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Treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, between His Britannic Majesty and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal : signed at Rio de Janeiro, the 19th of February 1810
Bib ID 1596164
Format BookBook
Author
Great Britain
 
Uniform Title Treaties, etc. Portugal, 1810 Feb. 19
Description London : Printed by A. Strahan, 1810 
44 p. ; 31 cm. 
Notes

Text in English and Portuguese.

Subjects Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Portugal.  |  Portugal -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Portugal. Treaties Great Britain, 1810 Feb. 19

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