A Collection of All the Treaties of Peace, Alliance, and Commerce, Between Great-Britain and Other Powers

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J. Debrett, 1785 - Great Britain
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Page 286 - Faith etc. and the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands concluded the 21-31 day of July 1667.
Page 354 - Britain in pipes or hogsheads, or other casks, than what shall be demanded for the like quantity or measure of French wine, deducting or abating a third part of the custom or duty. But if at any time this deduction or abatement of customs...
Page 304 - But in the mean time, the moft Serene and Mighty Prince William, King of Great Britain, and the moft Serene and Mighty Prince Lewis, the moft Chriftian King, gratefully acknowledging the fincere offices and indefatigable endeavours, which have been employed by the moft Serene and Mighty Prince Charles King of Sweden, by the interpofition of his mediation, in bringing this happy work of the peace, with the Divine affiftance, to the defired conclufion ; and to fhew the like affection to him, it is...
Page 168 - Serene Protector, or to the inhabitants of other nations above-mentioned ; we do most humbly and earnestly require it of all and singular the Powers by land and sea, Kings, Princes, Republics, and free cities ; also of the Generals of armies, Admirals, Commanders, Officers and Governors of Ports, and all others to whom the custody of any harbour or sea is committed, which meet this ship in her voyage ; or if she...
Page 151 - ... fecurity of what is contained in this renunciation, and of what is faid and promifed on my part therein, I give again the pledge of my faith, and royal word, and I fwear folemnly by the gofpels contained in this miflal, upon which I lay my right hand, that I will obferve, maintain, and accomplifh this act and inftrument of renunciation, as well for myfelf as for all my fucceflbrs, heirs, and defcendants, in all the claufes therein contained, according to...
Page 353 - if the woollen cloths, and the rest of the woollen manufactures of Britain, might be admitted into Portugal, the prohibition of them being taken off1.
Page 167 - Protector; that she is now bound directly from the port N. to the port N. laden with the following merchandize, viz. (here shall be specified the goods, with their quantity and quality ; for example, about so many chests or bales, hogsheads, &c.
Page 348 - Europe, they shall supply 12,000 men, whom they shall arm and pay, as well when in quarters as in action ; and the said high allies shall be obliged to keep that number of men complete, by recruiting it from time to time at their own expence.
Page 355 - III. of glorious memory : her majesty the queen of Great Britain, and the lords the States General of the United...
Page 44 - Article shall be observed, executed, and held as inserted in the Treaty of Peace, ratified by the Lord the King of Spain, and the Lords the States General of the United Provinces of the Low Countries, as the...