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been committed for extradition on the 4th instant, he did not doubt that he would be surrendered on the 19th instant. In that case the Government of the United States would consider Article X of the Treaty of 1842 as again in force, and would make and receive requisitions for the surrender of fugitive criminals. It would likewise be ready then to enter at once upon the negotiation of a ne Extradition Treaty. The Earl of Derby.
Mr. Pierrepont to the Earl of Derby.-(Received December 27.)
Legalion of the United States, MY LORD,
London, December 25, 1876. I HAVE the honour to acquaint you that I am advised by my Government that Charles Innis Brent having been surrendered by the Government of Great Britain to the United States under Article X of the Treaty of 1842, the President of the United States will now be ready to respond to and make requisitions under the said Article X of the Treaty aforesaid, as heretofore, subject to the provisions of Article XI of the said Treaty.
I have, &c., The Earl of Derby.
RETURN of Cases of Extradition of Prisoners under the Treaty between Great Britain and the United States of
August 9, 1842.*-August, 1876.7
States, showing in the case of Prisoners surrendered to Great Britain, the charges on which the Prisoner was demanded,
Applications from United States to England for the Extradition of Criminals from 1842.
Discharged by magistrate. Insufficient evi.
Result not reported to Home Office. Surrendered.
Discharged by magistrate. Insufficient evi
dence. f Laid before Parliament in 1876.
* Vol. XXX. Page 360.
Crime with which charged.
Stephens, Charles .
Result not reported to the Home Office.
Died before any steps could be taken.
charge only amounted to “ larceny."