treaty was fully considered, and it was then held that when a party
was duly surrendered by proper proceedings under the treaty with
Great Britain, he came to this country clothed with the protection
which the nature of such proceedings and the true construction of
treaty gave him. One of the rights with which he was then clothEd,
both in regard to himself and good faith to the country which sent
him here, was that he should be tried for no other offenee than the one
for which he was delivered under the extradition proceedings. If Ker
had been br ught to this country by proceedings under the treaty of
1870-74 with Peru, it seems probable from the statement of tne case
in the record that he might have successfully pleaded that he was ex-
tradited for larceny and convicted by the verdict of the jury ot embez-
zlement. But it is quite a different case when the plaintiff in errr
comes to this country in the manner in which he was brought here,
clothed with no rights which a proceeding under the treaty could have
given him, andl no duty which this country owes to Perti or to him
under the treaty."
   I have now done. and in discharging my duty to my State and to
this Court, I have not intentionally stated a single principle or urged a
solitary proposition which I would not solemnly affirm if I occupied
the position your Honor has for years so signally adorned. But I can
not resume my ,,eat in justice to myself without thanking the Court for
the courtesy and patience with which it has heard the argument I have
felt it incumbent upon me to submit.