Peace with France

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Historical Context Note

Terms of peace agreed in London; peace concluded with Treaty of Amiens signed on March 27, 1802 whereby Britain to restore all maritime conquests, except Trinidad and Ceylon, to France, Spain and Holland; France agrees to evacuate Naples; the integrity of Portugal is recognised; the independence of the Ionian Islands is agreed upon; both French and English armies are to evacuate Egypt which is to be restored to Turkey, and Malta is to be restored to the Knights by Britain.

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Editors. "Peace with France". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 28 February 2008
[, accessed 30 September 2016.]

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  1. French Revolution and French Revolutionary Wars: 1789-1802