France, Spain and Britain sign a peace agreement at Fontainebleau.
Under its terms, Britain secures Canada, Nova Scotia,Cape Breton,
St. Vincent, Tobago, Dominica, Grenada, Senegal and Minorca from
France, and Florida from Spain. In return, France regains
Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Lucia and Goree and is guaranteed
fishing rights off Newfoundland. The French settlements in India
are restored, but on the condition that no fortifications are to be
built there. Spain acquires Louisiana from France, exchanges
Florida for Havana and recovers Manila and the Philippines; France
retains New Orleans. These terms are confirmed by the Peace of
Paris, which is signed on 10th February the following year.
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Editors. "Peace preliminaries of Fontainebleau between France, Spain and Britain". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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