Anglo-Spanish relations, 18th cent.
Copies of papers (1717-1737) concerning Anglo-Spanish relations before the war of 1739, mainly from correspondence of 1730-33 between Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle, Secretary of State, and Mr. Keene (later Sir Benjamin Keene), minister at Madrid and agent for the South Sea Company
Printed papers, official and other, including treaties, 1739-86, viz., with
- His Catholic Majesty's manifesto, etc. London, 1739
- A State of the rise and progress of our disputes with Spain, etc. [By Hugh Hume Campbell, 3rd Earl of Marchmont.] London, 1739.
- A Treaty concluded and signed at Madrid on the 5th of October N.S. 1750. Published by authority. London, 1750
- Papers relative to the rupture with Spain, etc., Command paper, 29 Jan. 1762. London, 1762
- Observations on the 'Papers relative to the rupture with Spain', in a letter from a Member of Parliament [John Wilkes] to a friend in the country. London, 1762
- Preliminary articles of peace between His Britannick Majesty, and the most Christian King. Signed at Versailles, the 20th of January, 1783. Published by Authority. London, 1783
- The Definitive treaty of peace and friendship between His Britannick Majesty, and the most Christian King. Signed at Versailles, the 3rd of September, 1783. Published by Authority. London, 1783.
- Another edition of the above with the words 'King of Spain' instead of 'most Christian King.'
- Convention between His Britannick Majesty and the King of Spain. Signed at London, the 14th of July 1786. Published by authority. London, 1786. See also c. 473
- Creation: 18th cent.
Language of Materials
MS. Clar. dep. c. 468