England and Holland sign a treaty to regulate the trade in Asia
between the English and Dutch East India Companies. This rules that
any disputes which cannot be settled by the Council in India or the
companies in London and Amsterdam are to be referred to the King of
England and the States-General.
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Editors. "Treaty between England and Holland regulates trade in the East". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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