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

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INDEX.
Bibliographical references are entered but once; they usually refer to the first mention of the work in a bibliographical section.
Abreu y Bertodano, J. A. de, Tratados de España, 244
Absolution from treaty obligations abjured, 40, 46, 92, 99, 124, 129, 138, 145, 156, 165, 181, 195
Absolutism of Charles V., 156, 165, 169
Acadia, English capture, 301; internal strife, 6, 348; Massachusetts agreement, 6, 347-352; negotiations and treaty for restitution, 316- 320
Actes des États Généraux, 353n.
Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial, 319
Adrian VI., Pope, and demarcation line, 119
Adventurers to Canada, 322n.
Aerssen, Francis van, treaty of Southampton, 291, 293, 299; Verbaal, 293
Aerssens, C., attests treaties, 234, 242, 274
Aeterni Regis, bull, bibliography, 49, 50; cause, 49; confirmation, 114, 116; Latin text, 50- 52; translation, 53-55
Africa, Anglo-Portuguese treaty on, 337n.; apocryphal grants to Portugal, 12n.; bull Dum diversas, Portuguese right to conquer, 12; bull Romanus pontifex, exclusive rights to Portugal, 1, 10-26; decline and resumption of Portuguese exploration, 33, 49; Dutch-Portuguese treaty on, 331, 337, 344; Dutch seizures from Portuguese, 329; Dutch-Spanish treaty on, 363; English trade, 49; grant of spiritualities to Order of Christ, 27-32; papal confirmation of Spanish relinquishment, 50-55; pope on Prince Henry's explorations, 14-16, 21, 22; Portuguese, under Spanish rule, 324; purpose of Prince Henry's early voyages, 15n.; Spanish claims relinquished, 38, 39, 44, 45; Spanish contest of Portuguese claims, 10, 11; supposed Christian princes, 15n.; see also Guinea
Aguirre, Licentiate, opinion on right to alienate Moluccas, 170n.
Aitzema, Lieuwe van, Nederlandsche Vreede- Handeling, 360; Saken van Staet en Oorlogh, 272
Albèri, Eugenio, Relazioni degli Ambasciatori Veneti, 220n.
Albert, Archduke, marriage and rule in Netherlands, 235-238; Twelve Years' Truce, 258- 269
Albert of Brandenburg, truce of Vaucelles, 218
Alberti, Amalia, acknowledgments to, 203n., 213n.
Albuquerque, Affonso de, captures Malacca, 112
Alcaçovas, treaty of, and Columbus's discovery, 35; bibliography, 35; causes, 33, 34; enforcement, 34; negotiation, colonial rights, 33, 34; on Canary Islands, 10; papal confirmation, 34, 49-55, 114, 116; Spanish text, 36-41; translation, 42-48
Alcántara, negotiations at ( 1479), 33
Alcántara, Order of, 121n.
Aldringa, Wigbold, treaty of the Hague, 333- 346
Alexander VI., Pope, and Spain, 56n.; bull Dudum siquidem, discoveries in East Indies, 79-83; bull Eximiae devotionis, Spanish concessions, 64-70; bull Inter caetera (May 3), Spanish discoveries, 56-63; bull Inter caetera (May 4), demarcation line, 1, 71-78
Alexander, Sir William, and restoration of Port Royal, 317; colony there, 301; trading company, 301
Alfonso V. of Portugal, and exploration, 33; and Nicholas V., 14n.; and Spanish claim to Guinea, appeal to pope, 10, 11; apocryphal earlier grants, 12n.; bull Dum diversas, authority to conquer infidels, 12, 16, 17, 23; bull Romanus pontifex, monopoly of conquest and trade, 9-26; Castilian war, 33; confirmation of grant, 27, 29, 31; Spanish treaty of Alcaçovas, 33-48; "the African," 14n.; titles, 28, 30
Alfonso, Diogo, witnesses bull Inter caetera, 30, 32
Alfonso, Filippo, witnesses bull Inter caetera, 30, 32
Alfonso, Juan, Portuguese mission, 11n.
Alfonso, Rodrigo, treaty of Alcaçovas, 36-47
Algiers, corsairs, 286.
Almada, Ayres de, treaty of Tordesillas, 84-94
Almotacé mór, functions, 87n.
Alva, Duque de, treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis, 219n.
Alvares, Nunus, opinion on right to alienate Moluccas, 170n.
Alvarez, Hernando, pays loan on Moluccas, 173n.
Alvarez Cabral, Pedro on coast of Brazil107

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