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TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS
AT PRESENT SUBSISTING BETWEEN
GREAT BRITAIN & FOREIGN POWERS;
SO FAR AS THEY RELATE TO
COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION;
REPRESSION AND ABOLITION OF THE
AND TO THE
PRIVILEGES AND INTERESTS OF THE SUBJECTS OF THE
HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES.
THE WHOLE IN ENGLISH, AND THE MODERN TREATIES, AND MOST
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS, ALSO IN THE FOREIGN LANGUAGES
IN WHICH THEY WERE SIGNED,
COMPILED FROM AUTHENTIC DOCUMENTS
By LEWIS HERTSLET, Esq.
LIBRARIAN, AND KEEPER OF THE PAPERS, FOREIGN OFFICE.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR T. EGERTON, BOOKSELLER TO THE ORDNANCE,
L. Int. Å bq e. b)
LIST OF TREATIES, &c.
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Treaty, signed at London, 29th January, 1642 (Extract)
Westminster, 10th July, 1654 (do.)
Whitehall, 23d June, 1661 (do.) Do.
Lisbon, 16th May, 1703 (do.) Do.
do. 27th December, 1703
19th February, 1810
Treaty of 1810. Signed at London, 18th December,
1812 Convention relating to the Slave Trade. Signed at Vienna,
21st January, 1815 Treaty
do. 22d January, 1815 Additional Convention for preventing any illicit Traffic in Slaves.
Signed at London, 28th July, 1817 .
Regulations for the Mixed Commissions
vention. Signed at London, 11th September, 1817
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