A General Collection of Treatys, Volume 1

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J. J. and P. Knapton, 1732 - Treaties
 

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Page 127 - Faith etc. and the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands concluded the 21-31 day of July 1667.
Page 302 - Bay ; but the possession of those places which were taken by the French, during the peace that preceded this present war, and were retaken by the English during this war, shall be left to the French, by virtue of the foregoing article.
Page 281 - Britain, our lieutenants of our several counties, governors of our forts and garrisons, and all other officers and soldiers under them, by sea and land, to do and execute all acts of hostility, in the prosecution of this war against the said King of Spain, his vassals and subjects, and to oppose their attempts.
Page 273 - William the Third, by the Grace of God, king of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c., to all and every one to whom these presents shall come, greeting. Whereas a certain treaty of...
Page 246 - ... forced through stress of weather, pursuit of pirates or enemies, or any other urgent necessity for seeking...
Page 274 - ... of the common enemy. III. It fhall not be lawful for either party to withdraw from this war with France, or to enter feparately upon any convention, treaty of peace, or ceflation of arms with France, and its adherents, upon any pretext whatfoever, without the confent and concurrence of the other party. IV. There...
Page 175 - ... with the High and Mighty Lords the States- General of the United Provinces...
Page 388 - ... of his right to the crown of Spain, which, with all its other dependencies, should descend to the electoral prince of Bavaria, under the guardianship of his father: that the...
Page 247 - Dominions of the other, stick upon the Sands or be wrecked or suffer any other Damage, all friendly Assistance and Relief shall be given to the Persons shipwrecked or such as shall be in danger thereof; and Letters of safe Conduct shall likewise be given to them for their free and quiet Passage from thence, and the return of every one to his own Country.
Page 305 - Kings witf name commifTioners, who, with full and fummary power, may compofe and fettle all thefe matters. And forafmuch as, by the authority of the moft Chriftian King, the King of Great Britain was hindered from enjoying the revenues, rights, and profits, as well of his principality of Orange, as of other his dominions, which, after the conclufion of the treaty of 'Nimeguen, until the declaration of the prefent war, Were under the power of the faid...

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