treaty of Breda

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Signed on 31 July, the treaty ended the second Anglo‐Dutch War. The most important clause left England in possession of New Netherlands, including New Amsterdam, renamed New York. The Navigation Act of 1651 was modified to allow the Dutch to bring to England exports from the southern Netherlands.

Subjects: British History.

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