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This power may be exercised, either through treaties made by the president and senate, or through statutes enacted by congress.
And treaties, of whatever kind with the enemies of God, that are condemned, are to be shunned as a snare to the soul.
Appended to this little volume is a list of remarkable dates and events, as also of battles and treaties during the Middle Ages.
God, who frequently appeared to and made several treaties with him, one day sent three angels to him in the valley of Mamre.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
Congress declared the existing treaties with France no longer obligatory.
For treaties were soon made with other countries, and the island empire was thrown open to the commerce of the world.
This act extinguished the treaties regulating all tariffs and duties with foreign powers, and gave free trade all along the coast.
The negotiations were complete, the treaties drawn up, and the signatures affixed on July seventh.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The treaties of 1815 gave it back to the Netherlands, and since 1830 it has formed part of the Kingdom of Belgium.
Official persons made known new laws, declarations of war and peace and treaties.

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