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    1. The All Heaven treaty binds us to Heavenly Talstan I know,” Heymon said, “but I don’t trust them in the least

    2. The Treaty was over, but not because a single Chosen had dared to stand her ground

    3. Their previous encounters with the Dark Army had been conducted under the Treaty, making their journey to the Sanctuary a safely guided exodus

    4. He had sympathy for the Nords who fought most vigorously against what they and others regarded as the injustice of the treaty

    5. is likely to be diminished by every such treaty

    6. It is upon this principle that the treaty of commerce between England and Portugal, concluded in 1703 by Mr Methuen, has been so much commended

    7. The following is a literal translation of that treaty, which consists of three articles only

    8. The most excellent lords the plenipotentiaries promise and take upon themselves, that their above named masters shall ratify this treaty; and within the space of two months the ratification shall be exchanged

    9. By this treaty, the crown of Portugal becomes bound to admit the English woollens upon the same footing as before the prohibition; that is, not to raise the duties which had been paid before that time

    10. So far this treaty, therefore, is evidently advantageous to Portugal, and

    11. Some privileges which had been granted them, not by treaty, but by the free grace of that crown, at the solicitation, indeed, it is probable, and in return for much greater favours, defence and protection from the crown of Great Britain, had been either infringed or revoked

    12. If it was adopted, however, Great Britain would not only be immediately freed from the whole annual expense of the peace establishment of the colonies, but might settle with them such a treaty of commerce as would effectually secure to her a free trade, more advantageous to the great body of the people, though less so to the merchants, than the monopoly which she at present enjoys

    13. It might dispose them not only to respect, for whole centuries together, that treaty of commerce which they had concluded with us at parting, but to favour us in war as well as in trade, and instead of turbulent and factious subjects, to become our most faithful, affectionate, and generous allies; and the same sort of parental affection on the one side, and filial respect on the other, might revive between Great Britain and her colonies, which used to subsist between those of ancient Greece and the mother city from which they descended

    14. By the famous treaty of commerce with Portugal, the consumer is prevented by duties from purchasing of a neighbouring country, a commodity which our own climate does not produce ; but is obliged to purchase it of a distant country, though it is acknowledged, that the commodity of the distant country is of a worse quality than that of the near one

    15. The first trade which they engaged in, was that of supplying the Spanish West Indies with negroes, of which (in consequence of what was called the Assiento Contract granted them by the treaty of Utrecht) they had the exclusive privilege

    16. In 1748, all the demands of the company upon the king of Spain, in consequence of the assiento contract, were, by the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, given up for what was supposed an equivalent

    17. It was restored to them by the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle; and, about this time the spirit of war and conquest seems to have taken possession of their servants in India, and never since to have left them

    18. The Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo was signed by

    19. It was in the war which began in 1668, and was concluded by the treaty of Ryswick, in 1697, that the foundation of the present enormous debt of Great Britain was first laid

    20. In the war which began in 1702, and which was concluded by the treaty of Utrecht, the public debts were still more accumulated

    21. The Spanish war, which began in 1739, and the French war which soon followed it, occasioned a further increase of the debt, which, on the 31st of December 1748, after the war had been concluded by the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted to £78,293,313:1:10¾

    22. This means that, just as the Congress can pass no law on religion, the President can neither issue an Executive Order nor sign a treaty that would have any effect on religion, and the Judiciary can issue no decisions respecting religion

    23. There was no treaty and no exact time that the war ended

    24. the United States, European, or other foreign countries that had signed a treaty with the Japanese imperial government

    25. facetiously, “we have entered into a treaty with the whales, and are up here by special agreement to dispense of their mortal

    26. (1883-1946) His 1919 work, „Economic Consequences of Peace," a withering critique of the Versailles Treaty imposed on Germany by the victors in World War I has, with his predictions of German reaction, made him something of a modern prophet

    27. And so it had been agreed, drawn up by treaty, not to deploy them as an offensive or defensive weapon

    28. Conventional-style weapons were relics of late twentieth, early twenty-first centuries; their continuing existence never discussed since the signing of the decommissioning treaty

    29. ‘My government and I have agreed to the Full Commitment treaty

    30. from Mexico with the Treaty of Guadalupe in 1848, and

    31. resulted in the Treaty of Washington

    32. Perhaps more importantly, the Treaty of Washington had a more

    33. Isn"t is wonderful to realize that as of February 5 of this year, the day the treaty took effect, it will allow Americans to sleep more safely in their beds at night?

    34. I would say that would lead to a very agreeable treaty (for once) to your electorate and will change the face of Africa for the aid will be used where most needed for everyone involved including you in times of emergency

    35. Vroom, the Native Commissioner, acted as interpreter, and through him the conditions of the treaty were given to the Ashantis; but it had to be again repeated by the royal linguist to Prempeh, who could not demean himself by listening to the stranger's voice

    36. The dread of Ashanti being removed, the Adansis will return to their own territory, and the ruined capital Fomena will again flourish, under the rule of the King: a fine old man who had offered every facility to the Expedition, and with whom a treaty had been drawn up a few weeks before the march started

    37. The notorious carpet-baggers have returned to Spain; and through the Paris treaty, Spaniards residing in the Island are to have equal rights with Cubans for one year, after which they must proclaim their citizenship or become aliens

    38. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was/is a military alliance established by the United States and Western Europe

    39. Prisoners of war must be protected by international treaty, and not tortured for the sake of extracting information from them

    40. Having said that, there is a legal duty on the victims’ Government to protect its citizens which is why the Embassy must be involved! It is complicated International Law which must be negotiated if no treaty is in place

    41. Bunau Varilla wrote the Canal Treaty and bribed his way into becoming Panama's president

    42. The Treaty of Portsmouth ended the Russo-Japanese War

    43. Japan easily won the war, but the Japanese public was shocked by the treaty since Japan received so little of the territories they fought for

    44. Roosevelt negotiated to build and then rent the canal, signing the Hays-Herran Treaty

    45. Colombia’s Congress refused the treaty, since Herran had negotiated without consulting them and the treaty price was very low

    46. Washington then signed the Treaty of Grenville, forcing all tribes out of Ohio

    47. He also signed the Treaty of New York that somewhat protected the Creek tribe for a time

    48. Fillmore was anti-Semitic as well, pushing for a treaty with Switzerland that had anti-Jewish provisions

    49. Not until the 1842 Treaty of Webster Ashburton did the two nations cooperate to end slavery

    50. This time the two countries signed the Webster-Ashburton Treaty

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