TREATY OF MUTUAL DEFENCE BETWEEN THE MOST SERENE AND MOST POTENT PRINCE CHARLES VI. EMPEROR OF GERMANY, &C. AND THE MOST SERENE AND MOST POTENT PRINCE GEORGE....

London. 1718. 45pp. Dbd. Printed in two columns. Very good. Item #WRCAM41331

The text of a treaty between the Prince George and Prince Charles VI. The treaty obligates Britain and the Holy Roman to a mutual defense pact against the Ottoman Empire. "That the Design and End of the Defensive Alliance be no other than mutually to defend each other, and to preserve themselves in the Possessions of the Kingdoms, Provinces and Rights, in the Condition they now are...." This alliance, when joined by Austria and the Netherlands became the Quadruple Alliance. Also contains two other treaties: CONVENTION BETWEEN...PRINCE GEORGE, ...AND...LEWIS XV...FOR PROPOSING...PEACE; and CONVENTION BETWEEN...PRINCE GEORGE, ...AND...LEWIS XV...FOR SETTLING SEPARATE AND SECRET ARTICLES BELONGING TO THE FOREGOING ULTIMATE CONDITIONS OF PEACE. One of the columns is the text of the treaties in Latin.

Price: $600.00