A General Collection of Treatys, Volumen4

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J. J. and P. Knapton, 1732
 

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Página 68 - ferene and moft potent the moft Chriftian King, as likewife the High and •Mighty Lords the Sta-tes General of the United Netherlands, by virtue of the Treaty between them this Day concluded and figned, have agreed on certain Conditions whereby a Peace may be made betwixt the moft
Página 85 - for preferving the publick Peace between the faid contracting Powers) hath been communicated to the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands : And whereas the
Página 103 - Convention between Charles VI. Emperor of the Romans and Catholick King of Spain, George King of Great Britain, and the Lords the States General of the United Provinces, relating to the Execution of certain Articles and ^Points of the Barrier Treaty, concluded on the
Página 226 - at the Court of Spain within the Space of four Months after the Exchange of the Ratifications of the prefent Treaty, or fooner if it can be done, ] to examine and decide what concerns the Ships and
Página 363 - be Peace or War between the Kingdoms of Britain and France, any thing more ihall be demanded for thefe Wines by the name of Cuftom or Duty, or by whatfoever other Title,
Página 141 - of Utrecht ; and particularly as to what may not have been put in Execution of the Points fettled by the Eighth, Eleventh and Fifteenth Articles of the Treaty of Peace, which mention the leaving to the Spaniards the free Commerce and Navigation to the Weft Indies, and the maintaining the
Página 1 - Charles VI. Emperor of the Romans, and Catholick King of Spain, on the one Part, and George King of Great Britain, and the Lords the States General of the United 'Provinces of
Página 147 - THE abovefaid particular Treaty fhall have the fame Force, as if it were inferted Word for Word in the Treaty of Defenfive Alliance, figned this Day, between the three Crowns ; and the Letters of
Página 39 - Treaty of Alliance between Lewis XV. King of France and Navarre, George King of Great Britain, and the Lords the States General of the United Provinces, for the Maintenance and
Página 363 - be obliged for ever hereafter, to admit the Wines of the Growth of Portugal into Britain } fo that at no time, whether there

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