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Treaties of Accession were entered into with the following States :
No. 1. Ballen
signed at Vienna, 13 May, 1815. 2. Bavaria
Ditto 15 April
Paris, 1 Sept.
Vienna, 7 April
23 May 6. Netherlands
28 April 7. Portugal
8 April 8. Sardinia
9 April 9. Saxony
27 May 10. Switzerland
Zurich, 20 May Translation of the preceding 11. Wurtemburg,
Vienna, 30 May 12. Princes and Free Towns of Germany 27 April
Treaties of Subsidy were entered into with the following States :
No. 1. Baden
signed at Bru-sels, 19 May, 1815.
7 June Paris,
PRINCES AND FREE TOWNS OF GERMANY, VIZ.
9. Anhalt-Dessau, Bernbourg and
Paris, 10 July Cothen 10. Brunswick-Luneberg
28 Aug. 11. Frankfort on the Maine
Paris 12. He-se (Elector)
15 July 13. Holstein-Oldenburgh
5 Sept. 14. Hohenzollern-Hechingen and
1 Aug Sigmaringen 15. Lubeck, Hamburgh, and Bremen
21 July 16. Mecklenburgh-Schwerin
29 July 17. Mecklenburg-Strelitz
8 Aug. 18. Na sau
Brussels, 16 June 19. Reuss
Paris 1 Aug 20. Saxe-Cubourg, Meinungen, and
Hildburghausen 21. Saxe-Gotha and Altenburg Paris, 1 Aug. 22. Saxe-Weimar and Eisenach
2 B 2
} } Brussels, 15 June
1 Aug. 1815.
23. Schaumburg-Lippe and Lippe Paris, 24. Schwartzburg-Soudershausen
and Rudelstadt 25. Walbeck and Pyrmont
Additional Convention with Russia Paris,
TREATIES OF ACCESSION.
Art. 2. In consequence of this
accession, his Royal Highness the (No. 1.)-BADEN.
Grand Duke of Baden engages Accession to the Treaty of Alliance, on his part to keep in the field a
signed at Vienna, March 25, corps of 16,000 men of all arms, 1815.
which shall form part of the Art. 1. His Majesty the King grand army assembling on the of the United Kingdom of Great Upper Rhine, under the comBritain and Ireland, having en mand of Field Marshal Prince gaged conjointly with their Ma-- Schwartzenberg. jesties the Emperor of Austria, The troops of his Royal HighKing of Hungary and Bohemia, ness shall continue united in one the Emperor of all the Russias, corps, and shall be under the imand his Majesty the King of mediate command of a general Prussia, to unite the means of named by his Royal Highness. their States for the purpose of
The Landsturm shall be called maintaining in all their integrity out according to the exigency of the conditions of the treaty con the case, and is not comprised in cluded at Paris on the 30th May, the calculation made in the pre1814, as well as the stipulations sent article, and shall only serve which shall be agreed upon and within the country and for the signed at the Congress of Vienna, defence of the interior. to the end of completing the dis Art. 3. His Britannic Majesty positions of that Treaty, and se engages in his own name, as well curing them against every at as in that of their Majesties the tempt, and especially against the Emperor of Austria, King of designs of Napoleon Buonaparte; Hungary and Bohemia, the Emand to direct to this effect all peror of all the Russias, and his their efforts against him and his Majesty the King of Prussia, not partisans, in order to put it out to lay down his arms without of his power in future to disturb particularly taking into consithe tranquillity of Europe and deration the interests of his Royal the general peace; his Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Highness the Grand Duke of Baden, and not to permit the poBaden accedes to this alliance, litical existence of the Grand and solemnly engages to unite the Duchy to be violated. means of his States with those of Art. 4. When the object of the his . Britannic Majesty, and the present war shall have been atSovereigns his Allies, in order tained, his Britannic Majesty enthus to direct, in concert, and gages, in concert with his Allies, with common consent, all their to admit his Royal Highness the efforts to the same end.
Grand Duke to bear a part in the
TREATIES OF SUBSIDY.
arrangements of the future peace, jesty promises, in addition, to pay in as far as they shall concern his to his Royal Highness the Grand interests.
Duke of Baden, the subsidy of Art. 5. Every thing relating to one month, to cover the expenses the subsistence, equipment, and of the return of his troops within transport; to hospitals and all his own frontiers. other objects necessary to sup
Art. 3. His Royal Highness port and facilitate the movements the Prince Regent, acting in the of the troops, and the operations name and on the behalf of his of the war, shall be regulated by Majesty the King of Great Bria particular Convention.
tain and Ireland, shall commis(L. S.) CLANCARTY.
sion an Officer to the Head Quar(L. S.) Le Baron de Hacke. ters of his Royal Highness the (L. S.) Le Baron de BERK Grand Duke of Baden, in order
to report the military operations ; [The other Treaties of Acces- • and this officer shall be permitted sion are in the same style and to ascertain that the contingent form.]
of his Royal Highness is kept complete.
Signed, [All the Treaties contain an
article similar to this.] (No. 1.)-Baden.
(L. S.) WELLINGTON. Treaty of Subsidy between Great
(L. S.) DE FRANCKEN. Britain and Baden, signed at Brussels, 19th May, 1815.
(No. 2.)-BAVARIA. Art. 1. His Britannic Majesty Treaty of Subsidy between Great engages to pay to his Royal High Britain and Bavaria, signed at ness the Grand Duke of Baden, a Brussels, 7th June, 1815. subsidy of 11l. 2s. per man for Art. 1.
His Britannic Majesty the service of the year ending the engages to pay to his Majesty the 1st of April, 1816, to the num King of Bavaria a subsidy of ber of 16,000 men. This subsidy 11l. 2s. per man, for the service shall be paid in London at the of the year ending on the 1st of end of each month, by monthly April 1816, to the number of instalments, to the person duly 60,000 men; this subsidy shall authorised to receive the same be paid in London at the end of on the part of his Royal High each month, by monthly instalness the Grand Duke of Baden, ments, to the person duly authoand the first payment is to be rised to receive the same on the made upon the exchange of the part of his Bavarian Majesty, and ratifications of this Treaty. the first payment is to be made
In case Peace should take place upon the exchange of the ratificaor be signed between the Allied tions of this treaty. Powers and France hefore the In case peace should take place, expiration of the said year, the or be signed between the Allied subsidy shall be paid up to the Powers and France before the exend of the month in which the piration of the said year, the subDefinitive Treaty shall have been sidy shall be paid up to the end of signed; and his Britannic Ma- the month in which the definitive
treaty shall have been signedl; and his Britannic Majesty pro.
(No. 4.)-HANOVER. mises, in addition, to pay to his Treaty of Subsidy between his MaBavarian Majesty the subsidy of jesty and the Hanoverian Governtwo months, to cover the expenses ment, (with eight udditional Arof the return of his troops within ticles annexed), signed at Paris his own frontiers.
the 26th of August 1815. (Signed)
Art. 1. His Britannic Majesty (L.S.) Wellington. (L. S.) J. WASHINGTON.
engages to pay the Hanoverian Guvernment a subsidy of 11l. 2s. per man, fo: the service of the
year ending on the 1st of April (No. 3.)-DeNMARK.
1816, to the number of 26,400 Treaty between Great Britain and This subsidy shall be paid
Denmurk, signed at Puris 14th in London, at the end of each July 1815.
month, by monthly instalments, Art. 1. His Britannic Majesty receive the same on the part of
to the person duly authorised to engages to pay his Majesty the
the Hanoverjan Governnient. King of Denmark a subsidy of This Treaty beginning to be in 11l. 2s. per man, for the service
fori e from the 25th of May last. of the year ending on the 1st of April 1816, to the number of
In case peace should take place 15,000 men : this subsidy shall Powers and France before the ex
or be signed between the Allieil be paid in London at the end of each month, by monthly instal- piration of the said year, the subments, to the person duly autho-sidy shall be paid up to the end
of the month in which the Definirised to receive the same on the tive Treaty shall have been signedl; part of his Majesty the King of and his Britannic Majesty proDenmark, and the first payment mises, in addition, to pay to the is to be made upon the exchange Hanoverian Government the subof the ratifications of this Treaty. sily of one month, to cover the
In case peace should take place or be signed between the Allied expenses of the return of the Powers and France before the ex
troops within the Hanoverian
frontier. piration of the said year, the sub
(L. S.) WELLINGTON. sidy shall be paid up to the end of
(L. S.) MUNSTER. the month in which the Definitive Treaty shall have been signed : and his Britannic Majesty pro Art. 1. Whereas his Royal mises, in addition, to pay to his Highness the Prince Regent, in Majesty the King of Denmark the the name and on behalf of his subsidy of two months, to cover Majesty the King of Hanover, the expenses of the return of his has agreed to contribute, for the troops within his own frontiers. common cause, the continued ser(Signed)
vices of 16,400 men, heretofore (L. S.) WELLINGTON. subsidized by Great Britain, over (L. S.) WATTERSDORFF. and above the contingent of
10,0 10 men; and as the rate of The British Government shall 111. 28. per man, paid in London, likewise make good to individuals is insufficient to defray the ex the amount of their personal pense of this additional corps, his losses, to which they may be enRoyal Highness the Prince Re titled according to the regulations gent, acting in the name and on of the Hanoverian army, such the behalf of his Majesty the King losses being first investigated, of the United Kingdom of Great ascertained, and certified by a Brit'in and Irelanıl, agrees to pay Board of Hanoverian Oficers, monthly to Hanover such sum as whose proceedings, and the regushall be found to cover the actual lations by which they are governexpense to Janover of the above- ed, are to be submitted to the meniionel 16,400 men.
Comptroller of Army Accounts. Art. 2. The Commanding Officer of the said army shall give in to the Comptroller of Army dc- (No.5.)--Hesse (GRAND DUKE.) counts with the British army, Treaty of Subsidy between Great monthly, an estimate of the ex
Britain and Ilesse, signed at Papense incurred, including pay and
ris, 15th July 1815. other allowances to the officers and troops, and contingent ex. Art. 1. His Britannic Majesty penses of all descriptions. The engages to pay to his Royal Highamount of this estimate, which ness the Grand Duke of Hesse a shall exceed the sum of 111. 2s. subsidy of 11l. 2s. per man, for per man, paid in London for the the service of the year ending on 16,400 men, after having been the 1st April 1816, to the number examined and checked, shall be of 8,000 men ; this subsidy shall paid to the Hanorerian military be paid in London at the end of chest with the arnıy.
each month, by monthly instalArt. 3. Hanover shall be at ments, to the person duly authono expense for provisions or hos. rised to receive the same on the pitals for the officers and troops part of his Royal Highness the of this corps of 16,400 men, and Grand Duke of Hesse, and the the British Government shall be first payment is to be made upon entitled to receive the stoppage of the exchange of the ratifications eighteen pfennigs per diem, which of this Treaty. is usually deducted from the pay In case peace should take place of every non-commissioned officer, or be signed between the Allied musician and private, while in Powers and France before the exhospital.
piration of the said year, the subArt. 4.
All arms, acroutre- sidy shall be paid up to the end of ments, camp-kettles, and other the month in which the Definitive military effects belonging to the Treaty shall have been signed ; said corps, which may be lost, or and his Britannic Majesty probecome unserviceable during the mises, in addition, to pay to his existence of this Treaty, shall be Royal Highness the (irand Duke replace at the expense of Great of Hesee the subsidy of one month, Britain.
to cover the expenses of the re