The Compleat History of the Treaty of Utrecht, as Also that of Gertruydenberg: Containing All the Acts, Memorials, Representations, Complaints, Demands, Letters, Speeches, Treaties and Other Authentick Pieces Relating to the Negotiations There. To which are Added, the Treaties of Radstat and Baden

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Page 222 - Britain the full and entire propriety of the town and castle of Gibraltar, together with the port, fortifications, and forts thereunto belonging ; and he gives up the said propriety to be held and enjoyed absolutely with all manner of right for ever, without any exception or impediment whatsoever.
Page 216 - Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the High and Mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands...
Page 82 - The nature of this proposal is such, that it executes itself: the interest of Spain is to support it; and in France, the persons to whom that succession is to belong, will be ready and powerful enough to vindicate their own right. "France and Spain are now more effectually divided than ever. And thus, by the blessing of God, will a real balance of power be fixed in Europe, and remain liable to as few accidents as human affairs can be exempted from.
Page 187 - ... are or shall be in amity or neutrality with the said Lord the King of Spain, and that conformably to the aforesaid conditions and restrictions specified in this Article. This 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 said principal Treaty, within...
Page 223 - Her Majesty the Queen of Great Britain does further promise, that the free exercise of their religion shall be indulged to the Roman Catholic inhabitants of the aforesaid town. And in case it shall hereafter seem meet to the Crown of Great Britain to grant, sell, or by any means to alienate...
Page 222 - IX. It is further agreed and concluded as a general rule, that all and singular the subjects of each Kingdom shall in all countries and places on both sides have and enjoy at least the same privileges...
Page 152 - ... in the prefence of the captors, where they are to be kept till the arrival of the Galeons, and the time of holding the fairs in the faid ports of Carthagena and...
Page 223 - And in case it shall hereafter seem meet to the crown of Great Britain to grant, sell, or by any means to alienate therefrom the propriety of the said town of Gibraltar, it is hereby agreed and concluded, that the preference of having the same shall always be given to the crown of Spain before any others.
Page 3 - United Provinces. VI. It shall be lawful for his royal Majesty of Great Britain and the Lords the States General, by common advice and for the benefit and enlargement of the navigation and commerce of their subjects...
Page 230 - Debt, and the Deficiencies accruing the laft Year ; which two Articles require One million one hundred a*nd forty three thoufand Pounds more: So that the whole Demands upon your Commons are arifen to more than Eight millions for the prefent Annual Supply; We know your Majefty's tender Regard for the Welfare of your People will make it uneafy to you to hear of...

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