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Caisses Publiques toutes les sommes et effets qui en auroient été déplacés par ses ordres, à l'exception de ce qui provient de la Liste Civile.
XII. Les Dettes de la Maison de Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon, telles qu'elles se trouvent au jour de la Signature du présent Traité, seront immédiatement acquittées sur les arrérages dûs par le Trésor Public à la Liste Civile, d'après les états qui seront signés par un Commissaire nommé à cet effet.
XIII. Les obligations du Monte Napoléone de Milan envers tous ses Créanciers, soit Français, soit Etrangers, seront exactement remplies, sans qu'il soit fait aucun changement à cet égard.
XIV. On donnera tous les saufs conduits nécessaires pour le libre voyage de Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon, de l'Impératrice, des Princes et Princesses, et de toutes les Personnes de leur suite, qui voudront les accompagner ou s'établir hors de France, ainsi que pour le passage de tous les Equipages, chevaux et effets, qui leur appartiennent.
Les Puissances Alliées donneront en conséquence des Officiers et quelques Hommes d'Escorte.
XV. La Garde Impériale Française fournira un Détachement de 1200 à 1500 hommes de toute arme, pour servir d’Escorte jusqu'à Saint Tropez, lieu de l'embarquement.
XVI. Il sera fourni une Corvette A rinée, et les Bâtimens de Transport, nécessaires pour conduire au lieu de sa destination, Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon, ainsi que sa Maison : la Corvette demeurera en toute propriété à Sa Majesté.
XVII. Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon pourra amener avec lui, et conserver pour sa Garde, 400 hommes de bonne volonté, tout Officiers que Sous-Officiers et Soldats.
XVIII. Tous les Français qui auront suivi Sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon ou sa Famille, seront tenus, s'ils ne veulent perdre leur qualité de Français, de rentrer en France dans le terme de 3 ans, au moins qu'ils en soient compris dans les exceptions que le Gouvernement Français se réserve d'accorder après l'expiration de ce terme.
XIX. Les Troupes Polonaises de toute arıne qui sont au service de France, auront la liberté de retourner chez elles, en conservant armes et bagages comme un témoignage de leurs services honorables. Les Officiers, Sous-Officiers, et Soldats conserveront les décorations qui leur ont été accordées, et les pensions affectées à ces décorations.
XX. Les Hautes Puissances Alliées garantissent l'exécution de tous les Articles du présent Traité. Elles s'engagent à obtenir qu'ils soyent adoptés et garantis par la France.
XXI. Le présent Traité sera ratifié, et les Ratifications en seront échangées à Paris, dans le terme de 2 jours ou plutôt si faire se peut.
Fait à Paris, le 11 Avril, 1814. (L.S.) LE PRINCE DE MET. (L.S.) CAULAINCOURT. TERNICH.
(L.S.) NEY, Maréchal. (L.S.) CHARLES ROBERT, (L.S.) MACDONALD, MaréCOMTE DE NESSELRODE.
chal. (L.S.) CHAS. AUG., BARON
(2.)— Treaty between Austria, Prussia, and Russia, and Napoleon Buonaparte.-Signed at Paris, 11th April, 1814.
(Translation.) Their Majesties the Emperor of Austria, the Emperor of All the Russias, and the King of Prussia, stipulating in their own name, as well as in that of all their Allies, on one part; and His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, on the other, having appointed their Plenipotentiaries ; namely,
His Majesty the Emperor of Austria, the Prince de Metternich, &c.; His Majesty the Emperor of All the Russias, Count de Nesselrode, &c.; His Majesty the King of Prussia, the Baron de Hardenberg, &c.; and His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, M. Caulaincourt, Duke of Vicenza, &c.; Marshal Ney, Prince of Moskwa, &c.; Marshal Macdonald, Duke of Tarentum.
The Plenipotentiaries above-mentioned, after having exchanged their respective Full Powers, have agreed upon the following Articles :
Art. I. His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon renounces for himself, his Successors and Descendants, as well as for all the members of his family, all right of Sovereignty and Dominion, as well to the French Empire, and the Kingdom of Italy, as over every other Country.
II. Their Majesties the Emperor Napoleon and the Empress Maria Louisa shall retain their Titles and Rank, to be enjoyed during their Jives. The Mother, the Brothers, Sisters, Nephews and Nieces, of the Emperor, shall also retain, wherever they may reside, the titles of Princes of his family.
II. The Isle of Elba, adopted by His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon as the place of his residence, shall form, during his life, a separate Principality, which shall be possessed by him in full Sovereignty and property.
There shall be besides granted, in full property, to the Emperor Napoleon, an annual revenue of 2,000,000 francs, in Rent Charge, in the Great Book of France, of which 1,000,000 shall be in reversion to the Empress.
IV. All the Powers engage to employ their good offices to cause to be respected, by the Barbary Powers, the Flag and the Territory
of the Isle of Elba; for which purpose the relations with the Barbary Powers shall be assimilated to those with France.
V. The Duchies of Parina, Placentia, and Guastalla, shall be granted in full property and Sovereignty to Her Majesty the Empress Maria Louisa; they shall pass to her Son, and to his Descendants in the right line.
The Prince, her Son, shall from henceforth take the title of Prince of Parma, Placentia, and Guastalla.
VI. There shall be reserved, in the Territories hereby renounced, to His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, for himself and his family, Domains or Rent Charges in the Great Book of France, producing a revenue, clear of all deductions and charges, of 2,500,000 francs. These Domains or Rents shall belong in full property to, and be disposed of as they shall think fit by, the Princes and Princesses of his Family, and shall be divided among them in such a manner, that the revenue of each shall be in the following proportions: viz. To Madame, Mother .......
300,000 Francs. To King Joseph and his Queen
500,000 To King Louis.........
200,000 To the Queen Hortense and her Children ... 400,000 To King Jerome and his Queen....
500,000 To the Princess Eliza ....
300,000 To the Princess Paulina ....
300,000 The Princes and Princesses of the House of the Emperor Napo. leon shall retain, besides, their property, moveable and immoveable, of whatever nature it may be, which they shall possess by individual or public right, and the rents of which they shall enjoy (also as Individuals) in the Great Book of France, or in the Monte Napoleone of Milan.
VII. The annual pension of the Empress Josephine shall be reduced to 1,000,000, in Domains or in Inscriptions in the Great Book of France; she shall continue to enjoy, in full property, all her private property, moveable and immoveable, with power to dispose of it conformable to the French Laws.
VIII. There shall be granted to Prince Eugene, Viceroy of Italy, a suitable establishment out of France.
IX. The property which Flis Majesty the Emperor Napoleon possesses in France, either as extraordinary domain, or as private domain, shall remain attached to the Crown. Of the Funds placed by the Emperor, either in the Great Book of France, in the Bank of France, in the Actions des Forêts, or in any other manner, and which His Majesty abandons to the Crown, there shall be reserved a capital, which shall not exceed 2,000,000, with a view of being expended in gratifications in favour of persons, whose names shall be contained in a list to be signed by the
Emperor Napoleon, and which shall be transmitted to the French Government.
X. All the Crown Diamouds shall remain in France.
XI. His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon shall return to the Treasury and to the other Public Chests, all the sums and effects that shall have been taken out by his orders, with the exception of what has been appropriated from the Civil List.
XII. The debts of the Household of His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, such as they were on the day of the Signature of the present Treaty, shall be immediately delivered out of the arrears due by the Public Treasury to the Civil List, according to a list, which shall be signed by a Commissioner appointed for that purpose.
XIII. The obligation of the Mont-Napoleon, of Milan, towards all the Creditors, whether Frenchmen or Foreigners, shall be exactly fulfilled, and no change whatever shall take place in this respect.
XIV. There shall be given all the necessary Passports for the free passage of His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, or of the Empress, the Princes and Princesses, and all the Persons of their Suites who wish to accompany them, or to establish themselves out of France, as well as for the passage of all the equipages, horses, and effects belonging to them. The Allied Powers shall, in consequence, furoish Officers and Men for Escorts.
XV. The French Imperial Guard shall furnish a detachment of from 1200 to 1500 men, of all arms, to serve as an Escort to the Emperor Napoleon, to St. Tropez, the place of his embarkation.
XVI. There shall be furnished a Corvette and the necessary transport vessels to convey to the place of his destination His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon and his Household; and the Corvette shall belong, in full property, to His Majesty the Emperor.
XVII. The Emperor Napoleon shall be allowed to take with hiin, and retain as his Guard, 400 men, volunteers, as well Officers, as SubOfficers and Soldiers.
XVIII. All Frenchmen who shall have followed the Emperor Napoleon or his Family, shall be held to have forfeited their rights as such by not returning to France within 3 years; unless they or he be comprised in the exceptions which the French Government reserves to itself to grant after the expiration of that term.
XIX. The Polish Troops of all arms, in the service of France, shall be at liberty to return home, and shall retain their arms and baggage, as a testimony of their honourable services. The Officers, Sub-Officers, and Soldiers, shall retain the decorations which have been granted to them, and the pensions annexed to those decorations.
XX. The High Allied Powers guarantee the execution of all the Articles of the present Treaty, and engage to obtain that it shall be adopted and guaranteed by France.
XXI. The present Act shall be ratified, and the Ratifications exchanged at Paris, within 2 days, or sooner, if possible.
Done at Paris, the 11th of April, 1814. (L.S.) THE PRINCE DE (L.S.) CAULAINCOURT. METTERNICH.
(L.S.) MARSHAL NEY. (LS.) CHARLES ROBERT, (L.S.) MACDONALD.
COMTE DE NESSELRODE. (L.S.) CHAS. AUG., BARON
(3.)- Acte de Ratification de l'Empereur Napoléon - Fontainebleau,
le 12 Avril, 1814. Avons approuvé le Traité ci-dessus en tous et chacun des Articles qui y sont contenus, déclarons qu'il est accepté, ratifié et confirmé, et promettons qu'il sera inviolablement observé. En foi de quoi, nous avons donné les Présentes, signées de notre main, contresignées et munies de notre Sceau Impérial.
Fait à Fontainebleau, le 12 Avril, 1814. Le Ministre Secrétaire d'Etat,
NAPOLEON. DUC DE BASSANO.
(4.)-Declaration of Viscount Castlereagh.—Paris, 11th April, 1814.
LORD CASTLERE AGH, in undertaking on the part of his Government for an Act of Accession to the Treaty signed this day, so far as the same concerns the possession in Sovereignty of the Island of Elba and also of the Duchies of Parma, Placentia, and Guastalla, requests it may be understood that the Act in question will, in conformity to the accustomed usage of the British Government, be an act binding upon His Britannick Majesty with respect to his own acts, but not with respect to the acts of third Parties.
(5.)- British Act of Accession.-Paris, 27th April, 1814. Whereas Their Imperial and Royal Majesties, the Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary and Bohemia, the Emperor of All the Russias, and the King of Prussia, have entered into a Treaty, concluded at Paris, on the 11th April of the present year, for the purpose of granting, for such respective periods as in the said Treaty are mentioned, to the person and family of Napoleon Buonaparte, the possession in Sovereignty of the Island of Elba, and the Duchies of