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The Treaty of Madrid, also known as the Treaty of Aquisgran, was a commercial treaty between Britain and Spain, formally signed on 5 October 1750 in Madrid. Commercial tensions over the slavery Asiento granted to Britain by the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, and alleged smuggling of British goods into the Spanish Americas led to the War of Jenkins Ear in 1739. This was followed by the War of the Austrian Succession, ended by the 1748 Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle.

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  • マドリード条約(マドリードじょうやく、英語: Treaty of Madrid、スペイン語: Tratado de Madrid)は1750年10月5日にグレートブリテン王国とスペイン王国の間で締結された通商条約。 条約はオーストリア継承戦争を終結させた1748年のアーヘンの和約の後に締結され、スペインが長年にわたって憂慮していたアシエントの問題を解決した。 (ja)
  • The Treaty of Madrid, also known as the Treaty of Aquisgran, was a commercial treaty between Britain and Spain, formally signed on 5 October 1750 in Madrid. Commercial tensions over the slavery Asiento granted to Britain by the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, and alleged smuggling of British goods into the Spanish Americas led to the War of Jenkins Ear in 1739. This was followed by the War of the Austrian Succession, ended by the 1748 Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. In addition to the asiento, there was also a substantial import and export trade between Spain and Britain, carried out by British merchants based in Cadiz. Due to an error by negotiators at Aix-la-Chapelle, the treaty failed to renew their trading privileges, which were treated as cancelled by the Spanish. Both sides also claimed they were owed large sums of money in regards to the asiento. However, the trade through Cadiz was equally important to Spain, while Ferdinand VI, who succeeded as king in 1746, was more pro-British than his predecessor. This allowed the two sides to reach agreement on a new treaty, which restored trading privileges, while the asiento was cancelled in return for a one time payment of £100,000 to the British. (en)
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  • Spanish negotiator José de Carvajal y Lancáster (en)
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  • Britain and Spain agree to terminate the Asiento awarded in 1713, in return for a one off payment of £100,000 and renew trading rights for merchants in Cadiz (en)
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  • 1750-10-05 (xsd:date)
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  • French, Spanish, English (en)
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  • Treaty of Madrid (en)
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  • Benjamin Keene (en)
  • José de Carvajal y Lancáster (en)
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  • Spain (en)
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  • Benjamin Keene (en)
  • José de Carvajal y Lancáster (en)
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  • マドリード条約(マドリードじょうやく、英語: Treaty of Madrid、スペイン語: Tratado de Madrid)は1750年10月5日にグレートブリテン王国とスペイン王国の間で締結された通商条約。 条約はオーストリア継承戦争を終結させた1748年のアーヘンの和約の後に締結され、スペインが長年にわたって憂慮していたアシエントの問題を解決した。 (ja)
  • The Treaty of Madrid, also known as the Treaty of Aquisgran, was a commercial treaty between Britain and Spain, formally signed on 5 October 1750 in Madrid. Commercial tensions over the slavery Asiento granted to Britain by the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht, and alleged smuggling of British goods into the Spanish Americas led to the War of Jenkins Ear in 1739. This was followed by the War of the Austrian Succession, ended by the 1748 Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. (en)
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  • マドリード条約 (1750年10月5日) (ja)
  • Treaty of Madrid (5 October 1750) (en)
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