TREATY OF AMITY, COMMERCE, AND NAVIGATION, BETWEEN HIS MAJESTY AND THE STATE OF COLOMBIA, TOGETHER WITH AN ADDITIONAL ARTICLE THEREUNTO ANNEXED...PRESENTED TO BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT BY HIS MAJESTY'S COMMAND, 1826.

London: R.G. Clarke, [1826]. 12pp. printed in double columns in English and Spanish. Folio. Dbd. Very good. Item #WRCAM35430

Official printing of the first treaty between Great Britain and the recently independent Colombia. Both nations agree to perpetual peace and amity, and to reciprocal trade privileges. Colombia agrees to aid the British in the abolition of the slave trade. The treaty was signed at Bogota on April 18, 1825. This was the second former Spanish colony recognized by England, who had recognized Argentina a few months earlier. No copies of this official British printing are listed on OCLC. Scarce.

Price: $900.00