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Art, I. His Britannick Majefty engages to pay to the Hanoverian Government, a subsidy of eleven pounds two shillings per man, for the service of the year ending on the ift. of April 1816, to the number of 26,400 men. This subsidy shall be paid in London, at the end of each month, by monthly inftalments, to the person duly authorised to receive the same on the part of the Hanoverian Government. This Treaty beginning to be
in force from the twenty-lifth of May laft. . . In case Peace should take place or be signed between
the Allied Powers and France, before the expiration of the said year, the fubfidy shall be paid op to the end of the month in which the definitive Treaty shall have
been ligned: and His Britannick Majesty promises, jo ; addition, to pay to the Hanoverian Government the
subidy of one month, to cover the expenses of the return of the troops within the Hanoverian frontier.
Art, II, The Minister of Hapover in London, fhall concert with the officers of His Britannick Majesty, as to the mode most convenient for the trapsmillion of the money for the use of the Hanoverian Government. Signed:
Signed: '(L. S.) WELLINGTON. (L. S.) Münster.
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ART. I, W hereas His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King of Hanover, has agreed to contribute,, for the common cause, the continued services of 16,400 men, beretofore subsidized by Great Britain, over and above the contingent of 10,000 men; and as the rate of eleven pounds two shillings per man, paid in London, is in. sufficient to defray the expense of this additional corps, His Royal Highoess the Prince Rrgent, actiog in-the name and on behall of His Majesty the King of the Uni. ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, agrees to pay monthly to Hanover , fuch fum as fhall be found to cover the actual expense to Hannover of the above men. tioned 16,400 men.'
ART. II. The commanding Officer of the faid Army BIC shall give in to the Comptroller of Army Accounts with the British Army, moothly, an estimate of the expense incurred, including pay and other allowances to the Officers and troops, and contingent expenses of all descriptions. The amount of this estimate, which shall exceed the sum of eleven pounds two shillings per man, paid in London for the 16,400 men, after having been examined and checked, shall be paid to the Hano. verian military chest with the army. . ] ' ART. IIl. Hanover shall be at no expense for provi. fions or hospitals for the officers and troops of this corps of 16,400 men, and the British Government shall be entitled to receive the stoppage of eigteen pfennigs per diem, which is usually deducted from the pay of every non-commissioned offiter, musician, and private, while in hospital,
ART. IV. Allarms, accoutrements, camp-kettles,' and other military effects belonging to the said corps, which may be loft, or become unserviccable during the existence of this Treaty, shall be replaced at the ex pense of Great Britain.
The British Government shall likewise make good to individuals, the amount of their personal loffes, to which they may be entitled according to the regulations of the Hanoverian army, such losses being firft inveftigated, ascertained, and certified by a Board of Hanoverian Officers, whose proceedings, and the regu. lations by which they are governed, are to be submitted to the Comptroller of Army Accounts,
ART. V. In order to cover all the expense which the Hanoverian Government would have to defray in maintaining the said corps of troops in an efficient Itata for service, it is agreed that the British Government shall pay .'? For every artillery and draught horse lost, Rix Dollarsa'. at the rate of .. .
115 For every bat horse .
. 89 For every cavalry appointment , i 27 :
For every soldier sent from Hanover, to :
to the different description of the arm
. . . For a huffar .. .
• ! ! 65 For an infantry man
40 The existence of these loffes, as also that they have been made good, must be ascertained every month by a Board of British and Hanoverian Officers, whose Report thall be laid before the Comptroller of Army Accounts.
ART. VI. Such of the officers, non-commiffioned officers, musicians and privates, belonging to the corps of 16,400 men, as may become difabled, or rendered unfit for service, by wounds or by other casualties happening to them, whilft actually in British subsidy, shall be allowed the usual Hanoverian penfion, at the expenses of Great Britain; which said penfions are moreover ta be paid to them in their own country, upon authentic and satisfactory certificates of cheir existence and inden. tity being, from time to time, produced by His Maje. Aty's Hanoverian Chancery of War.
Art. VII. The Hanoverian Army being, in the month of January next, entitled to clothing for the ; year 1816, Groat Britain engages to pay to Hanover a
compensation for such clothing, for the time it may continue in British lublidy::
ART. VIII., The provisions of these Articles are to continue in force till the corps shall' actually return to
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Done at Paris the 26th. August 1815.
in.25. 2. Traité de fubfide entre la Grande - Britagne et le 1815 Duché de Brounswic- Lunebourg, figné à Paris lė 98 Aofil
1128 Août 1815.. (Treaties presented to both houfes of Parliament 1816.
Claff. A. pag. 49-51). Treaty of subidy (with eight Additional Articles) between His Majesty and the Brunswick Government,
fgned at Paris 28th. August 1815.
Flis Serene Highness the late Duke of Brusswick and Luneburg, having by a Treaty figned at Viepna on the 27th. April 1815, acceded to the Treaty of General Al. '' liance figned at the same place on the 25th, of March : laft, by the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia, and having engaged to employ in the field a contingent of 3,000 men, but having actually brought into the field a corps of 7149 men; and His Royal Highoefs 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 in .. His power, to assist the Brunswick Government, in order to enable them to carry into execution the enga. gements contracted by His Serene Highness the late Duke of Brunswick, has named his Grace the Duke of Wellington etc. etc.; and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in his capacity of Tutor of the Minor Duke and · Regent of the Dukedom of Brunswick, has named his Excellency Count Munster, in order to discuss and settle the terms on which the faid affittance should be given;'. who, having communicated to each other their res spective full powers, have agreed to the following Articles;
Art. 1. His Britannick Majesty engages to pay to the Brunswick Government a sublidy of eleveo pounds two shillings per man, for the service of the year ene : ding on the ift, of April 1816, to the pumber of 7,149
men. This fublidy 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 the Brunswick Government, and the first payment is to be paid immediately,
In cafe Peace Tould take place 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 promiles, in addi. tion, to pay to the Brunswick Government the fubfidy
of one month, to cover the expense of the return of . :the troops within the Brunswick frontier. '
: ART. II. The Minister of Brunswick in London, 'shall concert with the officers of His Britannick Majesty, as to the mode moft convenient for the transmission of
the money for the use of the Brunswick Government. 1. Done at Paris the 28th, August 1815., in.. Signed:
· Signed: (L. S.) WelLINGTON. ', (L. S.) MÜNSTER,
ART. I, W hereas His Serene Highness the late Duke of Brunswick and Luneborg has agreed to contri. bute, for the common cause, the services of 4,149 men, over and above the contingent of 3,000 men, and as the rate of eleven pounds two shillings per man, paid in London, is insufficient to defray the expenses of this additional corps, His Royal Highness The Prince Regent, actiog in the name and on behalf of His Majesty the King of Great Britain and Ireland, agrees to pay, monthly, to the Government of Brunswick, such rum as shall be found to cover the actual exponse to Bruns. wick of the above-mentioned 4,149 meo.
ART. II. The Commanding Officer of the said corpo shall give in to the Comptroller of Army Accounts with the British army, monthly, an estimate of the expepse, jocurred, including pay, and other allowances to the Officers and troops, and contingent expenses of all descriptions. The amount of this estimate, which shall