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Convention or Act of Neutrality between France and the Netherlands, signed at The Hague, 24 November 1733

Act of Accession of Sardinia to the Military Convention between France and Great Britain of 10 April 1854, signed at Turin, 26 January 1855

Convention between the Argentine Republic and Italy for the Reciprocal Exchange of Actes de l'Etat Civil, signed at Buenos Aires, 29 May 1890

Convention between Italy and Peru respecting the Reciprocal Communication of Actes de l'Etat Civil, signed at Lima, 4 December 1889

Convention between Chile and Italy for the Reciprocal Exchange of Actes de l'Etat Civil, signed at Santiago, 22 March 1892

Convention or Act of Renewal of Treaties between Sweden and The Netherlands, signed at The Hague, 2(12) January 1686

Additional Act to the Cartel Convention between States of the German Confederation, signed at Frankfurt, 17 May 1832

Separate Convention between Bremen and Prussia respecting Article 15 of the Weser Navigation Act, signed at Minden, 10 September 1823


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Meetings of elected delegates at the conventions of Dungannon and at the Catholic Convention had implicity challenged parliament's claim to represent the nation. Passed in response to a further ...

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