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of two months, to cover the expenses of the return of 1815 his troops within his own frontiers.

Art. II. „The Minister of His Majesty the King of i Denmark in London, shall concert with the Officiers to :. be appointed by His Britannick Majesty, as to the mode i most convenient for the transmission of the money for the use of His Majesty the King of Denmark. .

Art. III. This Treaty shall be ratified, and the ra. tifications shall be exchanged in London as soon as, possible, .

In faith of which, the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed it, and have affixed thereunto the Seal of their Arms.

Done at Paris this Fourtheenth day of July one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Signed: .

Signed: (L. S.) WELLINGTON. (L. S.) WALTERSDORFF.

25. h. Traité de fubfide entre la Grande - Bretagne et us dui.

Electeur de Hesje, figné à Paris le 18 Juil 1815.
(Treaties presented to both houses of Parliament 1816.

Claff. A. pag. 55. 56.)
Treaty of subsidy beetween Great Britain and Helle,

figned at Paris the 15th. of July 1815.

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Flis Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe having; by
a Treaty figned at Vienda an the grh. of May, acceded
to the Treaty of Geperal Alliance signed at the same
place on the 25th. of March last by the Plenipoteo.
tiaries of Great Britain, Austria, Ruflia and Pruffia, and
baviog engaged to employ in the field a contingent
of 7,500 men, one - lepth of which shall be cavalry,
with artillery in proportion; and His Royal Highpess
the Prince Regent, actiog in the name and on the be-
balf of His Majesty the King of Great Britaįa and Ire..

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land, being desirous, as far as may be in His power, to aslift His Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe, in order to enable His Royal Highness to make the exer. tions to carry into execution His engagements, has named the Duke of Wellington etc. etc.; and His Royal, Highness the Elector of Helle has named M. de Dalwigk, Major and His Aide-de-Camp, in order to discuss and settle the terms on which the said assistance shall be given; who, having communicated to each other their respective full powers, bave agreed to the follo- ; wing Articles :

Art. I. His Britannick Majesty engages to pay to His Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe a subsidy of Ill. 2 l. per man, for the service of the year ending og the ift. of April 1816, to the number of 7,500 men. This fubfidy shall be paid in London at the end of each month, by monthly instalments, to the person duly authorized to receive the same on the part of His Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe, and the first payment is to be made upon the exchange of the ratifications of this Treaty.

In case Peace should take place, or be signed, between the Allied Powers and France before the expira. tion of the said year, the subsidy shall be paid up to the end of the month in which the definitive Treaty shall have been signed; and His Britannick Majesty pro. mises, in addition, to pay to His Royal Highness the Elector of Hefse the sublidy of one month, to cover the expenses of the return of His troops within His own froatiers.

Art. II. , The Ministers of His Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe, in London, shall concert with the officers to be appointed by His Britannick Majefty, as to the mode most convenient for the transmission of the money for the use of His Royal Highness the Elector of Heffe. : ART. III. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the behalf of His Majefty the King of Great Britain and Ireland, shall Comcaiffion an officer to the Head Quarters of His Royal Higboels the Elector of Heffe, in order to report the military operations, and this officer shall be permitted to ascer.

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tain that the contingent of His Royal Highness the Por Elector of Heffe is kept complete.

ART. IV. This Treaty fall be ratified, and the rati. fications shall be exchanged in London as soon as

In faith of which the respective Plenipotentiaries
I have signed it, and have affixed thereunto the seals of

their arms.
· Done at Paris this fifteenth day of July 1815.
Signed ; . ;

Signed:
(L. S.)

(L. S.)
per WELLINGTON, - LE BARON DE DalwIGK.

Major and Aide - de - Camp of
His Royal Highness the Elector

of Heffe.

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.: 25. i.
Traité de fubfide entre la Gr. Bretagne et le Grand- 15 Juil.

Duc de Hesse, figné à Paris le 15 Juillet 1815.
(Treaties presented to both houses of Parliament 1816.

Claff. A. pag. 39. 40.)
Treaty of subsidy between Great Britain and Helfe,

figned at Paris ssth. July 1815.

! Ilis Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe having Les by a Treaty signed at Vienna on the 20th of June, ac Eb7 ceded to the Treaty of General Alliance figned at the es lame place on the 25th, of March last by the PlenipotenHostiaries of Great Britain, Auftria, Rusia, and Pruflia, is ? and having engaged to employ in the field a contingent

of 8,000 men, ope-tenth of which shall be cavalry,
with artillery in proportion; and His Royal Highness

the Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the bem
the half of His Majesty the King of Great Britain and Ire-
Lujá land, being defirous, as far as may be in His power, to
g allift His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Hesse, in
order to enable His Royal Highness to make the exer.

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tions to carry into execution His engagements, has named the Duke of Wellington, etc. etc. ; and His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe has named LieutenantGeneral, the Baron de Schaeffer, who, having commu

nicated to each other their respective full powers, bave . agreed to the following Articles:

ART. I. His Britannick Majesty engages to pay to His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Hesse a subsidy of in l. 21, per man, for the service of the year ending on the ift. April 1816, to the number of 8,000 med; this subsidy shall be paid in London at the end of each month, by monthly instalments, to the person duly authorised to receive the same on the part of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe, and the firkt payment is to be made upon the exchange of the ratifications of this Treaty.

In cafe Peace should take place or be figned between the Allied Powers and France before the expiration of ? the faid year, the fubsidy 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 Highness the Grand Duke of Helle, the Tabfidy of one month, to cover the ex. penses of the return of his troops within his own frontiers.

ART. II. The Minifter of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe in London, shall concert with the Officers to be appointed by His Britannick Majesty, as to the mode moft convenient for the transmission of

the money for the use of His Royal Highness the , Grand Duke of Heffe. .

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, fhall commiffion an Officer to the bead-quarters of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe, in order to report the mili. tary operations; and this Officer shall be permitted to ascertain that the contingent of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Heffe is kept complete.

ART. IV. This Treaty fhall be ratified, and the ra. fifications thall be exchanged in London as soon as posable.

: In faith of which the refpective Plenipotentiaries 1915. have figned it, and have affixed thereto the seals of “Y their arms, Done at Paris, this 15th. day of July 1815.

Signed: (L. S.) WELLINGTON. (L. S.) LIEUT. GEN. BARON

. : DE SCHAEFF&R.

Signed:'!

:: 25. k. Traité de subfide entre la Gr. Brét. et le royaume a6 Aode.

de Hannovre, hgnt à Paris le 26 Août 1815. (Treaties presented to both houses of Parliament 1816.

Claff. A. pag. 35-37.) Treaty of subsidy between His Majesty and the Hanoverian Government (with Eight Additional Articles annexed), figned at Paris the 26the of

August 1815.

Count Munfter, on the part of the Hanoverian Go veroment, bavipg, by a Treaty bigned at Vienna on the ift. of April 1815; acceded to the Treaty of General Alliance figned at the same place on the twenty-fifth of March laft, by the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, Austria , Russia and Prussia; and having engaged to em ploy in the field a contingent of 26,400 men; and His '. Royal Highnefs the Prince Regent, acting in the name: and on the behalf of His Majesty the King of Great , Britain and Ireland, being desirous, as far as may be i in His power, to affift the Hanoverian Government, in order to enable it to make the exertions to carry into'. execution its engagements, has named the Duke of i Wellington etc. etc.; and the Hanoverian Government has hamed His Excellency Count Munster; who having communicated to each other their respective full powers, bave agreed to the following Articles.

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