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firmed, with modifica-
as in 1790, con firmed, with modifica
tions And Belgium ::
20 Nov., 1815 30 May, 1814 20 Nov., 1815
And Italy. See France and
Sardinia. And Germany..
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And Prussia. See France
and Germany. And Sardinia ..
See also Nice. And Spain
30 May, 1814
30 May, 1814
12 Nov., 1660 Appendix
2 Dec., 1856 275 14 Apr., 1862 336 26 May, 1866 373 11 July, 1868 411 30 May, 1814 1 20 Nov., 1815. 40 21 July, 1832 161
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Name of Country, Place,
Date of Treaty or
30 Oct., 1864
Duchy .. :: Duchy ..
10 Nov., 1859
Modena, Parma, and Tuscany
23 Aug., 1866
3 Oct., 1866 28 Nov., 1844 4 Oct., 1847 9 Dec., 1847 19 Apr., 1839
367 370 367 370 183
303 388 392 200 206 208 1834
185 76 328 228 400
76 313 328 329
27 175 180 27
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for Hesse-Cassel read Prussia. 635 705, for January read June.
In presenting to the Public a Work with so comprehensive a Title as that of “ THE MAP OF EUROPE BY TREATY, from 1814 to 1875," I feel that a brief explanation is required, both as to its precise object and the Plan upon which it has been compiled. Its object is to show the Changes which, by Treaty or other International Arrangements, have taken place in Europe within this period. The work is intended to bring together in a collected form the various Documents that have given Treaty sanction to these Territorial Changes, and which, in defining in this manner the LANDMARKS of Europe, constitute the TITLE DEEDS of the European Family.
The Documents are arranged throughout the entire work in chronological order; each Paper has a distinctive Number; and where references are made in one Document to a previous one, the Number is referred to, and not the date; but where subsequent Documents are referred to in the Notes, the Dates are given, and not the numbers, as it was found impossible to fix beforehand what the number of each Paper would be.
Each Treaty is preceded by a Table of Contents to the subjects contained therein; and each Article has a descriptive heading'; whilst a sub-heading at the top of each page is given to denote the subject of the Document, or the name by which the Treaty is generally known.
With the view of avoiding the insertion of unnecessary matter, the purport only is given of the clauses of Treaties where the details are of no European interest.
VOL. I. EMBRACES THE PERIOD FROM 1814 to 1827;
and contains, among other Important Documents :
The 1st Treaty of Peace of Paris of 30th May, 1814, which
terminated the French Revolutionary War. The Vienna Congress Treaty of 9th June, 1815, which
settled the Territorial Arrangements of Europe ; regulated the Precedence of Diplomatic Agents; threw open the Navigation of the Rhine and other important Rivers; declared the Abolition of the Slave
Trade, &c. The 2nd, or Definitive, Treaty of Peace of Paris, of 20th
November, 1815, which confirmed the Treaties of 30th May, 1814, and 9th June, 1815, but with modifications as to the Boundaries of France; provided for the temporary Occupation of France by the Allied Troops; fixed the Amount of the Pecuniary Indemnity to be paid by France on account of the War, and declared the Alliance of Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, and
Russia, for the preservation of the Peace of Europe. The Admission of France to this Alliance in 1818. The Declaration of the 8 Powers of the same date respect
ing the Neutrality of Switzerland. The General Treaty of Frankfort of 20th July, 1819, which
completed the Territorial Arrangements of 1815. The Final Act signed at Vienna on the 15th May, 1820, for
the Organization of the Germanic Confederation, And the Treaties, &c., of 1825-1827 relating to the Sepa
ration of Greece from Turkey.
VOL. II. EMBRACES THE PERIOD FROM 1828 to 1863; and contains, among other important Documents : The Treaties, &c., relating to the War between Russia and
Turkey in 1828.
Adrianople on the 14th September, 1829.