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THE ELEVENTH VOLUME.
PEACE OF PARIS.
Sept. 4. The Right Hon. N. Vansittart to Lord Castlereagh,
relative to the Danish subsidy and our engagements
by the Treaty of Vienna respecting the rate to be paid
for any deficiency in our quota; adverting to the
question of the expense for the guardianship of Bona-
parte, and the contribution to be charged upon
France; and to the low price of the Funds, and its
effects . . .
6. Lord Bathurst to Mr. Baker, transmitting for ratification
a Convention concluded with the United States for
regulating the commercial relations of the two coun-
tries . .
6. Lord Bathurst to Mr. Baker, conveying instructions to
acquaint the Government of the United States with
the restrictions necessary to be imposed against inter-
course with St. Helena .
6. Lord Bathurst to Mr. Baker, on the same subject as the
preceding letter . .
. . .
7. Lord Bathurst to Mr. Baker, conveying instructions re-
specting the question of the Fisheries
7. Note (addressed apparently by Count Nesselrode to Lord
Castlereagh) explaining the sentiments of the Emperor
Alexander relative to the system of temporary gua-
rantees from France