Geschiedenis van de Nederlandsche Oost-Indische bezittingen: I-II deel

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Page ii - ... qui lui doivent être restitués et qui sont situés dans les limites de la souveraineté britannique sur le continent des Indes, et à ne mettre dans ces établissements que le nombre de troupes nécessaires pour le maintien de la police.
Page xi - Seas, they trust that the Netherland government will take measures for securing the benefit of those provisions. And they express their confidence, that no measures hostile to the king of Acheen will be adopted by the new possessor of Fort Marlborough.
Page i - Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande, le très-honorable Robert Stewart, vicomte de Castlereagh, conseiller de Sadite Majesté en son conseil privé, membre de son parlement, colonel du régiment de milice de Londonderry, son principal secrétaire d'État, ayant le département des affaires étrangères, et chevalier du très-noble ordre de la Jarretière, etc., etc.; le très-excellent et très-illustre...
Page x - Plenipotentiaries record, with sincere pleasure, the solemn disavowal, on the part of the Netherland Government, of any design to aim, either at political supremacy, or at commercial monopoly, in the eastern Archipelago.
Page xi - ... relations between the cultivating classes and the chiefs of the districts were adjusted; the property in the soil was recognized in those chiefs; and all interference in the detailed management of the interior was withdrawn, by removing the European residents from the outstations, and substituting in their room native officers. All these measures were calculated greatly to promote the interests of the native inhabitants.
Page x - Celebes to the westward, New Guinea to the eastward, and Timor to the southward ; but that these three islands are not comprehended in the exception ; nor would it have included Ceram, if the situation of that island, in reference to the two principal spice isles, Amboyna and Banda, had not required a prohibition of intercourse with it so long as the monopoly of spices shall be maintained. The territorial exchanges which have been thought expedient for avoiding a collision of interests render it...
Page iv - Hautes Parties contractantes et leurs Alliés, dans le but de consolider et d'établir finalement d'une manière satisfaisante l'union des Pays-Bas avec la Hollande sous la domination de la maison d'Orange, ladite somme à fournir par la Grande-Bretagne comme sa quote-part, ne devant pas excéder trois millions de livres sterling. En considération des engagements ci-dessus mentionnés, pris par...
Page x - ... to consent to the exception of the Molucca islands, from the general stipulation for freedom of trade contained in the Treaty. They trust, however, that, as the necessity for this exception is occasioned solely by the difficulty of abrogating, at the present moment, the monopoly of spices, its operation will be strictly limited by that necessity. The British Plenipotentiaries understand the term Moluccas...
Page 66 - De Koning heeft het opperbestuur der koloniën en bezittingen van het Rijk in andere werelddeelen.
Page iii - ... naturels et étrangers, de quelque condition et nation qu'ils soient, un espace de six ans, à compter de l'échange des ratifications, pour disposer, s'ils le jugent convenable, de leurs propriétés acquises soit avant, soit depuis la guerre actuelle, et se retirer dans tel pays qu'il leur plaira de choisir.

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