of the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 11 July 1866, signed at Paris, 25 November 1879

Declaration between France and Portugal for the Prolongation of the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation of 11 July 1866, signed at Paris, 8 April 1879

Declaration between Belgium and France for the Interpretation of the Treaty of Commerce of 31 October 1881, signed at Paris, 9 March 1882

 

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The Declaration respecting Maritime Law signed on 16 April 1856 (115 C.T.S. 1) by the parties to the Peace Conference following the Crimea War and subsequently acceded to by the ...

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