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which shall be good and sufficient in law to warrant the persons to whom the same shall be directed to detain such person in custody, as directed in the said warrant, until delivered pursuant to the Act under which he shall have been apprehended.

III. And be it enacted, that this Act shall be construed with each of the said Acts separately, and as if this Act had been enacted in each of the said Acts.

IV. And be it enacted, that this Act may be amended or repealed by any Act to be passed in this Session of Parliament.

Metropolitan Police District, to wit.

Schedule-Warrant of Apprehension.

To all and each of the Constables of the
Metropolitan Police Force.

WHEREAS the Right Honourable one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, by warrant under his hand and seal, hath signified to me, that pursuant to the [Convention made between Her Majesty and the King of the French in the year 1843, or the Treaty made between Her Majesty and the United States of America in the year 1842, as the case may be], for the apprehension of certain offenders, requisition hath been duly made to him for delivering up to justice A.B., late of who is charged with having committed the crime. of [hereby specify the offence], within the jurisdiction of [His Majesty the King of the French, or the United States of America, as the case may be]:

This is therefore to command you, in Her Majesty's name, forthwith to apprehend the said A.B., pursuant to an Act passed in the 9th year of the reign of Her Majesty, intituled [here insert the title of this Act], wherever he may be found in England, and bring him before me, or some other Magistrate sitting in this Court, to answer unto the said charge, for which this shall be your warrant.

Given under my hand and seal, at police courts of the metropolis, this in the year of our Lord

one of the

day of

J. P. (L.S.)

Metropolitan Police District, to wit.

Warrant of Committal.

To A.B., One of the Constables of the Metropolitan Police Force, and to the Keeper of

the

BE it remembered, that on the

in the year of our Lord

at

day of

A.B, late of

is brought before me, J.P., one of the police magistrates of the metropolis, sitting at the police court in

within the

metropolitan police district, and is charged before me, for that

he the said A.B., on the

day of

at

within the jurisdiction of [His Majesty the King of the French, or the United States of America, as the case may be], did [here state the offence]: And forasmuch as it hath been shown to me, upon such evidence as by law is sufficient to justify the committal to gaol of the said A.B., pursuant to an Act passed in the 7th year of the reign of Queen Victoria, intituled [here insert the title of the 6th and 7th Victoria, chap. 75, or 6th and 7th Victoria, chap. 76, as the case may require], that the said A.B. is guilty of the said offence:

This is therefore to command you the said constable, in Her Majesty's name, forthwith to convey and deliver the body of the said A.B. into the custody of the said keeper of the

at

; and you the said keeper to receive the said A.B. into your custody in the same and him there safely to keep until he shall be thence delivered pursuant to the provisions of the said Act; for which this shall be your warrant.

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between Great

ADDITIONAL POSTAGE ARTICLES

Britain and France. Signed at Paris the 11th, and at London the 17th November, 1845.

[See French version, Page 364.]

ADDITIONAL ARTICLES to those agreed upon between the Post
Office of Great Britain and the Post Office of France, for
carrying into execution the Convention of April 3, 1843.
IN pursuance of the power granted by the Articles XLIX

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and LXXXVII of the Convention of April 3, 1843, between France and Great Britain, to the 2 Post Offices, to settle the matters of detail, which are to be arranged by mutual consent, for ensuring the execution of the said Convention,

The Undersigned, duly authorized for that purpose by their respective offices, have agreed upon the following Articles:

ART. I. The exchange of mails is suppressed between the Offices of Cherbourg and Jersey, of Paris and Gibraltar, and of Marseilles and Gibraltar.

II. Letters originating in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions, for the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, may be forwarded to the French Post Office, either unpaid, or paid to their destination, at the option of the senders.

III. Reciprocally, letters originating in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, addressed to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions, may be forwarded to the British Post Office, either unpaid, or paid to their destination, at the option of the senders.

IV. The French Post Office shall pay to the British Post Office, for postage on unpaid letters originating in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions, addressed to the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, namely:

1st. On letters from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at the rate of 1 shilling per ounce British, net weight.

2nd. On letters from the British colonies and possessions (but only from the port of embarkation in the said colonies and possessions), at the rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ounce British, net weight.

There shall be added to the rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence, fixed as above, that of 8 pence for the internal postage of such of the aforesaid letters as are forwarded from Jamaica (those coming from Kingston excepted), Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward's Island, and Newfoundland; making in all 4 shillings per ounce British, net weight.

V. The French Post Office shall likewise pay to the British * See Vol. 6, Pages 365, 380.

Post Office, for postage on letters, originating in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, which shall be paid to their destination in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions; namely,

1st. On letters addressed to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at the rate of 1 shilling per ounce British, net weight.

2nd. On letters addressed to the British colonies and possessions (but paid only to the port of landing in the said colonies and possessions), at the rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ounce British, net weight.

There shall be added to the rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence fixed as above, that of 8 pence for the internal postage of such of the aforesaid letters as are addressed to Jamaica (those addressed to Kingston excepted), Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward's Island, and Newfoundland; making in all, 4 shillings per ounce British, net weight.

VI. The British Post Office shall pay on its part to the French Post Office, for postage on unpaid letters originating in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, and addressed to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions, at the rate of 2 francs and 40 centimes for every 30 grammes, net weight.

VII. The British Post Office shall likewise pay to the French Post Office, for postage on letters originating in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the British colonies and possessions, which shall be paid to their destination in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, at the rate of 2 francs and 40 centimes for every 30 grammes, net weight.

VIII. The inhabitants of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the British colonies and possessions, and those of the. Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, may reciprocally send registered letters. The postage on such letters must in all cases be paid to the place of destination.

IX. The sum for which the two Offices of France and Great Britain shall mutually account to each other, as regards the postage of registered letters, sent either from the United Kingdom and its possessions to the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, or from the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation to the

United Kingdom and its possessions, shall be double the sums mutually fixed upon by the preceding Articles V and VII for ordinary letters paid to the place of destination.

X. The French Post Office shall pay to the Post Office of Great Britain an uniform rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ounce British, net weight, for transit through the territory of the United Kingdom, and for sea conveyance of paid letters originating in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, and addressed to colonies and countries beyond sea, wherever the same may be situated, when forwarded by the French to the British Post Office, to be conveyed either by private ships, by Government vessels, or by vessels freighted or maintained by order of Government, from the ports of the United Kingdom.

The same rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ounce British net weight, shall likewise be paid by the French Post Office to the Post Office of Great Britain, for sea conveyance and transit postage through the territory of the United Kingdom of unpaid letters, originating in colonies and countries beyond sea, wherever the same may be situated, addressed to the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation. It is however understood, that in the rate of 3 shillings and 4 pence per ounce British, fixed as above for sea conveyance and transit through the territory of the United Kingdom, of the letters described in the 2 preceding paragraphs, the rate with which those letters may be chargeable for internal postage in the said colonies and countries beyond sea is not included.

XI. The Post Office of Great Britain shall forward to the French Post Office, free from any charge for postage, newspapers and printed papers originating in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and addressed to the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation.

XII. The Post Office of Great Britain shall pay to the French Post Office, at the rate of 4 centimes, for every newspaper, for transit postage through France, of newspapers originating in the Cantons of the Swiss Confederation, and addressed to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

XIII. The Post Office of France shall pay, on its part, to the Post Office of Great Britain, at the rate of 1 penny, for every newspaper or printed sheet of paper, for transit postage

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