The Diary of James Gallatin: The Diary of James Gallatin, Secretary to Albert Gallatin, 1813-1827

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APPENDIX III
TRANSLATION OF DECISION OF THE 5TH AUGUST 1810
Whereas the above report made in the Council of Commerce and Manufacture, with the following results:
1. That the Government of the United States is not bound by her act of the 1st March 1809 -- by the order dated 20th May following that the French Ships and Merchandise therein contained, which enter their ports should be put under sequestration, but that the confiscation of the aforesaid ships and merchandise has been ordered.
2. That it has been established by the same Act that when the relations with France have been re-established the confiscations will continue to have their effect.
3. That the Act of the 1st March 1809 has been put into execution on every occasion that has presented itself, not only against the Cargoes but against the French ships as well. We have ordered, and order what follows:
1. That the funds arising from the sales of the American Cargoes which have been sold up to this date, and the total which has been placed on deposit in the Caisse of Amortisment, shall be transferred to the public treasury.
2. That the American Cargoes that have been placed under sequestration shall be sold and the funds arising from the same shall be paid into the Public Treasury.
3. That the American ships which up to this date, no decision has been come to, shall be sold and the funds they realize shall be paid into the Public Treasury.
4. Taking into consideration that the Act of the 1st March 1809 made by the United States does not contain

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