Treaty of Pardo
The Convention between the Crowns of Great Britain and Spain, concluded at the Pardo on the 14th of January 1739, N.S. The King of Great Britain‘s Full Power. The King of Spain’s Full Power. The Two Separate Articles belonging to the Convention. His Britannick Majesty’s Ratification of the Convention. His Catholick Majesty’s Ratification of the Convention. And their Britannick and Catholick Majesties several and respective Ratifications of the two Separate Articles. Published by Authority.
London: Printed by Samuel Buckley, 1739.
First edition. 28 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Treaty of Pardo. Removed. Outer leaves darkened, closed tear at gutter Sabin 16195; Goldsmiths 7664. Item #239715
The 1739 Treaty of Pardo was an attempt by Spain and England to avoid war over issues of trade, smuggling, freedom of the seas, and boundaries of the Georgia and Carolina colonies. The two powers eventually fought in the War of Jenkins Ear, later the War of Austrian Succession.
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