NAPOLEON TO REMAIN IN BRITISH HANDS
Convention signed to give the government responsibility for the deposed emperor.
A convention was signed yesterday in Paris by Great Britain, Austria, Russia and Prussia, stipulating that the custody of Napoleon Bonaparte should be entrusted to the British Government. It was further agreed that the future whereabouts of the deposed emperor shall be at the choice of the British Government, although the other three powers shall appoint commissioners who are to reside in the chosen place. King Louis XVIII will be invited to send a French commissioner.