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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.

EDWD. THORNTON.

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.

EDWARDS PIERREPONT.

RETURN of Cases of Extradition of Prisoners under the Treaty between Great Britain and the United States of

August 9, 1842.*-August, 1876.7
RETURN of all Cases of Extradition of Prisoners which have occurred under Treaty between Great Britain and the United

States, showing in the case of Prisoners surrendered to Great Britain, the charges on which the Prisoner was demanded,
and those on which he was tried : and also stating in each case whether any special stipulation beyond those contained in
the Treaty was required or conceded by the Government of either country as a condition of the surrender."

Applications from United States to England for the Extradition of Criminals from 1842.

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Pollock, Andrew
Kent, John..
Clinton, J. O.
Booth, M.
Lowden, R...
Smith, James
Paramore, John
Hallyman, Thomas
Shapp, Henry
Watson, Wm. 8.
Collins, Ephraim
De Castro, J. M.
Woods, John
Souze, John
Johnson, Henry Norris
Collins, James Courtney

Surrendered.

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dence. f Laid before Parliament in 1876.

* Vol. XXX. Page 360.

Name.

Date.

Crime with which charged.

Result.

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Stephens, Charles .
Abraham, Henry
Burns, James
Reed, George
Shield,
Williamson, George
Thomas, John
Felton, J.
McNeney, J.
Talbot, C. H.
Jones, Claudius
Boutelle, Charles
White, James
Hall, Philander
Davenport, Daniel..
Smith, James
Dower, George
Lane, Edmund
Hires, Gordon
Mitchell, Stephen
Woods, William
Kelly, John..
Collins, Samuel
Dunbery, John
Featherstone, Lewis
Riley, John
Smith, James
Bradford, W. B.
Gorman, M. M.
Hawkins, W. H.

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1863
1864

Robbery
Murder
Assault with intent to murder

Astorgo, Pedro
Marcanos, Pedro
Salas, Perfecto
Sanda, Martin
Panja, John
Rosa, Manuel Jos...
Jacquire, Joseph
Duffy, Thomas
McLauren, R. N.
Miller, James
Campbell, Charles.
Brun, J.
Collins, W...
Curry,
Ruest, Francis
Clements, James
Wilson, J.
O'Brien, Daniel
Kelly, -
Windsor, C.
Ward, G.
Good, Thomas
Booth, Wilkes
Flint, C. C...
Phillips, J. A.
Seitz, Charles Frank
Mitchell, John
Cunningfort, James
Crunk or Crank, John Henry
Howard, Charles, or Chyiman, or Mac-

farlano.

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Died before any steps could be taken.
Result not reported to Home Office.
Nothing came of this case.
Result not reported to Home Office.
Discharged by magistrate.
Magistrate declined to issue warrant, as the

charge only amounted to “ larceny."

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* Warrants were issued in November, 1876, for the apprehension of Winslow, Brent, and Gray. See Page 901.

Applications from England to the United States for the Extradition of Criminals from 1842.

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