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084f2db8c6 1700) had left the throne to his closest relative in female line: Philippe de France, duke of Anjou, grandson of Louis XIV (Felipe V of Spain. 1, p. Longman. Not a member? Sign up for My OBO. I, Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans and Roberts, p. Vol. The treaties of Westphalia of 1648; those of Madrid, of 1667, and 1670; those of peace and of commerce of Utrecht of 1713; that of Baden of 1714; of Madrid of 1715; of Seville of 1729; the definitive treaty of Aix la Chapelle of 1748; the treaty of Madrid of 1750: and the definitive treaty of Paris of 1763, serve as a basis and foundation to the peace, and to the present treaty: and for this purpose they are all renewed and confirmed, as well as all the treaties in general which subsisted between the high contracting parties before the war, and particularly all those which are specified and renewed in the aforesaid definitive treaty of Paris, in the best form, as if they were inserted here word for word; so that they are to be exactly observed for the future in their whole tenor, and religiously executed, by both parties, in all their points, which shall not be derogated from by the present treaty of peace.
Your browser doesn't accept cookies. Allegory of the Peace of Utrecht by Antoine Rivalz. Not designed for the unsophisticated student. Feedback PrintEmailCite Share Text size: A A Introduction General Overviews Reference Works Collections of Treaties Preliminaries Court and Government Individuals Court and Government Tory Party Statesmen Diplomats Publicists Austria Brandenburg-Prussia Wittelsbachs Other Rulers Publicists Hungary Papacy Portugal Savoy Court and Government Individuals Swiss Confederation Primary Documents Anglo-French Commercial Treaty Asiento Barrier Catalans Dunkirk Gibraltar Minorca North America Renunciations Sardinia/Sicily Music Poems Prints and Paintings Medals Peace of Utrecht by Marsha Frey, Linda Frey LAST MODIFIED: 28 April 2014 DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780199743292-0101 Introduction The agreements that concluded the War of the Spanish Succession, often collectively referred to as the Peace of Utrecht, include the twenty-three treaties signed from January 1713 to February 1715 and that between Austria and Spain in 1725, prompting one contemporary to note that Utrecht like the peace of God, [was] beyond human understanding (Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough, quoted in A. M. It also effectively bought the allies two more years of war which could have easily been won if Britain had stayed the course and refrained from dismissing the Duke of Marlborough from all his posts. Whereas the most destructive flame of War which is to be extinguished by this Peace, arose chiefly from hence, that the Security and Libertys of Europe could by no means bear the Union of the Kingdoms of France and Spain under one and the same King: And whereas it has at length been brought to pass by the Assistance of the Divine Power, upon the most earnest instances of her Sacred Majesty of Great Britain, and with the Consent of both the most Christian [i.e.