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Cities of Peace

FOTTRELL, George (1849 - 1925), Clerk of the Crown and Peace, County and City of Dublin

Treaty of Peace between Guatemala and Salvador, signed at Guatemala City, 15 November 1890

Treaty of Peace and Amity between Guatemala and Spain, signed at Guatemala City, 17 November 1894

Making Peace and War in the ‘City State’ of Worms, 1235-1273

Making Peace and War in the ‘City State’ of Worms, 1235-1273

JOHNSON, Samuel George (1831 - 1909), Clerk of the Peace, Nottingham City, and Consulting Solicitor to City Council

NOPS, Wilfrid Walter (1884 - 1948), Clerk of the Central Criminal Court; Clerk of the Peace of City of London

Protocol between Honduras and Spain explanatory of the Treaty of Peace and Amity of 17 November 1894, signed at Guatemala City, 28 August 1895

Instruments of Concord: Making Peace and Settling Disputes through a Notary in the City and Contado of Late Medieval Bologna

Rates of Servants, Labourers, & Hieres Wages, appointed at the General Session for the Peace, within the City of Chester, 1596

RICHARDS, John Eugene (1885 - 1951), Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace for the City of Nottingham since 1936

BARRATT, Charles (1910 - 1971), Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace for the City of Coventry, 1946–70

Treaty of Peace, Amity and Commerce between Costa Rica and Guatemala, signed at Guatemala City, 10 March 1848

Treaty of Peace, Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Guatemala and the United States, signed at Guatemala City, 3 March 1849

Treaty of Peace, Friendship, Commerce and Extradition between Guatemala and Nicaragua, signed at Guatemala City, 13 February 1874

General Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Commerce between Guatemala, Honduras and Salvador, signed at Guatemala City, 12 September 1885

WILSON, Thomas Fleming (1862 - 1929), Clerk of the Peace for the County of the City of Glasgow and Lower Ward of Lanarkshire; partner in the firm of Wilson, Chalmers & Hendry, Solicitors, Glasgow

WHEATLEY, Joseph Larke (1846 - 1932), Solicitor; JP City of Cardiff; Town Clerk, 1878–1919; and for his services to the City, the Cardiff Corporation conferred upon him the Honorary Freedom; also retired from the offices of Clerk of the Peace; Clerk to the Urban and Port Sanitary Authorities, and to the Asylum Visiting Committee of the City of Cardiff; a Vice-President of the Glamorganshire Infirmary at Cardiff


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Although matters of war and peace in the traditional international system have been the prerogative of states, cities (among other actors in the global arena) have come to the fore ...

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