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[29 March, 1632.]

Ce qui est promis de la part du Roi de la Grand Bretagne.

La nouvelle France.

[29 March, 1632.]


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PART IV.



SECTION I.—TREATIES.



No. 58.
EXTRACT FROM TREATY OF ST. GERMAIN EN LAYE, 29 MARCH, 1632.


    III. De la part de sa Majesté de la Grand Bretagne, ledit Sieur Ambassadeur en vertu du pouvoir qu'il a, lequel sera inseré en fin des Presentes, Apromis et promet pour et au nom de sadite Majesté, de rendre et restituer à sa Majesté tres-Chrestienne tous les lieux occupés en la nouvelle France, la Cadie, et Canada, par les sujets de Sa Majesté de la Grand Bretagne: Iceux faire retirer desdits lieux; Et pour céet effect ledit Sieur Ambassadeur deliurera Chrestien en bonne forme, le Pouvoir qu'il a de sa Majesté de la Grand Bretagne pour la restitution desdits lieux; ensemble les Commandens de sa Majesté à tous ceux qui commandent dans le Port Royal, Fort de Quebec, et Cap Breton, pour estre lesdites Place et Fort rendus et remis és mains de ceux qu'il plaira à sa Majesté très-Chrestienne ordonner, huict iours après que lesdits Commandements auront esté notifer à ceux qui commandent ou commanderont esdits Lieux: Ledit temps de huict iours leur estant donné pour retirer copendant hors desdits Lieux, Places, et Forts, leurs Armes, Bagages, Marchandises, Or, Argent, Utensiles, et generalement tout ce qui leur appartient: Ausquels, et à tous ceux qui sont esdits Lieux, est donné le terme de trois Semaines apres lesdits huict iours expirez, pour durant icelles, our plustost, si faire se peut, rentrer en leurs Navires avec leurs Armes, Munitions, Bagages, Or, Argent, Utensiles, Marchandises, Pelleteries, et generalement tout ce qui leur appartient, pour de là se retirer, en Angleterre sans sejourner davantage esdits Païs.

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(Translation)

    III. On the part of his Majesty of Great Britain, the said Lord Ambassador, by virtue of the Power granted to him, which shall be inserted at the end of these Presents, hath promis'd, and doth promise, for and in the name of his said Majesty, to render and restore to his most Christian Majesty all the Places possess'd in New France, Acadia and Canada, by the Subjects of his Majesty of Great Britain, and cause them to depart from those Places. And for their effect the said Lord Ambassador shall presently, upon passing and signing these Presents, deliver to the Commissioners of the most Christian King, in good Form, the Power which he hath receiv'd from his Majesty of Great Britain, for the Restitution of the said Places, together with the Orders of his said Majesty to such as command in Port Royal, Port Quebec and Cape Breton, to give up the said Places and Fort, and deliver them into the hands of those whom it shall please his most Christian Majesty to appoint, in eight days after the said Orders shall have been notify'd to those who do command, or shall command in the said Places; the said space or eight days being given them to remove, in the mean time, out of the said Places and Fort, their Arms, Baggage, Merchandizes, Gold, Silver, utensils, and in general every thing that belongs to them: to whom, and to all who live in the said Places, is granted the space of three Weeks after the expiration of the said eight days, for entering (during the said time, or sooner if possible) into their Ships, with their Arms, Ammunition, Baggage, Gold, Silver, Utensils, Merchandizes, Furs, and in general everything belonging to them, in order to depart thence into England, without any longer stay in the said Countries.

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