Treaty of Madrid (1670)
Lambert M Surhone, Mariam T Tennoe, Susan F Henssonow
Betascript Publishing, May 10, 2011 - 112 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Treaty of Madrid (also known as the Godolphin Treaty) adopted in 1670 was a treaty between England and Spain. Under the terms of the treaty, Spain recognized English possessions in the Caribbean Sea: "all those lands, islands, colonies and places whatsoever situated in the West Indies." England took formal control of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands after the treaty was signed. Spain also agreed to permit English ships freedom of movement in the Caribbean. Each country agreed to refrain from trading in the other's territory.
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