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COLLECTION

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18 Aug.

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TREATIES, &c.

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HE articles of peace, intercourse, and commerce, between Great Britain, Spain, and the Netherlands, concluded at London. Treat. 1732, vol. ii. p. 131.

1630. The treaty of peace and commerce be15 Nov. tween Great Britain and Spain, concluded at Madrid.

VOL. II.

Pap. Off. C. 3.
Treat. 1732, vol. ii. p. 275.

The treaties of Weftphalia.

Mably, Dr. Pub. vol. i. ch. i.
Treat. 1732, vol. i.

p. I.-vol. ii.

P. 372.
Treat. 1785, vol. i, p. 1.

1667. The treaty between Great Britain and May. Spain, concluded at Madrid.

Pap. Off. C. 5.

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1667.

1667.

The treaty of peace and commerce be-
May. tween Great Britain and Spain, concluded at
Madrid, with the fecret article.
Pap. Off. C. 6.

1670.

July.

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1680. The defenfive league between Great Bri10 June. tain and Spain, concluded at Windfor. Treat. 1732, vol. iii. p. 324. Treat. 1785, vol. i. p. 256.

negroes, concluded

The treaty for compofing differences, reftraining depredations, and establishing peace in America, between Great Britain and Spain, concluded at Madrid.

1713. 9 Dec.

Pap. Off. C. 10.

Treat. 1732, vol. i. P. 162.
Treat. 1785, vol. i. p. 197.

1713. 26 Mar. at Madrid.

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The New Affiento for

1713.

The treaty of peace and friendship beJuly. tween Great Britain and Spain, concluded at Utrecht, with the feparate and secret articles.

Pap. Off. C. 15.

Treat. 1732, vol. iii. p. 375.
Treat. 1785, vol. i. p. 375-

Pap. Off. C. 18.

Treat. 1732, vol. iii. p. 470.
Treat. 1785, vol. ii. p. 66.

The treaty of commerce between Great
Britain and Spain, concluded at Utrecht,
with the separate article and declarations.
Pap. Off. C. 20.

Treat.. 1785, vol. ii. p. 88.

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1715. The treaty of commerce between Great
Dec. Britain and Spain, ufually called the new
articles of commerce, explanatory of the
treaty of Utrecht, concluded at Madrid.
Pap. Off. C. 21.

Treat. 1732, vol. iv. p. 81.
Treat. 1785, vol. ii. p. 173.

1716.

The New Affiento between Great Britain
May. and Spain, concluded at Madrid.
Pap. Off. C. 22.
Treat. 1785, vol. ii. p. 179.

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1720. 17 Feb.

The acceffion of Spain to the quadruple alliance, concluded at London, the 2d of Auguft 1718.

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1728. 6 Mar.

Pap. Off. C. 24.
Rouffet, Recueil Hiftorique, tom. i.

P. 299.

1721.

The treaty between Great Britain and 13 June. Spain, concluded at Madrid, with the fepa

rate articles.

Pap. Off. C. 30.
Rouffet, Recueil Hiftorique, tom. iv.

P. 95.
Treat. 1732, vol. iv. p. 119.
Treat. 1785, vol. ii. p. 264.

The convention between Great Britain

and Spain, made at the Pardo.

Pap. Off. C. 37.

Rouffet, Recueil Hiftorique, tom. iv.

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1763. 10 Feb.

1783. 3 Sept.

The definitive treaty of peace between Great Britain, France, and Spain, concluded at Paris.

Treat. 1785, vol. iii. p. 177.

See it vol. i. art. FRANCE, in the Table of
Contents.

The definitive treaty of peace and friendfhip between Great Britain and Spain, concluded at Versailles.

1786. The convention between Great Britain 14 July. and Spain, made at London.

[The following is printed from the copy published by authority in 1686.]

Articles of peace, commerce, and alliance, between the crowns of Great Britain and Spain, concluded in a treaty at Madrid, the 1 of May, in the year of our Lord God 1667.

Article I.

FIRST, it is agreed and concluded, That from this day forward there fhall be between the two crowns of Great Britain and Spain, a general, good, fincere, true, firm, and perfect amity, confederation, and peace, which fhall endure for ever, and be obferved inviolably, as well by land as by fea and fresh-waters; and alfo between the lands, countries, kingdoms, dominions, and territories, belonging unto, or under the obedience of either of them; and that their fubjects, people, and inhabitants refpectively, of what condition, degree, or quality foever, from henceforth, reciprocally, fhall help, affift, and fhew to one another all manner of love, good offices, and friendship.

II. That neither of the faid Kings, nor their refpective people, fubjects, or inhabitants, within their dominions, upon any pretence, may in public or fecret do, or procure to be done, any thing against the other,

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