France 2 Cinema (Firme), : My golden days / Magnolia Pictures and Why Not Production present ; France 2 Cinema ; directed by Arnaud Desplechin ; screenplay and dialogues, Arnaud Desplechin, Julie Peyr ; producer, Pascal Caucheteux.
France. 1662 April 27. : The treaty and alliance between the commissioners of the most Christian King of France and Navarre on one part, and the extraordinary ambassadors of the States General of the United-Provinces of the low-countries on the other : concluded and signed at Paris the 27 April, 1662.
France. 1667-07-31. : Articles of peace and alliance, between the most serene and mighty prince Charles II : by the grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. and the high and mighty Lords the States General of the United Netherlands, concluded the 21/31 day of July, 1667 : published by His Majesties command.
France. 1684 June 29. : Tractaet van conventie over den Treves : gemaeckt ende ghesloten tusschen den Heere Grave van Avaux, Ambassadeur van syne Koninghl. Majesteyt van Vranckrijck, ter eenre, ende de Heeren Gedeputeerden van de Hoog mog. Heeren Staten Generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden, ter andere zyde.
France. 1686. : Copy of the fifth & sixth articles of the Treaty of Neutrality in America, between England and France, in the year 1686. [electronic resource] : Late sent in orders to His Majesty's frigots [sic] attending this government of the province, to be put in execution to effect.
France. 1729-11-29. : The treaty of peace, union, friendship, and mutual defence, between the crowns of Great-Britain, France, and Spain, concluded at Seville on the 9th of November, N.S. 1729.
France. 1729 November 9. : Articles of the Treaty signed at Seville in Spain, between their Catholick and Britannick majesties : with remarks on the said treaty. In a letter from a member of Parliament in London to another at Heddon in Yorkshire. To which is prefixed an advertisement inscribed to the English merchants.
France. 1762-11-03. : Preliminary articles of peace, between His Britannick Majesty, the Most Christian King, and the Catholick King. Signed at Fontainebleau, the 3d day of November, 1762. Published by authority.