Bourbon Family Compact


Bourbon Family Compact

: "This should not be confused with the historical Family Compact of Upper Canada"A series of 18th century alliances between France, Spain and the Two Sicilies known as the Bourbon Family Compact or just the Family Compact ("pactes de familles" in French), because the kingdoms were all ruled by members of the House of Bourbon.

Treaties

# Treaty of the Escorial (7 November 1733), on the War of the Polish Succession
# Treaty of Fontainebleau (25 October 1743), on the War of the Austrian Succession
# Treaty of Paris (15 August 1761), on the Seven Years' War

References

* [http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/pacte1761.htm The Pacte de Famille of 1761]
* [http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/F/FamC1oF1r.asp Family Compact]


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