Parliamentary Papers, Volume 68

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Page 91 - Article he doth, to defend and protect all conquests or colonies belonging to the Crown of Portugal against all his enemies, as well future as present...
Page 91 - Secret Article concluded and accorded, that His Majesty of Great Britain, in regard of the great advantages and increase of dominion he hath purchased by the above-mentioned Treaty of Marriage shall promise and oblige himself, as by this present Article he doth, to defend and protect all conquests...
Page 223 - I transmit herewith for your information a copy of a despatch which I have this day addressed to Mr.
Page 90 - The King of Great Britain does profess and declare, with the consent and advice of .his council, that he will take the interest of Portugal and all its dominions to heart, defending the same with his utmost power, by sea and land, even as England itself.
Page 245 - I have just this moment received your letter of the 16th instant. Although I have not the honour of being personally acquainted with you, I have the greatest confidence in your character. My opinion being founded on what I have heard from more than one crowned head, I cannot have the least difficulty in entering most heartily with you on a subject of which legitimate royalty is the object. For the sincerity of what I am going to write, I appeal to the testimony of my old friend, Colonel Wylde. "...
Page 88 - It is concluded and accorded that there is, and shall be for ever, a good true and firm peace and amity between the most renowned kings, Charles King of Great Britain and John the Fourth King of Portugal, their heirs and successors, and their Kingdoms, Countries, Dominions, Lands, People, Liegemen...
Page 91 - And if it shall be required that theystay above 6 months there, the King of Portugal shall be obliged to victual them for so long a time as they are to stay ; and to put in one month's victuals at the time they are to set sail for England : but if the King of Portugal shall be pressed in any extraordinary manner by the power of the Enemies, all the King of Great Britain's Ships, which shall at any time be in the Mediterranean Sea, or at Tangier, shall have Instructions, in such cases, to obey any...
Page 88 - ... renowned kings, their heirs and successors, by himself or by any other, shall do or attempt anything against each other, or their Kingdoms, by land or by sea, nor shall consent nor adhere unto any war, counsel, or Treaty in prejudice of the other.
Page 85 - Also, if the Kingdom, Lands, Dominions or Places of the other Party should happen to be infested, oppressed, or invaded by sea or by land, by Enemies, Persecutors, or Rivals, or if these Enemies should at least purpose, prepare, or in any manner appear anxious to infest, oppress, or invade, and the other Party, or his Successors, be through that Party against whom similar attempts are making, by Letters or by trusty Messengers, applied to for assistance or succour of Troops, Archers, Slingers, Ships,...
Page 93 - Majefty, but alfo to that of his commanders or generals, and even of fuch of his officers as by their rank in the army are fuperior to them. But for breach of orders, and for the crimes and enormities of which they fhall be guilty, they fhall be...

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