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General Observation. The Auxiliary Troops specified above, have been offered spoptaneously by the Sovereigns mentioned in the present Table.

1. In perfect conformity with the Engagements respectively entered into in 1813 and 1814, for the War then subsisting with France.

2. As to the actual Engagements and Succours which differ from former ones, they have been founded on the maximum, according to the analogy of the proportions of the respective Population.

3. This Table does not comprise the additional number which some Princes have already embodied, or that which others reserve to themselves to furnish ip case of exigency.

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(B.) TREATIES OF SUBSIDY. No.

1815. Page 1. Anhalt-Dessau, Bernburg, and Cæthen Paris ...... 10th July 484 2. Baden

Brussels ..19th May

486 3. Bavaria

Brussels.... 7th June 487 4. Brunswick and Luneburg

Paris. 28th August .. 488 5. Denmark.......

Paris 14th July .... 491 6. Frankfort on the Maine..

Paris

1st August 492 7. Hanover ..

Paris 26th August

493 8. Hesse Darmstadt

Paris 15th July

495 9. Hesse Cassel

Paris 15th July

497 10. Hohenzollern-Hechingen and Sigmaringen.. Paris 1st August .. 498 11. Holstein-Oldenburgh.......

5th September 499 12. Lubeck, Hamburgh, and Bremen..

Paris 21st July

500 13. Mecklenburg-Schwerin ..

Paris 29th July 501 14. Mecklenburg-Strelitz

8th August .. 502 15. Nassau

Brussels .. 16th June .... 503 16. Reuss ..

Paris ...... 1st August 504 17. Sardinia

Brussels
2nd May

505 18. Saxe-Coburg, Meiningen, & Hildburghausen. Brussels.... 15th June .... 506 19. Saxe-Gotha and Altenburg

Paris

1st August .. 503 20. Saxe-Weimar and Eisenach..

Paris

1st August .. 509 21. Saxony

Paris.

.... 14th July 510 22. Schaumburg-Lippe and Lippe..

Paris 1st August 511 23. Schwartzburg-Sondershausen and Rudolstadt.Paris ...... Ist August 512 24. Waldeck and Pyrmont. ...

Paris 1st August 514 25. Wirtemberg

Brussels.... 6th June

515

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(1.)-TREATY of Subsidy between Great Britain and Anhalt-Dessau,

Anhalt-Bernburg, and Anhalt-Cæthen.---Signed (in English and French) at Paris, 10th July, 1815.

Their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anhalt-Dessau, AnhaltBernbourg and Auhalt-Cæthen, having, by a Treaty signed at Vienna, the 13th May, [27th April,) acceded to the Treaty of General Alliance

signed at the same place on the 25th of March last, by the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia, and having engaged to employ in the field a contingent of 1600 men; viz. His Serene Higliness the Duke of Anhalt Dessau, as well in his own name as in that of the Duke of Anhalt Cæthen, his ward, the number of 1120 inen; and His Serene Highness the Duke of Anhalt Bernburg, a Battalion of 480 men ;

And His Royal Highness 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 Dukes of Anbalt, in order to enable their Serene Highnesses to make the exertions to carry into execution their engagements, has named the Duke of Wellington, &c. &c. &c.;

And their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anhalt-Dessau and Cæthen have named the Colonel Wielandt, &c. in the service of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Baden; and His Serene HighDess the Duke of Anhalt-Bernbourg, bis Chamberlain De Seelhorst, &c. 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, have agreed to the following Articles:

Art. I. His Britannic Majesty engages to pay to their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anhalt, a Subsidy of £11 2s. per man, for the ser. vice of the year ending on the 1st day of April, 1816, to the number of 1600 men. This Subsidy 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 their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anbalt; and the 1st 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 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 signed ; and His Britannic Majesty promises, in addition, to pay to their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anhalt, the Subsidy of 1 month, to cover the expenses of the return of their Troops within their own Frontiers.

II. The Minister of their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anhalt, io London, shall concert with the Officers appointed by His Britannic Majesty, as to the mode most convenient for the transmission of the money for the use of their Serene Highnesses the Dukes of Anbalt.

III. The present Treaty, made in Duplicate, one Copy to be sent to His Serene Highness the Duke of Anhalt-Dessau, and the other to His Serene Highness the Duke of Anhalt-Bernbourg, shall be ratified, and the Ratifications shall be exchanged in Londou as soon as possible.

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

Done at Paris, this 10th day of July, 1815. (L.S) WELLINGTON. (L.S.) C. W. H. WIELANDT,

(L.S.) J. DE SEELHORST.

(2.)-TREATY of Subsidy between Great Britain and Baden.

Signed (in English and French) at Brussels, 19th May, 1815.

His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, having, by a Treaty signed at Vienna on the 13th May, acceded to the Treaty of General Alliance signed at the same place on the 25th of March last, by the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia; and having engaged to employ in the field a contingent of 16,000 men, one-tenth of which shall be Cavalry, with Artillery in proportion;

And His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty The King of Great Britain and IreJand, being desirous, as far as may be in His power, to assist His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, in order to enable His Royal Highness to make the exertions to carry into execution His engagements, has named the Duke of Wellington, &c. &c.;

And His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden has named the General Major Baron de Francken, 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, have agreed to the following Articles :

Art. I. His Britannic Majesty engages to pay to His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, a Subsidy of £11 2s. per man, for the service of the year ending the 1st April 1816, to the number of 16,000 men. This Subsidy 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 Grand Duke of Baden ; and the 1st 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 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 signed; and His Britannic Majesty promises, in addition, to pay to His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, the Subsidy of 1 month, to cover the expenses of the return of his Troops within his own Frontiers.

II. The Minister of His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden in London, shall concert with the Officers to be appointed by His Britannic Majesty, as to the mode most convenient for the traus

mission of the money for the use of His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden,

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 commission an Officer to the Head-Quarters of His Royal Highness The Grand Duke of Baden, in order to report the military operations; and this Officer shall be permitted to ascertain that the Contingent of His Royal Highness is kept complete.

IV. This Treaty shall be ratified, and the Ratifications shall be exchanged in London as soon as possible.

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

Done at Brussels, this 19th day of May, 1815. (L.S.) WELLINGTON.

(L.S.) DE FRANCKEN.

(3.)— TREATY of Subsidy between Great Britain and Bavaria.

Signed (in English and French) at Brussel7th June, 1815.

His Majesty the King of Bavaria, having, by a Treaty signed at Vienna, on the 15th April, 1815, acceded to the Treaty of General Alliance signed at the same place on the 25th March last, by the Plenipotentiaries of Great Britain, Austria, Russia, and Prussia, and have ing engaged to employ in the field a contingent of 60,000 men, 1.10th of which shall be Cavalry, with Artillery in proportion ;

And His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty The King of Great Britain and Treland, being desirous, as far as may be in his power, to assist the King of Bavaria, in order to enable His Majesty to make the exertious to carry into execution his engagements, has named the Duke of Wel. lington, &c. &c. :

And His Majesty the King of Bavaria has named Colonel Wash. ington, &c. &c. in order to discuss and settle the terms on which the said assistance shall be given;

Who, having communicated their respective Full Powers, have agreed to the following Articles:

ART. I. His Britannic Majesty engages to pay to His Majesty the King of Bavaria, a Subsidy of £11. 2s. per man, for the service of the year ending on the 1st of April, 1816, to the number of 60,000 meu ; this Subsidy 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 Bavarian Majesty; and the 1st 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 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 signed; and His Britannic Majesty promises, in addition, to pay to His Bavarian Majesty the Subsidy of 2 months, to cover the expenses of the return of his Troops within his own Frontiers.

II, The Minister of His Majesty the King of Bavaria in London, shall concert with the Officers to be appointed by His Britannic Majesty, as to the mode most convenient for the transmission of the money for the use of His Bavarian Majesty.

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 commission an Officer to the Head-Quarters of His Ba. varian Majesty, in order to report the military operations; and this Officer shall be permitted to ascertain that the Contingent of His Bavarian Majesty is kept complete.

IV. Tbis Treaty shall be ratified, and the Ratifications shall be exchanged in London, as soon as possible.

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

Done at Brussels, this 7th day of June, 1815. (L.S.) WELLINGTON.

(L.S.) J. WASHINGTON.

(4.)-TREATY oj Subsidy between Great Britain and Brunswick.

Signed at Paris, 28th August, 1815. His Serene Highness the late Duke of Brunswick and Luneburg, having, by a Treaty signed at Vienna on the 27th April, 1815, acceded to the Treaty of General Alliance sigved at the same place on the 25th of March last, 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 7,149 men ;

And His Royal Highness 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 engagements contracted by His Serene Highness the late Duke of Brunswick, has named bis Grace the Duke of Wellington, &c. &c. &c.

And His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in his capacity of Tutor to 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 said assistance should be given.

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