The First Dutch Barrier Treaty is signed with Britain, whose
position has been negotiated by Townshend. This involved the Dutch
promising to support the Hanoverian Protestant succession in
Britain, while Britain undertook to help the United Provinces
garrison nine fortified places in the Spanish Netherlands, as well
ten others if they regained them from the French.
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Editors. "First Dutch Barrier Treaty is negotiated with Britain". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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