68 pp. without blanks at the beginning and end, title a little dust soiled, sm.4to, modern boards vellum spine,
The Madrid Treaty of 1630 in which England renounced supporting the rebels of the Spanish Netherlands and the Protestants in Germany. In return it guaranteed that British traders could move freely and undertake business in America and the East Indies, but not with any of the the Spanish Settlements in the West Indies, Central and South America. It gave the British freedom to pursue their trade and colonisation of North America.
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