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changed their full powers, have agreed upon the following Articles

Art. 1. His Majesty the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland engages to pay to His Majesty the Emperor of all the Russias, under the head of Additional Subsidy, and as compensation for a part of the extraordinary expenses occasioned by the aforementioned armament, the sum of four hundred and sixteen thousand six hundred and sixty-six pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence, sterling.

Art. 2. This sum shall be payable in London, by four monthly instalments; the first payment to take place at one month from the signing of the present Act.

Art. 3. The present Convention shall be ratified, and the ratifications thereof shall be exchanged within two months, or sooner if possible.

In faith of which, the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Convention, and have affixed thereunto the seal of their arms.

Done at Paris the fourth of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen.

(Signed)

(L. S.) CASTLEREAGH.

(Signed)

(L. S.) POZZO di BORGO.

PAPERS

RELATING TO

THE CONVENTION

FOR THE

EVACUATION OF PARIS.

LIST.

Extract of a Dispatch received by the Earl Bathurst from the Duke of Wellington, dated Gonasse, July 4, 1815.One Inclosure (Military Convention for Evacuation of Paris;) with Translation.

Copy of a Dispatch from Earl Bathurst to the Duke of Wellington; Downing-Street, 7th July 1815.

Copy of a Dispatch from the Duke of Wellington to Earl Bathurst; dated Paris, 13th July 1815.

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Extract of a Dispatch from Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington to the Earl Bathurst, dated Gonasse, July 4, 1815.

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THE Enemy sent to desire that the firing might cease on both sides of the Seine; with a view to the Negotiation, at the Palace of St. Cloud, of a Military Convention between the Armies, under which the French Army should evacuate Paris.

"Officers accordingly met on both sides at St. Cloud; and I enclose the Copy of a Military Convention which was agreed to last night, and which has been ratified by Marshal Prince Blücher and me, and by the Prince of Echmühl on the part of the French Army.

"This Convention decides all the Military Questions at this moment existing here, and touches nothing political.

"General Lord Hill has marched to take possession of the posts evacuated by agreement this day, and I propose to-morrow to take possession of Montmartre."

(In the Duke of Wellington's, of the 4th July 1815.)

Ce jourd'hui, trois Juillet, Mil huit cent quinze, les Commissaires nommés par les Commandant en Chef des Armées respectives, savoir: Monsieur le Baron Bignon, chargé du Portefeuille des Affairs Etrangères;

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