A collection of all the treaties of peace, alliance, and commerce, between Great-Britain and other powers: from the Revolution in 1688, to the present time : in two volumes (Google eBook)

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J. Almon, 1772 - Alliances - 343 pages
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Page 300 - ... the high and mighty lords, the states general of the United Netherlands...
Page 3 - Faith etc. and the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands concluded the 21-31 day of July 1667.
Page 154 - ... to trade with the same Liberty, and Security, from the Places, Ports, and Havens of those who are Enemies of both or either Party, without any opposition or Disturbance whatsoever, not only directly from the Places of the Enemy aforementioned to neutral Places; but also from one Place belonging to an Enemy, to another Place belonging to an Enemy, whether they be under the Jurisdiction of the same Prince or under Several...
Page 155 - These merchandizes which follow shall not be reckoned among Contraband or prohibited goods ; that is to say, all sorts of...
Page 155 - Masts, Planks, Boards and Beams of what Trees soever; and all other Things proper either for building or repairing Ships, and all other Goods whatever, which have not been worked into the form of any Instrument...
Page 158 - ... as lawful prize : but if not the whole cargo, but only part thereof, shall consist of prohibited or contraband goods, and the commander of the ship shall...
Page 139 - Places, and all Right whatsoever, by Treaties, or by any other way obtained, which the most Christian King, the Crown of France, or any the Subjects thereof, have hitherto had to the said Islands, Lands, and Places, and the Inhabitants of the same, are yielded and made over to the Queen of Great Britain, and to Her Crown for ever...
Page 247 - BY the prefent feparate article, which fhall be altogether of the fame validity and force as if it was inferted word for word in the treaty of commerce this day concluded, between their Royal Majefties of Great Britain and Spain, and fhall for that end be ratified, as well as the faid treaty ; his...
Page 152 - ... the magiftrate of the place fhall require no more from the perfon accufed, than that he give to the accufer a declaration in writing...
Page 155 - ... manner by the subjects of both confederates, even to places belonging to an enemy, such towns or places being only excepted as are at that time besieged, blocked up, or invested.

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