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" Majefty's fubjects, who fhall have fettled in the faid iflands, or thofe who fhall have any commercial affairs to fettle there, or in the other places reftored to France by the prefent treaty... "
Preliminary articles of peace, between his Britannick majesty, the most ... - Page 12
by Treaties - 1762
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The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies

English literature
...Galante, of Defirade, of Martinico, and Belleifle; and the fortrefies of thefo iflands fhall be reilored in the fame condition they were in, when they were conquered by the Britifh arm-s ;, provided that his Britannick Majefty 's fubjefts who fhall have fettled in the faid...
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The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies

English literature - 1762
...Havannah ; and that fortrels, as well as all the other fortrefles of the faid ifland, (hall be refiored in the fame condition they were in when they were conquered by his Britannick Mij ;fty's arms. Art. XIX. In confeqaence of the reflitution llipclated in the preceding...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 5

Edmund Burke - History - 1763
...of Defirade, of Martinico, and of Belleifle ; and the fortrefles of thefe iflands Ihall be reftored in the fame condition they were in, when they were conquered by the Britiih arms ; provided that his Britanr.icmajeily's ubjeb, who ihall have fettle 1 in the faid...
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The Martial Review, Or, A General History of the Late Wars: Together with ...

Oliver Goldsmith - Anglo-French War, 1755-1763 - 1763 - 241 pages
...of Defirade, of Martinico, and of Belleifle ; and the fortrefles of thefe iflands ihall be reftored in the fame condition they were in, when they were conquered by the Britifh arms ; provided that his Britannic Majefty's fubjects, who fhall have fettled in the faid iflands,...
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The General History of the Late War: Containing It's Rise ..., Volume 5

John Entick - Europe - 1764
...Havanna : and that fortrefs, as well as all the other fortrefles of the faid ifland, fliall be reftored in the fame condition they were in when they were conquered by his Britannic Majefty 's arms. XIX. In confequence of the reflitution ftipulated in the preceding article,...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 4

1764
...Havannah ; and that Fort'efs, as well as all the other Fortrefles of the faid I (land, (hall be reftored in the fame Condition they were in when they were conquered by his Britannic Majefty's Arms. Art.XIX. In Confequehce i ( the Reftitution ftipulatcd in the preceding...
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A Collection of All the Treaties of Peace, Alliance, and Commerce, Between ...

Great Britain - Alliances - 1772 - 343 pages
...arms of his moft Chriftian Majefly : the fortrefles of thefe different countries fhall be reftored in the fame condition they were in, when they were...the French Arms ; and the pieces of artillery, which fhall have been carried clfe where, fhall be replaced by the fame number, of the fame bore, weight,...
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A Collection of All the Treaties of Peace, Alliance, and Commerce, Between ...

Europe - 1771
...tXI. The Ifland of Minorca mall be reftored to his Britannick .Majefty, as well as Fort St. Philip, in the fame condition they were in, when they were Conquered by. the arms of the :moft Chriftian King ; and with the artillery * ' ' . that C that was there tr the taking...
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The British Magazine and Review, Or, Universal Miscellany, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1783
...Majefty ftall rtftore to Great Britain '-\.- Iflands of Providenc;, and the Bahamas, without exception, in the fame condition they were in when they were conquered by the arms of the King of Spain. The farat ftipulations inferted m the Fifth Article of this Treaty Ihall...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 53

Early English newspapers - 1783
...majefty lhall reftore to Great Britain the ifUnds of Providence, and the Bahamas, without exception, in the fame condition they were in when they were conquered by the arms of the King of Spain. The fame llipulations infcrted in the fifth article of this treaty, (hall...
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