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REVOLUTION in 1688, to the PRESENT TIME.
REAT Y of Peace and Commerce between
the King of Great Britain and the Emperor of
and the Cherokee Nation
68 1750 Treaty between Great Britain and Spain
the Emperor of Morocco
7766 Convention between Great Britain relative to the Ca.
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1971 Spanish Declaration relative to Falkland's Island
The King of England's Acceptance of the fame
TREATIES, &c. Articles of Peace and Commerce between His Majesty George II. by the Grace of God, King of Great-Britain, &c. and the most Noble Prince Muley Hamet Dahebby, Ben Muley Ismael, Ben Muley Zeriph, Ben Muley Aley, King and Emperor of the Kingdoms of
of Fez and Morocco, &c. Concluded Jan. 14, 1727-8. 1. HAT all Moors or Jews, subject to the Empe
ror of Morocco, fall be allowed a free traffick, viz. to buy or sell for 30 days in the city of Gibraltar, or island of Minorca; and not to reside in either place, but to depart with their effects, without let or molestation, to any part of the said Emperor of Morocco's dominions.
II. That the king of Great-Britain's subjects residing in Barbary, shall not be obliged to appear before the Cadi or Justices of the country; but only the governor of the place, and his Britannick Majesty's conlul, are to take cognizance of and adjust the differences they may have with the natives of the country,
III. That the menial servants of his Britannick Majesty's subjects, though natives of the country, either Moors or Jews, be exempt from taxes of all kinds.
IV. That all his Britannick Majesty's fubjects, as well pafsengers as others, taken by any of the Emperor of Fez and Morocco's cruisers, on board any foreign thip or vessel whatever, shall immediately be set at liberty and sent to the city of Gibraltar,
V. That there be permission for buying provisions, and all other nccciaries for his Britannick Majesty's fieet, or city of Gibraltar, at any of the Emperor of Fez and Morocco's sea-ports, at the market-prices; and the same to be shipped off without paying cuítom, as has been extorted lately contrary to the treaty of peace lullifting.
VI. All the other articles being fitceen in number, concluded, agreed and adjusted by the Honourable Charles Steward, Etq; on the behalf of his Britannick Najesty, and by his Excellency Bashaw Hamet, Ben Aly, Ben VOL. II. B