The Modern Part of an Universal History,: From the Earliest Account of Time

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S. Richardson, T. Osborne, C. Hitch, A. Millar, John Rivington, S. Crowder, P. Davey and B. Law, T. Longman, and C. Ware., 1764 - World history
 

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Page 446 - His Britannic Majesty shall cause to be demolished all the fortifications which His subjects shall have erected in the Bay of Honduras, and other places of the Territory of Spain in that part of the world...
Page 446 - ... Honduras, and other places of the Territory of Spain in that part of the world, four months after the ratification of the present Treaty : and His Catholic Majesty shall not permit His Britannic Majesty's subjects, or their workmen, to be disturbed, or molested...
Page 377 - December, the king fent a meflage to the commons to acquaint them, that all his endeavours, as well as thofe of the king of France, to procure redrefs for the injuries done to his fubje&s by the king of Spain, to the unfpeakable detriment of their trade, or even to obtain a difcontinuance of his unjuil hoftilities, having proved ineffectual, he had found it neceflary to declare war againft Spain...
Page 446 - Indies, if any change fhall have happened there, all things fhall be reftored on the fame footing they were in, and conformably to the preceding treaties which fubfifted between the courts of France, Spain, and Portugal, before the prefent war.
Page 410 - Costas, and ships acting under the commission of the King of Spain or his Governors, contrary to the treaties subsisting between us and the crown of Spain and to the Law of Nations, to the great prejudice of the...
Page 406 - ... taken, but that the decifion of the cafes, which may happen, in order to remove all pretext for difpute, is to be referred to the plenipotentiaries, to be determined by them according to the treaties.
Page 439 - Britifh government, is what made, in the fame inftant, the declaration .of war, and attacked the King's dignity. Your Excellency may think of retiring when, and in the manner, is convenient to you ; which is the only anfwer that, without detaining you, his Majefty has ordered me to give you.
Page 416 - Anson thought it advisable to give orders to the captains to put all their provisions, which were in the way of their guns, on board the Anna pink, and to remount such of their guns as had formerly, for the ease of their ships, been ordered into the hold.
Page 411 - ... tends to interrupt and obstruct the free intercourse and correspondence between our dominions in Europe, and our colonies and plantations in America, and by means thereof, to deprive us, and our subjects, of...
Page 416 - Catherine's) they were to cruise off that island only ten days ; from whence, if not joined by the commodore, they were to proceed, and cruise off the harbour of Baldivia, making the land between the latitudes of 40 and 40 30', and taking care to keep to the southward of the port ; and, if in fourteen days they were not joined by the rest of the squadron, they were then to quit this station, and to direct their course to the island...

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