A Full and Free Inquiry Into the Merits of the Peace; with Some Strictures on the Spirit of Party, Volumen5

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T. Payne, 1765 - 160 páginas
 

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Página 96 - And his moft Chriftian Majefty renounces all pretenfion to the acquifitions which he had made on the coaft of Coromandel and Orixa, fince the faid beginning of the year 1749. His moft Chriftian Majefty...
Página 4 - Do not do unto others that which you would not have them do unto you.
Página 92 - Laurence, on condition that the fubjects of France do not exercife the faid fifhery but at the diftance of three leagues from all the coafts belonging to Great Britain, as well thofe of the continent, as thofe of the iflands fituated in the faid gulph St.
Página 108 - 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...
Página 109 - Majefty aftures to them, by this article, the full enjoyment of thofe advantages, and powers, on the Spanifh coafts and territories, as above ftipulated, immediately after the ratification of the prefent treaty.
Página 96 - Sumatra, to be restored ; he engages further, not to erect fortifications, or to keep troops in any part of the dominions of the Subah of Bengal. And in order to preserve future peace...
Página 96 - France, in the condition they are now in, the different factories, which that crown poflefled, as well on the coaft of Coromandel and Orixa, as on that of Malabar, as alfo in Bengal, at the beginning of the year 1749. And his moft Chriftian Majefty renounces all pretenfion to the acquifitions which he had made on the coaft of Coromandel and Orixa, fince the faid beginning of the year 1749.
Página 96 - Majesty cedes, in full right, and guaranties to the King of Great Britain the river Senegal, with the forts and factories of St. Lewis, Podor, and Galam, and with all the rights and dependencies of the said river Senegal.
Página 108 - Majefty's fubie&s, or their workmen, to be difturbed, or molefted, under any pretence whatfoever, in the faid places, in their occupation of cutting, loading, and carrying away logwood : and for this purpofe, they may build without hindrance, and occupy without interruption...
Página 65 - Newfoundland, has not been refused by Great Britain, but connected with a reciprocal satisfaction on the part of France, with regard to the indispensable object of Dunkirk, which the King has required, and still requires: it is, therefore, on condition that the town and port of Dunkirk...

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