Treaty of Utrecht, 1713, and the Jews of Gibraltar
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Published by Jewish Historical Society of England in London .
Written in English



  • Gibraltar


  • Treaty of Utrecht (1713),
  • Jews -- Gibraltar -- History.,
  • Gibraltar -- History.

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Cover title.

Statementdelivered to the Jewish Historical Society of England in London, 15 May 1963, by Joshua Hassan.
ContributionsJewish Historical Society of England.
LC ClassificationsDS135.S75 G534
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4277176M
LC Control Number78302877

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The Treaty of Utrecht, which established the Peace of Utrecht, is a series of individual peace treaties, rather than a single document, signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession, in the Dutch city of Utrecht in March and April The treaties between several European states, including Spain, Great Britain, France, Portugal, Savoy and the Dutch Republic, helped end the t: End of the War of the Spanish Succession. TREATY OF UTRECHT. 13 JULY The Spanish Version. Original Latin Version. Published English Translation. The Catholic King does hereby, for himself, his heirs and successors, yield to the Crown of Great Britain the full and entire propriety of the town and castle of Gibraltar, together with the port, fortifications, and forts thereunto belonging; and he gives up the said propriety to be held and enjoyed . The Jews of Gibraltar before the Treaty of Utrecht and the Developement of the Jewish Community since In the new Tory government in Britain sent inspectors to enquire into the affairs of the British army in Spain and Portugal. The Inspectors found that Jewish merchants and Author: Tito Benady. Thereafter, in June, , a Treaty, for the mutual guar- anty of their respective dominions to each other, as estab- lished by the Treaties of Utrecht and Baden, was entered into by France, Great Britain and Spain. On 30th April, , the final peace was made between the Emperor and Spain.

Article X of the Treaty had specified the expulsion and future exclusion of Jews from the Rock. To put this in context, a survey carried out by the Inspectors of the Army one year before Utrecht was signed, showed that Jews were paying rent for over a third of the properties in the townTwo years after this the number of Jews in Gibraltar had risen to most of which were from Barbary.   The Treaty Of Utrecht And Gibraltar The news is full of the spat with Spain over ownership of Gibraltar, Well, here is the original text of the Treaty of Utrecht, concerning the agreements over Gibraltar signed in by Spain’s king, Phillip V.   The Treaty of Utrecht of says that if Britain gives up Gibraltar, it has to offer it first to Spain. "And in case it shall hereafter seem meet to the Crown of Great Britain to grant, sell or.   "In July Great Britain and Spain signed a 'Treaty of Peace and Friendship' that brought to an end a conflict that had begun in , following the death the year before of the Spanish King Charles II, who died without leaving a direct descendant or by: 1.

British Whigs everywhere excoriated the Treaty of Utrecht, signed in April that put an end to the War of the Spanish Succession. They denounced ‘the many infamous steps that have of late been taken to the dishonoring and completely ruining our country, and the Protestant interest in Europe.’ 1 They bemoaned the ‘infamous peace’ secured with ‘as much treasure as would have Author: Steven Pincus.   Treaty of Utrecht. The Treaty of Utrecht was a series of individual peace treaties signed by representatives of the members of the Grand Alliance on one side and France and Spain on the other, each trying to gain, or retain, maximum territory and trading privileges as possible.   Levi Attias 'The racist Treaty of Utrecht () and the Jews of Gibraltar' Friday 11th October See more: The Treaty of Utrecht, (Related Articles: For other related articles view the Exploration and Settlement Table of Contents. The British and their allies achieved the major aims expressed at the beginning of the War of the Spanish Succession.