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Treaties. International agreements.

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Agreements or contracts made between two or more states, formally signed by duly authorized representatives, and usually ratified by the lawmaking authority of the states, as treaties of peace or alliance, or commercial treaties.

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Copies, 17th century, of treaties and other documents, 13th-16th century, concerning France and Scotland.

Identifier: Adv.MS.35.1.5
Scope and Contents A book distinctly written in a modern hand, which according to Thomas Ruddiman contains writings in the Public Archives of France and was presented by Louis XIV to Richard, Viscount Preston when Ambassador of Charles II at the French Court.It is entitled: “Traittez entre les Roys de France, et les Roys d’Ecosse. Privilleges accordez aux Ecossois par les Roys de France. Et les Memoires comment les Roys d’Ecosse a reconnu le Royaume d’Ecosse a Foy et Homage du Royaume d’Angleterre...
Dates: 13th century-16th century.

Copies, early 17th century, in French, of treaties drawn up between France and her various allies, 1552-1615.

Identifier: Adv.MS.33.3.4
Scope and Contents

Also included is a copy of a memoir of Henri IV by Pierre Jeannin, in a different hand from the rest of the volume (folio 1), a number of instructions to ambassadors, commissions, and other related material, and a table of contents (folio 264).

Dates: 1552-1615.

Copies, early 17th century, in French, of treaties drawn up between France and her various allies, 1606-1613.

Identifier: Adv.MS.33.3.9
Scope and Contents

Also included are a number of instructions to ambassadors, commissions, and other related material.

There is a table of contents (folio 1).

Dates: 1606-1613.

Letters and state papers of James VI., 1578-1621.

Identifier: Adv.MS.29.2.6
Scope and Contents Many of the papers are drafts made or collected by John Lindsay, Lord Menmuir, the Secretary of State. Letter, The Hague, 30 January 1587, of the Council of State of the United Provinces to James VI; in French (folios 1-2). - This letter does not appear to have been published or summarised elsewhere, and is briefly summarized here:The Council have received James’s letters concerning restitution to be made for Scottish merchandise seized by warships from...
Dates: 1578-1621.

Memoranda on relations with Spain and the Spanish Netherlands, with copies of correspondence and orders., 1604-1660, undated.

Identifier: MS.149
Scope and Contents Bound with printed copies of the Spanish treaties of 1604 and 1630 (London, 1605, 1630). Included are copies of the correspondence and orders of Don John of Austria, as Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, relating to English (Royalist) shipping, etc., 1656-1659, undated, (passim), and of secret articles in treaties, 1604, 1656 (pages 94, 57-63) in English, Spanish and French. According to a pencilled note in a modern hand, the notes are of one of the Earls of Bristol, but some at least...
Dates: 1604-1660, undated.

Memorandum-book of Sir Daniel Dun., 1607-1617.

Identifier: MS.202
Scope and Contents

Contains copies of correspondence, complaints, petitions, treaties, and remits from the Privy Council of England, principally in connection with merchants, shipping, and trade; all relating to business which came before Sir Daniel Dun as a Judge of the Court of Admiralty and a Master of Requests.

Dates: 1607-1617.

Nineteenth-century copies of treaties made by Persia., 18th century-19th century, undated.

Identifier: MS.2777
Scope and Contents

The treaties are with the following countries: France (folios 1 verso-5 verso), Great Britain (folios 6 verso-22, 33-36), Russia (folios 22 verso-30, 36 verso-40 verso), the Ottoman Empire (folios 41-62), and Belgium (folios 30 verso-32).

Dates: 18th century-19th century, undated.

Various printed items., 1793-1883, undated.

Identifier: MS.3645
Scope and Contents The contents are as follows.(i) ‘State of the Process of Division of Commonty, David Smyth, Esq., of Methven, against Thomas Graham, of Balgowan, Esq., and others’, 1793.(ii) ‘The Morning Chronicle’, 4 May 1811, containing an article on Barrosa.(iii) Letters [of 1811] from Lieutenant-General Graham to ... the Earl of Liverpool, undated, regarding Barrosa.(iv) ‘Definitive Treaty of Peace’ (Treaty with France), 1814.(v) ‘An Act to...
Dates: 1793-1883, undated.