English Act of Parliament from the reign of William and Mary; An Act for Continuing the Acts for Prohibiting all Trade and Commerce with France and for the Encouragement of Privateers
English Act of Parliament from the reign of William and Mary; An Act for Continuing the Acts for Prohibiting all Trade and Commerce with France and for the Encouragement of Privateers
English Act of Parliament from the reign of William and Mary; An Act for Continuing the Acts for Prohibiting all Trade and Commerce with France and for the Encouragement of Privateers

English Act of Parliament from the reign of William and Mary; An Act for Continuing the Acts for Prohibiting all Trade and Commerce with France and for the Encouragement of Privateers

London: Charles Bill/Thomas Newcomb, 1692. 4to (27 x 17cm). 24pp. Removed from larger volume. Complete act. Decorative cover leaf and black letter typeset, 2cm wormhole to upper right head of first nine leaves, (12 x 1cm) water stain to upper right head of all pages. 'William and Mary, 1692: An Act for continuing the Acts For prohibiting all Trade and Commerce with France and for the encouragement of Privateers. [Chapter XXV. Rot. Parl. pt. 5. nu. 7.]', in Statutes of the Realm: Volume 6, 1685-94, ed. John Raithby (s.l, 1819), pp. 419-425. "After the Congress of Paris at the end of the Crimean War, seven European nations signed the Paris Declaration of 1856 renouncing privateering, and forty-five more eventually joined them, which in effect abolished privateering worldwide. The United States was not a signatory to that declaration." Wikipedia. Very good. Item #1809

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