The agreement between France and Great Britain, signed in 1763, which ended the Seven Years War and gave all of North America to Great Britain, except New Orleans and the small islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon.
signed in 1898 after the American-Spanish War, ceding Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Guam to the USA, and ceding Cuba to USMG. For several years, these largely differing treaty cessions were officially left in a political limbo without any clearly specified political status or civil rights by the fact of their cession. Their final political status was later determined (or clarified) in the Insular Cases of the early 1900's, but outcomes of each cession were very different. Regardless, each cession was still endowed with basic civil rights until their final status was determined or were more permanently situated within the doctrine of unincorporated territory. The Taiwan cession is most reminiscent of the Cuban cession of under the US - Spain Peace Treaty for the purposes of Insular Law and the Laws of War.
The document which was signed ending a four-year war between England and France in the mid-1700s. The Treaty of Paris gave Britain responsibility for all the territories of New France, which included the lands we now know as Ontario and Quebec.
In the Treaty of Paris of 1783, England recognized the independence of the thirteen rebellious colonies in North America, thus formally ending the War of the American Revolution. England also relinquished land claims east of the Mississippi River and south of the Great Lakes.
The Treaty of Paris, often called the Peace of Paris, or the Treaty of 1763, was signed on February 10, 1763, by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement. Together with the Treaty of Hubertusburg, it ended the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War. The treaties marked the beginning of an extensive period of British dominance outside of Europe.
The Treaty of Paris of 1783, signed on September 3 1783, and ratified by the Congress of the Confederation on January 14 1784, formally ended the American Revolutionary War between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the United States of America that had rebelled against British rule in 1776.
The 1814 Treaty of Paris, signed on May 30, 1814, ended the war between France and the Sixth Coalition of the United Kingdom, Russia, Austria, Sweden and Prussia. It also enforced the abdication of Napoleon I. France's borders were restored to those of 1792 but there was little punitive action against France, except that the Seychelles were ceded to the United Kingdom.
The Treaty of Paris of 1898, signed on December 10, 1898, ended the Spanish-American War. The Treaty of Paris provided that Cuba would become an independent country, and the United States acquired Puerto Rico and Guam and agreed to pay Spain twenty million dollars for the Philippines. The controversial treaty was the subject of debate in the US Senate during the winter of 1898-1899, and it was approved on February 6, 1899 by a one-vote margin of 57 to 27 (the Senate must approve treaties with a two-thirds majority), with only 2 Republicans opposed: George Frisbie Hoar of Massachusetts and Eugene Pryor Hale of Maine.
The Treaty of Paris, signed on 18 April, 1951 between Belgium, France, West Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands established the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), which subsequently became part of the European Union. The treaty expired on 23 July, 2002, exactly fifty years after it came into effect.
The Treaty of Paris of 1856 settled the Crimean War between Russia and an alliance of the Ottoman Empire, Piedmont, France, and the United Kingdom. The treaty, signed on March 30 1856, made the Black Sea neutral territory, closing it to all warships, and prohibiting fortifications and the presence of armaments on its shores. The treaty marked a severe setback to Russian influence in the region.
The Treaty of Paris was signed on April 12, 1229 between Raymond VII of Toulouse and Louis IX of France. The agreement officially ended the Albigensian Crusade in which Raymond conceded defeat to Louis IX. Based on the terms of the treay, Raymond's daughter was to be married to Louis' brother.
The Treaty of Paris was signed on May 20, 1303 at the town of Glascony between Philip IV of France and Edward I of England. Based on the terms of the treaty, Gascony was restored to England from France during the Hundred Years' War. Moreover, Philip's daughter was arranged to marry Edward's son (Edward II of England).
The Treaty of Paris was signed in 1355 between the Count of Savoy and the Count of Genevoy. Based on the terms of the treaty, the annexation of the Barony of Gex by the county of Savoy was recognized. Moreover, the territory of Valtelline was forced to limit its border with the county of Burgundy.
The Treaty of Paris was signed in February of 1623 between France, Savoy, and Venice. All three signatories agreed to re-establish the territory of Valtelline by attempting to remove Spanish forces stationed there.
The Treaty of Paris was signed in March of 1657 between the governments of England and France. Based on the terms of the accord, both signatories agreed to establish a military alliance against Spain. Moreover, both parties agreed to focus their efforts in conquering Dunkirk, Gravelines, and Mardyk.