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  List of treaties - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1658 - Treaty of Roskilde - Denmark-Norway cedes territory to Sweden
1814 - Treaty of Kiel - Cedes Norway to Sweden
1901 - Hay-Pauncefote Treaty - Nullifies the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty
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 1674 article - 1674 1671 1672 1673 1675 1676 1677 Decades 1640s 1650s 1660s 1670s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
February 19 - England and the Netherlands sign the Treaty of Westminster.
November 10 - Anglo-Dutch War: As provided in the Treaty of Westminster of Feb 19, Netherlands cedes New Netherlands to England.
1674 article - 1674 definition - what means 1674
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 The wars of Louis XIV
Recognizing the growing forces against him, Louis made a secret treaty with the Holy Roman Emperor, Leopold I, in which Leopold agreed to French expansion into the Spanish Netherlands after the death of Charles II of Spain.
The French arranged alliances or benevolent neutrality with Charles II of England (the Treaty of Dover), the Swedes, and various German princes (including Bavaria, M√ľnster, Cologne and Hanover).
At Seneffe in 1674, the young William III was defeated by the veteran Cond
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 Treaty of Paris (1783) - All About All   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The treaty is commonly referred to as the Second Treaty of Paris, the first being the Treaty of Paris of 1763.
The treaty document was signed by David Hartley (a member of the British Parliament representing the British Monarch, George the Third), John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Jay (representing the United States).
In the treaty with Spain, Britain returned the colonies of East and West Florida without defining the northern boundary, resulting in disputed territory resolved with the Treaty of Madrid (1795).
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 Treaty of Westminster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Treaty of Westminster is the title of several treaties, including:
Treaty of Westminster (1654); ending the First Anglo-Dutch War
Treaty of Westminster (1674); ending the Third Anglo-Dutch War
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 History of the duchy of Bouillon
This treaty, curiously, did not assert the rights of the bishop of Liége, but merely stated that possession was returned to them, and that La Marck's rights were reserved; the treaty called for the matter to be settled by an arbitration which never took place.
The treaty of Nimeguen of 1679 confirmed Godefroy-Maurice in the possession of Bouillon.
By this treaty, almost all the former territory of the duchy of Bouillon was removed from France (the canton of Gedinne, to the west of Bouillon, remained French territory).
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Treaty of Rueil between the French Court and the rebels.
Treaty of the Pardo between Spain and Portugal.
Barrier Treaty of 1715 abrogated by Treaty of Fontainebleau.
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 WHKMLA : Historical Dictionary, Netherlands, by Period
Treaty, signed after the reconquest of Groningen by forces of the Dutch Republic under Maurice of Nassau, by which Groningen again was accepted as a full member of the Union of Utrecht
Treaty signed between the Dutch Republic and France, with the object of partitioning the Southern (Spanish) Netherlands amongst themselves.
(1st) part of the Treaty of Rijswijk; according to the provisions, the barrier fortresses of the Spanish (soon to be Austrian) Netherlands were to be garrisoned by Dutch troops (2nd) between the Republic and Austria, with similar provisions.
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 Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia: ch. 23
Treaty between the English and Dutch for the surrender of the New-Netherlands.
The treaty of peace and alliance between England and the United Provinces made at Breda.
Treaty with the Indians of the 6 nations at Lancaster.
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 A History of Land Claims in the Americas
The treaty of 1783 was declared by an Act of Assembly of North Carolina passed in 1787, to be law in North Carolina, and North Carolina by adopting the Constitution for the United States in 1789, declared the treaty to be the supreme law of the land.
The Act of Assembly of North Carolina passed in 1787 declaring the treaty of 1783 to be the law of North Carolina became the law of the Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio.
By a statute passed in 1787, the treaty was declared to be law in North Carolina and subsequently, as shown above, the law of Tennessee and the courts of law and equity were enjoined to govern their decisions accordingly.
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 Reese Catalogue 238 - Section I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Treaty of Westminster of 1674 (item 9) was another diplomatic victory for the British, as the Dutch surrendered New York to the British for the final time, leaving France as the only rival to British hegemony in Canada and the West Indies.
This treaty supposedly brought peace between the Spanish and French throughout the world, but was really a screen by Louis XIV for his incursions on Spanish dominions in the New World.
The first is a treaty of peace between the two nations, followed by the commercial treaty, and concluded with a treaty signed in 1715 clarifying certain articles in the 1713 commercial treaty.
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 CANADA - Information Pages dealing with our history
In 1674, with the elevation of the vicar apostolic, Francois Xavier de Laval-Montmorency, to the rank of bishop, a new and powerful office was created at the head of the clergy in New France.
The terms of the treaty called for the restoration of forts and territories that had been captured by both countries.
In the same year the Treaty of Washington was signed between Great Britain and the United States, which settled United States and Canadian use of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence system and the Yukon River in Alaska.
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 New Netherland Project Historical Calendar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Signing of the Treaty of Westminster, ending the third Anglo-Dutch war.
The Treaty of Westminster, ending the first Anglo-Dutch war.
New Netherland officially returned to England as the province of New York, as a result of the Treaty of Westminster, ending the third Anglo-Dutch war.
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 OSBORN 17TH CENTURY BOUND MANUSCRIPTS (FOLIO)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Laid in is a chronological list of treaties, of which the original documents were in the State Paper Office.
Treaties [Articles of marriage between the Elector Palatine and the Princess Elizabeth, c.1612] 3 p.
Treaties, 1603-1625 (James I) "A Brief of the Articles of the League between the Kings of France, England, the Commonwealth of Venice, and the Duke of Savoy" [1624] 2 p.
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 Tribute to Governors Island
Between 1664 and 1674 the English and the Dutch exchanged the island through war and treaty.
The English finally took possession of the island under the terms of the Treaty of Westminster in 1674.
The change in name is believed to have been caused by the unpopularity of the treaty with England, which Jay negotiated in 1795.
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 London and UK Facts and information page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Eventually buried in Westminster Abbey on the orders of Henry V in the same tomb as his first wife Richard was the son of Edward, the Black Prince, and Joan of Kent.
Buried: Westminster Abbey Henry really had no legitimate claim to the crown, for the Beauforts from whom he was descended from John of Gaunt, Edward III’s fourth son, were barred from inheriting the throne.
Buried: Westminster Abbey James, (also known as James VI in Scotland), was an intellectual, homosexual, witty and generally capable king, who had brains but poor judgement in his appointment of Ministers.
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 D & D Galleries Catalogue A'Be-Cro
A Historie contayning the Warres, Treaties, Marriages, and other occurrents betweene England and Scotland, from the King William the Conqueror, untill the happy Union of the both in our gratious King James.
After the printing of this book, an important treaty was concluded between James II and Louis XIV concerning the American colonies on Nov. 16, 1686.
This treaty was hastily put into print and the present copy is one of the few which includes it.
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 The History Place - This Month in History
Under the treaty, the U.S. gained the Philippine Islands, the islands of Guam and Puerto Rico, and an agreement by Spain to withdraw from Cuba.
The treaty passed by a single vote in the U.S. Senate on February 6, 1899, and was signed by President William McKinley four days later.
The treaty was designed to reduce international tariffs, eliminate trade quotas, and protect intellectual property.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Catholicity in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
On 10 February, 1763, the Treaty of Paris was signed, ceding Canada to England, closing for the Church in Canada the period of establishment and settlement, and opening the period of conflict and development.
While the clauses of the Treaty of Paris were still under discussion a memorial had been laid before the French ambassador in London concerning the religious affairs of Canada.
The last department, by a Brief of Leo XIII (1903), was detached from St. Boniface and attached to Victoria (Vancouver), which was raised to archiepiscopal rank, and has been known since 1904 as the archdiocese of Victoria.
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To continue their trade, the French were forced to sign a peace treaty with the Mohawk agreeing to remain neutral in future wars between the League and the Huron and Algonkin.
Since the treaty signed required the Esopus to surrender most of the disputed land, it did not sit well, but the Mahican and Mohawk guaranteed the treaty and threatened to attack the Esopus if they violated it.
After a new treaty signed in 1831, the move was completed by 1834 with the Oneida located just west of Green Bay and the Stockbridge and Brotherton settled on the east shore of Lake Winnebago.
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 Third Anglo-Dutch War . France . Treaty of Dover . Germany . Michiel de Ruyter . Treaty of Westminster (1674) . ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Third Anglo-Dutch War pitted England against the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands from 1672 to 1674.
Although England, the Netherlands and Sweden had signed a Triple Alliance 1668 Triple Alliance against France in 1668, England signed the secret Treaty of Dover with France in 1670.
As a result of this treaty, England was forced to join France when it invaded the Netherlands in 1672.
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 All words on Third Anglo-Dutch War
The [[Battle of the Texel, 11–21 August 1673 by Willem van de Velde, painted 1683, depicts a battle of the Third Anglo-Dutch War.]] The Third Anglo-Dutch War pitted England against the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands from 1672 to 1674.
Although England, the Netherlands and Sweden had signed a Triple Alliance against France in 1668, England signed the secret Treaty of Dover with France in 1670.
England was also forced to sign the Treaty of Westminster in 1674 as the parliament would not allow more money to be spent on the war.
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 A Brief Outline of Dutch History and the New Netherland Colony
From the formation of the Union of Utrecht these provinces were able to remain a separate republic but it was not until the Treaty of Westphalia, at the conclusion of the Thirty Years War in 1648, that the independence of the Republic of the United Provinces of the Netherlands was finally recognized.
However by the Treaty of Utrecht at the conclusion of the War of Spanish Succession the lands were given to the Austrian Hapsburg line which held the area until they were overthrown by the French Republic in 1794.
However these gains were temporary, as the lands were restored to the British at the end of the conflict by the Treaty of Westminster on February 9, 1674.
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 The Avalon Project : The Constitution of New York : April 20, 1777
The Duke of York had previously purchased in 1663 the grant of Long Island and other islands on the New E:ngland coast made in 1635 to the Marl of Stirling, and in 1664 he equipped an armed expedition which tool possession of New Amsterdam which was thenceforth called New York.
This conquest was confirmed by the treaty of Credo, in July 1667.
In July 1673 a Dutch fleet recaptured New York and held it until it was restored to the E:nglish by the treaty of Westminster in February, 1674.
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 Memoirs of Count de Grammont - Notes and Illustrations 2
At last comes in the Dean and Prebends of Westminster, with the Bishops (many of them in cloth of gold copes), and after them the Nobility, all in their Parliament robes, which was a most magnificent sight.
He had made a treaty with the Irish, which was broken by the great body of them, though some few of them adhered still to him.
She was received with acclamations; and bonfires were lighted on the occasion, both in London and Westminster.
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 Hoagland Family Notes
In 1674, Martin's property was noted as a class of property Second, nationality Dutch and estimated wealth $5,000.
A treaty was made with the chiefs for the purchase by the Dutch of all the unsold lands from Barnegat Bay to the Raritan River, thus curbing the aggressiveness of the English.
Martin was appointed one of the church masters in 1674.
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 New Page 1
When the Treaty of Westminster was signed in 1674, English support of the French disappeared and France advanced no further, eventually withdrawing.
When the treaty of Westminster's terms took effect 15 months later, and New Orange became New York for the second time, Peter Stuyvesant's example was followed again, and the transfer was orderly and without incident.
After the Treaty of Westminster returned the settlement to England in November of 1674, the new governor, Edmund Andros, guaranteed that the residents of New Netherland again would have "...the same right, privilege and freedom which the said residents enjoyed before the...
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 History of the Monarchy > The Stuarts > Charles II
Although those who had signed Charles I's death warrant were punished (nine regicides were put to death, and Cromwell's body was exhumed from Westminster Abbey and buried in a common pit), Charles II pursued a policy of political tolerance and power-sharing.
Charles's foreign policy was a wavering balance of alliances with France and the Dutch in turn.
In 1670, Charles signed the secret treaty of Dover under which Charles would declare himself a Catholic and England would side with France against the Dutch.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafn18 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
In 1475, Louis XI signed a non-agression treaty and agreed to pay England 75,000 crowns and a 20,000 crown annuity.
The remains of two children were found in the Tower in 1674.
In 1674, two skeletons of children were discovered in the Tower of London.
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 Maps - Fordham University Libraries
Using rivers as fixed borders however was the European concept of natural borders where marauding armies often had come to a standstill and peace treaties were signed.
During the Anglo-Dutch Westminster Peace Treaty of November, 1674, the New Netherland territory was ceded to the English.
In 1674 the English retook New Orange, named it New York, and held it until the American Revolution.
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 Anglo-Dutch Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
De Ruyter controlled the southern coast of England until the Treaty of Breda was signed on July 31, 1667.
It was his interest that led to the taking of New Amsterdam in 1664 (hence its renaming in his honor).
In 1674 the British signed the Treaty of Westminster with the Dutch.
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