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 Henri IV
On the 10th of June 1584 the death of Monsieur, the duke of Anjou, brother of King Henri III, made Henry of Navarre heir presumptive to the throne of France.
Excluded from it by the treaty of Nemours (1585) he began the "war of the three Henrys" by a campaign in Guienne (1586) and defeated Anne, duc de Joyeuse, at Coutras on the 20th of October 1587.
New capitulations were concluded with the sultan Ahmed I (1604) and treaties of commerce with England (1606), with Spain and Holland.
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 Treaty of Vervins - Encyclopedia.com
Treaty of Vervins, 1598, peace treaty signed at the small town of Vervins, Aisne dept., N France, by the representatives of Henry IV of France and Philip II of Spain.
Austria; Mazarin chief minister 1648 Treaty of Westphalia 1648-53 The Fronde 1659 Treaty of the Pyrenees 1661...
But the statesman was always subservient to the warrior, and when the Treaty of Vervins took France, the linchpin of Essex's military design, out of the war with Spain, he was left only with the inglorious...
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 Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Cateau-Cambrésis, Treaty of, peace treaty signed on April 3, 1559 in Cateau-Cambrésis (now Le Cateau), France, by Henry II of France and Philip II...
Traité de Cambrai de 1529; Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis of 1558; Traité de Cateau-Cambrésis de 1558; Treaty of Vervins of 1598; Treaty of Vervins of 1598; Arret du Conseil of 1678
The possession of the Duchy by Spain was finally recognized by the French in the Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis in 1559.
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 Philip II of Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This allowed him to maintain the military pressure upon France and England and was instrumental in the favourable Treaty of Vervins with France in 1598 and Treaty of London in 1604.
From 1590 to 1598 he was again at war against the Huguenot King Henry IV of France, joining with the Papacy and the Duke of Guise in the Catholic League during the French Wars of Religion.
The 1598 Treaty of Vervins was to many extents a restatement of the Peace of Cateau-Cambrésis 1559.
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 Vervins Treaty Of: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
VERVINS, TREATY OF vĕrvăNˈ, 1598, peace treaty signed at the small town of Vervins, Aisne dept., N France, by the representatives of Henry IV of France and Philip II of Spain.
By the terms of the treaty of Utrecht, Austrian was substituted...
VERVINS, TREATY OF vervaN, 1598, peace treaty signed at the small town of Vervins, Aisne dept., N France, by the representatives of Henry IV of France and Philip II of Spain.
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 History of the duchy of Bouillon
The treaty of Donchéry in 1492 renewed the terms of the treaty of Tongres.
The treaty of Nimeguen of 1679 confirmed Godefroy-Maurice in the possession of Bouillon.
After Napoleon's return and defeat at Waterloo, the Treaty of Paris was revised, and the new treaty in November 1815 included all of the former territory of Bouillon in the grand duchy (see the proceedings of the commission in Klüber, op.
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 Wars, of Religion Part 2
In December of 1584 the Guises signed the Treaty of Joinville on behalf of the League with Phillip II of Spain.
The Treaty of Nemours, signed in 1585, revoked all the previous edicts of pacification: banning the practice of the reformed religion throughout the kingdom, declaring Protestants unable to hold royal office, ordering all garrisoned towns to be evacuated, and requiring all Protestants to abjure their faith within six months or be exiled.
Finally, in 1598, faced with financial problems of their own, the Spanish signed the Treaty of Vervins, which restored the captured towns to France.
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 The ‘Long Seventeenth Century’, 1598-1715
Treaty of Vervins, peace between France and Spain.
Treaty of Turin between France and duke of Savoy seeks to neutralize the Italian theatre in return for French abandonment of Pinerolo.
Death of Joseph Ferdinand, son of the Bavarian Elector and heir-designate by the Partition Treaty to the Spanish inheritance.
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 Calais   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In 1360 the Treaty of Brétigny assigned Guines, Marck and Calais - collectively the "Pale of Calais" - to English rule in perpetuity, but this was only informally and partially implemented.
The town came to be called the "brightest jewel in the English crown" due to its great importance as the gateway for the tin, lead, cloth and wool trades (or "staples").
The town was captured by the Spanish in 1596 but it was returned to France under the Treaty of Vervins in 1598.
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 Eighty Years' War - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
In 1585, under the Treaty of Nonsuch, Elizabeth I sent the Earl of Leicester to assist, with 5,000 to 6,000 troops and 1,000 horses.
To assist a last attempt to defeat the northern "rebels", in 1639 Spain sent an armada bound for Flanders, with 20,000 troops, which was defeated by Admiral Maarten Tromp in the Battle of the Downs.
On January 30, 1648, the war ended with the Treaty of Munster, which was part of the Peace of Westphalia that also ended the Thirty Years' War.
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 Knowledge King - Eighty Years' War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In 1585 Elizabeth I of England signed the Treaty of Nonsuch, under which she sent 5,000 to 6,000 troops and 1000 horse, under the command of Earl of Leicester, to assist.
Spain was hampered by the financial cost resulting from the loss of the Armada and, in 1595, by the declaration of war against Spain by Henri IV of France, and became financially bankrupt the following year, not for the first time.
In 1648 the war ended with the Treaty of Münster, part of the Peace of Westphalia that also ended the Thirty Years' War.
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 French Wars of Religion
The same year, he signed the Treaty of Vervins that required Philip II of Spain, an exponent of the Catholics, to remove his troops from France.
The treaty was greeted with consternation by the powerful Duke of Guise, a fanatical Catholic with designs on the throne of France who, as head of the House of Guise, formed the Catholic League (aka the Holy League).
On July 1, 1559, during a match to celebrate a peace treaty with his longtime enemies, the Hapsburgs of Austria and to celebrate the marriage of his daughter Elizabeth to King Philip II of Spain, King Henri's eye was pierced by a sliver from a shattered lance that penetrated the brain.
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 Habsburg Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the celebrations that followed the treaty, Henry was killed by a stray splinter from a lance.
The Spanish attempted to extricate themselves from the several conflicts they were involved in, first signing the Treaty of Vervins with France in 1598, recognizing Henry IV (since 1593 a Catholic) as king of France, and restoring many of the stipulations of the previous Peace of Cateau-Cambrésis.
A treaty with England was agreed upon in 1604, following the accession of the more tractable Stuart King James I.
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 Battle of Ivry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In December 1584, the Duke of Guise signed a treaty on behalf of the League with Philip II of Spain, who supplied a considerable annual grant to the League over the following decade hoping to destabilize the French Monarchy.
He was famous for his gallant bearing, his chivalry, and his bravery, all of which he had shown very strikingly at Ivry.
With the Edict of Nantes which granted freedom of worship throughout France and established Protestantism in 200 towns, and with the Treaty of Vervins with Spain (both in 1598), Henry IV brought the Wars of Religion to as successful a conclusion as the Protestants could desire.
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 HENRI IV FRANCE - SPAIN
Treaty of Vervins was signed on 2 May 1598 which removed Spanish troops from French soil.
This treaty was signed less than three weeks after the Edict of Nantes (13 April 1598).
Her successor King James I of England also made peace with Spain, signing the treaty of London on the 18th of
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 AllRefer.com - Vervins, Treaty of (Treaties And Alliances) - Encyclopedia
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Vervins, Treaty of[vervaN´] Pronunciation Key, 1598, peace treaty signed at the small town of Vervins, Aisne dept., N France, by the representatives of Henry IV of France and Philip II of Spain.
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 Nick Boalch | Writings | Calendario del siglo de oro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Treaty of Westphalia brings the Thirty Years' War to a formal end, forcing Spain to accept the independence of the Dutch Republic.
Treaty of the Pyrenees concludes peace with France.
Under the terms of the treaty, France takes territory in Flanders while the rest of the Spanish Netherlands, including Franche Comte, is returned to Spanish control.
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 Barney Keller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
During tournaments held to honor marriage of daughter of Henry II to Phillip II son of Charles V, Henry is killed in a jousting accident.
Treaty of Vervins ends hostilities between France and Spain.
French victories force humiliating Treaty of the Pyrenees.
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 Calais - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1360 the Treaty of Brétigny assigned Guines, Marck and Calais – collectively the "Pale of Calais" – to English rule in perpetuity, but this was only informally and partially implemented.
In 1363 the town was made a staple port.
The town was captured by the Spanish in 1596 in an invasion mounted from the nearby Spanish Netherlands but it was returned to France under the Treaty of Vervins in 1598.
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 HISTORICAL INFORMATION: The Renaissance
A peace is concluded in 1396, as King Richard II of England marries the daughter of Charles VI of France.
The Treaty of Troyes (1420) recognizes Henry V as heir to the French throne, and arranges his marriage to the French princess.
Joan of Arc persuades the dauphin to reject the Treaty of Troyes.
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 Encyclopedia: Calais
A pardon is the forgiveness of a crime and the penalty associated with it.
Events Treaty of Brétigny King Valdemar Atterdag of Denmark seizes Scania (from 1658 a Swedish province).
The Treaty of Brétigny was a treaty signed on May 8, 1360, between King Edward III of England and King John II (the Good) of France.
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Before a treaty of peace, no permission would be given by the States to the public exercise of the Catholic religion, for fear of giving offence to what were called the Protestant powers.
In regard to treaties with foreign powers it was, of course, most desirable for the republic to obtain the formal alliance of France and England.
Jeannin and his colleagues were ready to sign such a treaty, offensive and defensive, at once, but they found it impossible to induce the English ambassadors, with whom there was a conference on the 26th October, to come into any written engagement on the subject.
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 HENRY IV - Encyclopedia Britannica - HENRY IV - JCSM's Study Center
Excluded from it by the treaty of Nemours (1585) he began the " war of the three Henrys " by a campaign in Guienne (1586) and defeated Anne, duc de Joyeuse, at Contras on the 20th of October 1587.
Paris gave in to him on the 22nd of March 1594 and province by province yielded to arms or negotiations; while the victory of Fontaine-Francaise (1595) and the capture of Amiens forced Philip II.
The opening on the 25th of March 1609 of the question of the succession of John William the Good, duke of Cleves, of Julich and of Berg, led Henry, in spite of his own hesitations and those of his German allies, to declare war on the emperor Rudolph II.
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 Religion, Wars of. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Treaty of Saint-Germain (1570), ending the wars, gave the Protestants new liberties and the wardenship of four cities, including La Rochelle.
The fourth civil war (1572–73) began with the massacre of Saint Bartholomew’s Day, a general slaughter of Protestants throughout France.
With the Edict of Nantes (see Nantes, Edict of), which granted freedom of worship throughout France and established Protestantism in 200 towns, and with the Treaty of Vervins with Spain (both in 1598), Henry IV brought the Wars of Religion to as successful a conclusion as the Protestants could desire.
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In 1559 the war with France was brought to an end by the Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis, which was sealed by Philip's marriage to Elizabeth of Valois.
However, a peace treaty with Portugal in 1668 ceded Ceuta to Spain.
The peace treaties (see Utrecht, Peace of) left Spain its colonial empire, but forced it to cede the Spanish Netherlands, Sardinia, Milan, and Naples to Austria and Sicily to Savoy.
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Wherever the squadrons of the marshal made their appearance the flag of truce was raised, and town, city, and fortress vied with each other in their haste to bring their ensigns and lay them at his feet.
On the seventh of June, 1598, the peace of Vervins was published in Paris, and the kingdom of France was a unit, with the general satisfaction of all parties, under the able, wise, and catholic sovereign, Henry the Fourth.
He commanded the French fleet on the coasts of Brittany; and, during the long struggle of this monarch with internal enemies and external foes, he was in frequent communication with the English to secure their co-operation, particularly against the Spanish.
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 Henry IV, king of France. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
To rid France of Spanish influence, Henry declared war on Spain (1595) and brought it to a successful conclusion with the Treaty of Vervins (1598).
With the Edict of Nantes (1598; see Nantes, Edict of), he established political rights and a measure of religious freedom for the Huguenots.
Anxious to see prosperity reach all classes, he is reputed to have said, “There should be a chicken in every peasant’s pot every Sunday.” In his foreign policy Henry sought to weaken the Spanish and Austrian Hapsburgs.
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 List of treaties - Gurupedia
This is a chronological list of important international treaties, agreements, peaces, etc..
1839 - Treaty of London, guaranteeing the neutrality of Belgium
Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapon Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space, and Under Water
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 H-Soz-u-Kult / Tagungsberichte / "European Turn"? Auf dem Weg zu einem europäischen Geschichtsbewusstsein
According to Krüger, this fragile peace treaty, based on a political compromise, is a historical experience that is illustrative for what we can understand by the value ‘Europe’.
The characteristics of the Treaty of Vervins can be found in European history over and over again.
The tradition of negotiation, of common politics, of compromise and moderateness and of cooperation that can be found in the negotiations of the peace treaty between France and Spain in Vervins, is typical for Europe as a political value.
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