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Treaty of Utrecht (1713-1715)

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Uniform title headingTreaty of Utrecht (1713-1715)
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Variant(s)Treaty of Utrecht (1713)
Freden i Utrecht (1713-1715)
Friede von Utrecht (1713-1715)
Peace of Utrecht (1713-1715)
Perjanjian Utrecht (1713-1715)
Pokój utrechcki (1713-1715)
Sporazum u Utrehtu (1713-1715)
Tractat d'Utrecht (1713-1715)
Traités d'Utrecht (1713-1715)
Traktato de Utrecht (1713-1715)
Tratado de Utrecht (1713-1715)
Trattato di Utrecht (1713-1715)
Treaties of Utrecht (1713-1715)
Utrecht, Treaty of (1713-1715)
Utrechto sutartis (1713-1715)
Utrechtský mier (1713-1715)
Vrede van Utrecht (1713-1715)
Yutorehito jōyaku (1713-1715)
Special notePrevious to AACR2 also represented by the subject heading: Utrecht, Treaty of, 1713.
Found inFäsi, J.K. Abhandlungen über die Geschichte des Friedensschlusses zu Utrecht ... 1790.
The culture of contention, c1997: p. 11 (Peace of Utrecht)
Wikipedia, Nov. 30, 2007 (The Treaty of Utrecht that established the Peace of Utrecht, rather than a single document, comprised a series of individual peace treaties signed in the Dutch city of Utrecht in March and April 1713; the treaties were concluded between the representatives of Louis XIV of France and Philip V of Spain on the one hand, and representatives of Queen Anne of Great Britain, the Duke of Savoy, and the United Provinces on the other; other language articles give title as: Friede von Utrecht; Tractat d'Utrecht; Traités d'Utrecht; Tratado de Utrecht; Traktato de Utrecht; Trattato di Utrecht; Yutorehito jōyaku; Utrechto sutartis; Perjanjian Utrecht; Vrede van Utrecht (1713); Pokój utrechcki 1713; Utrechtský mier; Freden i Utrecht; Sporazum u Utrehtu)
Encyc. Britannica online, May 19, 2008 (treaties of Utrecht, also called Peace of Utrecht (Apr. 1713-Sept. 1714), a series of treaties between France and other European powers (Apr. 11, 1713 to Sept. 7, 1714) and another series between Spain and other powers (July 13, 1713 to June 26, 1714), concluding the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14))
The Treaties of Utrecht (1713), via WWW, May 19, 2008 (The Treaties of Utrecht, signed in 1713, put an end to the War of Spanish Succession (1701-13); treaties of 1713-14)
   <> site, May 19, 2008 (Utrecht, Peace of; series of treaties that concluded the War of the Spanish Succession; between 1713-1715)
Catalogue Bn-Opale plus, via WWW, May 19, 2008 (Traités d'Utrecht (1713-1715); besides the treaty signed at Utrecht on 11 Apr. 1713 are the treaties of Rastatt (6 Mar. 1714), Baden (7 Sept. 1714), and Anvers (15 Nov. 1715), which are grouped together under the name Traités d'Utrecht)
The compleat history of the treaty of Utrecht, 1715 v. 2, p. 118 (concluded at Utrecht the 31/11 day of March/April, 1713 [on source "31" appears on line above "11" and "March" is printed above "April"])
Gardiner, S. A student's history of England from the earliest times to the death of Queen Victoria, 1907 p. 696 (treaty signed at Utrecht on March 31, 1713)
Wikipedia, 20 Jan. 2022 (Peace of Utrecht; series of peace treaties signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession, in the Dutch city of Utrecht between April 1713 and February 1715)