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Treaty between the Emperor and Spain and Great Britain and the Netherlands for a Barrier for the Netherlands, signed at Antwerp, 15 November 1715

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 25 April 2019

Comment:

This original French text of the so-called Third Barrier Treaty is reproduced from the Imperial archives by von Srbik, Oesterreichische Staatsvertraege. Niederlande, p. 476. Pribram, Oesterreichische Staatsvertraege. England, vol. I, p. 298, takes it from the same source. This text includes the Declarations of the several plenipotentiaries, omitted from the older collections such as Dumont, Corps Universel Diplomatique du Droit des Gens, vol. VIII, Part I, p. 458. Zinck, Ruhe des jetzt lebenden Europa, Part I, p. 461, Schmauss, Corpus Juris Gentium Academicum, p. 1593, Recueil van de Tractaaten etc. (1726), vol. II, Nos. 11, 12, and equally from the English translations in Generall Collection of Treatys, vol. IV, p. 1, Chalmers, Treaties, vol. I, p. 209, Almon, A Collection of all the Treaties of Peace, vol. I, p. 250, Jenkinson, Treaties, vol. II, p. 148, and A Collection of Treaties of [the Reign of] George I etc. (1717), p. 39. Great Britain ratified the Treaty on 30 November and the Emperor on 21 December 1715, and the Netherlands on 14 January 1716. It was supplemented by the Convention of 22 December 1718 and renewed as between Great Britain and the Netherlands by the Treaty of 27 May 1728. See also the supplementary Agreements between the Emperor and the Netherlands of 30 January 1716, and the Convention of 31 January 1716.

 

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