European Treaties Bearing on the History of the United States and Its Dependencies to 1648

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PREFACEiii
INTRODUCTION1
DOCUMENTS
1. The Bull Romanus pontifex, January 8, 14559
2. The Bull Inter caetera, March 13, 145627
3. Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Alcaçovas, September 4, 1479. Ratification33
4. The Bull Aeterni Regis, June 21, 148149
5. The Bull Inter caetera, May 3, 149356
6. The Bull Eximiae devotionis, May 3, 149364
7. The Bull Inter caetera, May 4, 149371
8. The Bull Dudum siquidem, September 26, 149379
9. Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Tordesillas, June 7, 1494. Ratification84
10. Compact between Spain and Portugal, signed by the Catholic Sovereigns at Madrid, May 7,1495101
11. The Bull Ea quae, January 24, 1506107
12. The Bull Praecelsae devotionis, November 3, 1514112
13. Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Vitoria, February 19, 1524. Ratification118
14. Draft of an unconcluded treaty between Spain and Portugal, 1526131
15. Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Saragossa, April 17, 1529146
16. Treaty between Spain and Portugal, concluded at Saragossa, April 22, 1529. Ratifications169
17. Articles concluded between France and Portugal at Lyons, July 14, 1536 199
18. Treaty concluded between France and Spain, at Crépy-en-Laonnois, September 18, 1544; separate article205
19. Articles concluded between Spain and Portugal in 1552210
20. Truce between France and Spain, concluded at Vaucelles, February 5, 1556; separate article215
21. Treaty between France and Spain, concluded at Cateau-Cambrésis, April 3, 1559. Oral agreement concerning the Indies219
22. Treaty between the King of Spain and the Catholic Princes of France, concluded at Joinville, January 16, 1585223
23. League between France, England, and the United Netherlands against Spain. Accession of the United Netherlands, concluded at the Hague, October 31, 1596229
24. Cession of the Netherlands by Philip II. of Spain to his daughter, Isabella- Clara-Eugenia, Madrid, May 6, 1598235
25. Treaty between England and the United Netherlands, concluded at Westminster, August 6/16, 1598. Ratification239

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