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18is proportion; and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent,
acting in the name and on the behalf of His Hajesty the King of Great Britain and Ițeland, being desirous, as far as may be in His power, to assist the King of Sardinia, in order to enable His Majesty to make the exertions to carry into 'execution His engagements, has pamed the Duke of Wellington, etc, etc.; and His Majesty the King of Sardinia has named the Count St. Martin d'Aglie, in order to discuss and fettle the termis on which the said aslistance shall be given, who, having communicated to each other their respective full powers, have agreed to the following Articles:
ART. I. His Britannick Majesty engages to pay to His Majesty the King of Sardinia a Sablidy of Eleven Pounds Two Shillings Sterling per man, for the service of the year ending on the first of April 1816, to the number of 15,000 men. This Subsidy shall be paid in London at the end of each month, by monthly ioftalments, to the person duly authorized to receive tbe same on the part of His Sardinian Majesty, and the first payment is to be made upon the exchange of the rati. fications of the present Treaty lo case peace should be signed between the Allied Powers and France before,
the expiration of the said year, the Subsidy shall be : paid op to the ond of the month in which the Defini.
tive Treaty shall have been figned: - and His Britannick Majesty promises, ip addition, to pay to His Ma. jesty the King of Sardinia one month's Subsidy, to cover the expenses of the return of His Majesty's troops with. in his own frontier.
ART. II. The Minister of His Sardinian Majesty in London, Thall concert with the Officers to be appointed by His Britannick Majesty, 48 to the most convenient mode of transmitting the money for the use of His Majesty the King of Sardioia.
ART. III. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the Name and on the Behalf of His Majesty the King of Great Britain and Ireland, shall commisfion an Officer to the Head Quarters of His Sardinian Majefty, in order to repport the military operations, and this Officer shall be permitted to ascertain that the contingent of His Majesty is kept complete.
ART. IV. In case His Sardinian Majesty should 1815. - bave it in his power to increase His army in the field
to the nomber of 30,000 men, the possibility of wbich
is ftated in the Third Article of tho Treaty of Acces& fion of His faid Majesty, figned at Viepna the gth. of
April 1815; His Royal Highpess the Prince Regent will .
take the circumftance into consideration, and will consult ! t - upon the means of assisting His Majefty the King of Sardinia to carry this additional exertion into effect.
ART. V. This Treaty shall be ratified, and the ra- , tifications Thall be exchanged in London as soon as poffible. In faith of which the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the same, and have therounto affixed' the Seals of their Arms. .
Done at Brussels the 2 d. of May, one thousand eight kundred and fifteen.
(L. S.) WELLINGTON.
25. b. : 1815 Traité de subside entre la Grande - Brét. et le Grand-39 May. Duc de Bude , figné à Bruxelles le 19 Mai 1815. (Treaties presented to
Clafl, A. pag. 29. 30.)
figned at Brussels, 19th. May 1815.
His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, have
Art. I. His Britannick Majesty engages to pay to His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, a subfidy of ul. 2 f. per man, for the service of the year ending the it. April 1816, to the oumber of 16,000 men. This fubsidy shall be paid in London at the end of each month, by monthly instalments, to the perfon duely suthorised to receive the same on the part of His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, and the firft
25. b. Traité de fubfide entre S. M. Britannique et S. 1815 A. R. le Grand-Duc de Bade, ligné à Bruxelles 19 Mai,
le 19 Mai 1815.
Non Altele Royale le Grand-Duc de Baden étant par un traité signé à Vienne le 13 May accédé au traité d'alliance générale signé à la même place le 25 Mars dernier par les plénipotentiaires de la Grande - Brétagne, d'Autriche, de Rusie et de Prulle et s'étant engagée à mettre en campagne un contingent de 16,000 hommes dont un dixième de cavalerie avec l'artillerie en proportion; et S. A. R. le Prince Régent au nom et de la part de S. M. le Roi de la Grande - Brétagne et d'Ir. landé désirant autant qu'il est en Son pouvoir d'allifter Son Altesse Royale le Grand - Duc de Bade afin de mettre S. A. R. en état de faire les efforts nécessaires pour mettre en exécution fes engagemens', a nommé le Duc de Wellington etc. etc. et S. A. R. le Grand-Duc de Bade a nommé le Major - Général Baron de Franken afin de discuter et d'arrêter le mode dans lequel la dite a listance jera fournie : lesquels après s'être communiqué leurs plein. pouvoirs respectifs ont arrêté les articles suivans ::
ART. I. Sa Majesté Britannique s'engage à payer à Sub
✔ Sublide. Son Altesse Royale Té Grand-Duc de Bade un subside de 11 liv. sterling 2 shelling par homme pour le service de l'année' finissant le í Avril 1816 au nombre de 16,000 hommes. Ce subside sera payé à Londres à la fin de... chaque mois dans des termes mensuels à la personne duement autorisée à les recevoir de la part de S. A. R. le - , N4
1815 payment is to be made upon the exchange of the ratifi,
cations of this Treaty.;
In case Peace should take place or be signed between
the Allied Powers and France before the expiration of .: the said year, the subsidy shall be paid up to the end of
the month in which the definitive treaty shall have been figned, and His Britannick Majesty promises, in addition, to pay to His Royal Highnese The Grand Duke of Ba. den, the subsidy of one month, to cover the expenses of the return of his troops within his own frontiers.
ART. II. The Minister of His Royal Higboels The Grand Duke of Baden in London, shall concert with the officers to be appointed, by His Britapnick Majesty, as to the mode most convenient for the transmission of the money for the use of His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden.
Art. III, His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the game and on behalf of His Majesty the King' of Great Britain and Ireland, shall commission an officer to the Head Quarters of His Royal Highpels the Grand Duke of Baden, in order to report the mi Jitary operations; and this officer shall be permitted to ascertain that the contingent of His Royal Highneso is kept complete.
ART. IV. This Treaty shall be ratified, and the ra. tificationa shall be exchanged in London, as soon as pofsible.
In faith of which, the respective Plenipotentiaries have figned it, and have affixed thereunto the seals of their Arms.
Done at Brussels, this nineteenth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifteena Signed:
Signed: : (L. S.) WELLINGTON, (L. .) DE FRANCKEN,