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The Treaty of Madrid was signed in Madrid on 29 September 1801 between John VI of Portugal and representatives from the French Republic. Based on the terms of the accord, Portugal was obligated to maintain the tenets of the Treaty of Badajoz. However, additions were made to the Treaty of Badajoz whereby Portugal was forced to pay France an indemnity of 20 million francs. Moreover, Portugal agreed to capitulate half of Guiana to France. These additions were established and dictated by Napoleon Bonaparte after he sent his army into Portugal.

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  • Verdrag van Madrid (1801)
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  • El tratado de Madrid de 1801, fue una acuerdo firmado por Francia y España en el marco de las Guerras Napoleónicas para conminar a Portugal a disolver su alianza con Gran Bretaña, y en caso de negativa, invadir el país mediante un ejército conjunto. La negativa portuguesa a las condiciones impuestas en el tratado provocó el comienzo de la Guerra de las Naranjas, en la que el ejército español invadió el Alentejo con el apoyo de las tropas auxiliares francesas.
  • Het Verdrag van Madrid werd getekend in Madrid op 29 september, 1801 tussen Johan VI van Portugal en verantwoordelijken van Frankrijk. Dit verdrag was eigenlijk een vervolg op het Verdrag van Badajoz van eerder dat jaar. Portugal moest Frankrijk een schadevergoeding betalen van 20 miljoen francs en ook Guyana aan Frankrijk afstaan.
  • The Treaty of Madrid was signed in Madrid on 29 September 1801 between John VI of Portugal and representatives from the French Republic. Based on the terms of the accord, Portugal was obligated to maintain the tenets of the Treaty of Badajoz. However, additions were made to the Treaty of Badajoz whereby Portugal was forced to pay France an indemnity of 20 million francs. Moreover, Portugal agreed to capitulate half of Guiana to France. These additions were established and dictated by Napoleon Bonaparte after he sent his army into Portugal.
  • O Tratado de Madrid foi celebrado na cidade espanhola de Madrid, em 29 de setembro de 1801, entre Portugal, por uma parte, e a França, pela outra. Por esse diploma, Portugal obrigava-se a manter os termos do Tratado de Badajoz com a Espanha mas, adicionalmente, comprometia-se a pagar à França uma indemnização de 20 milhões de francos.
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  • El tratado de Madrid de 1801, fue una acuerdo firmado por Francia y España en el marco de las Guerras Napoleónicas para conminar a Portugal a disolver su alianza con Gran Bretaña, y en caso de negativa, invadir el país mediante un ejército conjunto. La negativa portuguesa a las condiciones impuestas en el tratado provocó el comienzo de la Guerra de las Naranjas, en la que el ejército español invadió el Alentejo con el apoyo de las tropas auxiliares francesas.
  • Het Verdrag van Madrid werd getekend in Madrid op 29 september, 1801 tussen Johan VI van Portugal en verantwoordelijken van Frankrijk. Dit verdrag was eigenlijk een vervolg op het Verdrag van Badajoz van eerder dat jaar. Portugal moest Frankrijk een schadevergoeding betalen van 20 miljoen francs en ook Guyana aan Frankrijk afstaan.
  • O Tratado de Madrid foi celebrado na cidade espanhola de Madrid, em 29 de setembro de 1801, entre Portugal, por uma parte, e a França, pela outra. Por esse diploma, Portugal obrigava-se a manter os termos do Tratado de Badajoz com a Espanha mas, adicionalmente, comprometia-se a pagar à França uma indemnização de 20 milhões de francos. Com relação aos domínios coloniais na América do Sul, por este diploma Portugal cedia ainda metade do território do Amapá à França, comprometendo-se a aceitar como fronteira entre o Brasil e a Guiana Francesa, o rio Arawani Araguari até à foz. Estas condições adicionais foram estabelecidas e ditadas por Napoleão.
  • The Treaty of Madrid was signed in Madrid on 29 September 1801 between John VI of Portugal and representatives from the French Republic. Based on the terms of the accord, Portugal was obligated to maintain the tenets of the Treaty of Badajoz. However, additions were made to the Treaty of Badajoz whereby Portugal was forced to pay France an indemnity of 20 million francs. Moreover, Portugal agreed to capitulate half of Guiana to France. These additions were established and dictated by Napoleon Bonaparte after he sent his army into Portugal.
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