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Preliminary Articles of Peace,
BETWEEN HIS BRITANNICK MAJESTY, THE MOST CHRISTIAN KING, AND THE CATHOLICK KING. SIGNED AT FONTAINEBLEAU, THE 3D DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1762. LONDON: E. OWEN AND T. HARRISON, 1762
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1,0001,500
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190
Preliminary Articles of Peace,
BETWEEN HIS BRITANNICK MAJESTY, THE MOST CHRISTIAN KING, AND THE CATHOLICK KING. SIGNED AT FONTAINEBLEAU, THE 3D DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1762. LONDON: E. OWEN AND T. HARRISON, 1762
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 1,250 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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Preliminary Articles of Peace,
BETWEEN HIS BRITANNICK MAJESTY, THE MOST CHRISTIAN KING, AND THE CATHOLICK KING. SIGNED AT FONTAINEBLEAU, THE 3D DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1762. LONDON: E. OWEN AND T. HARRISON, 1762
4to (227 x 173mm.), double column, printed in English and French, modern wrappers
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Literature

Howes P569; Sabin 65044

Catalogue Note

The preliminary articles of the Treaty of Paris which defined the limits of the American possessions of France, Great Britain and Spain. From France the British obtained Canada and Louisiana as far west as the Mississippi, except for the city of New Orleans, and from Spain the Floridas. The definitve treaty was signed in Paris in 1763.

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