Treaty of navigation and commerce between ... princess Anne ... queen of Great Britain ... and Philip the vth ... king of Spain ... 1713 (Google eBook)

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Page 83 - Garter, and our ambaffador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Provinces...
Page 51 - ... they treat you ill, and do not pay you; therefore I will and command, that this duty be recovered of the buyers and confumers, and that the farmers put a...
Page 74 - ... city or place, provided that be done between the hours of eight in the morning and five in the evening, and previous notice be given to the farmers of the rights de Alcavalos and Cientos...
Page 14 - Indies, and any other parts whatsoever, the crown of Spain doth grant to the King of Great Britain and his subjects, all that is granted to the United States of the Low Countries and their subjects in their Treaty of...
Page 19 - ... of the place. XIX. That the captains, officers and mariners of the ships belonging to the people and subjects of either Party, may not commence an action, nor hinder or bring trouble upon their own ships, their captains, officers or mariners, in the respective Kingdoms, Dominions, lands, countries or places of the other, for their wages or salaries, or under any other pretence. Nor may they put themselves, or be received, by what pretext or colour...
Page 13 - That it shall be lawful for the subjects of the King of Great Britain, to bring out, and carry into Spain, and all or any lands and Dominions of the King of Spain (where heretofore they have...
Page 39 - ... and accomplifhed, in all, and through all, as is contained therein, without that in the whole, or in part, there be put any impediment, or other doubt or difficulty, that...
Page 35 - I will use, and do use, as King and natural Lord, not acknowledging any superior in temporals, I confirm and approve the...
Page 47 - I grant you, be it by way of excess, appeal, or any other recourse or manner, to whom, and to each of you, I inhibit, and hold for inhibited their cognizance, declaring you for judges incompetent thereof, as for the whole, and every thing, and...
Page 80 - Owner fliall defire to take them out, either to fend into the Country, fell them on the Place, or carry them to their own Houfes, they are then to give Bond with good Security, to Pay the...

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