The definitive treaty of peace and friendship, between His Britannick Majesty, the Most Christian King, and the King of Spain : concluded at Paris, the 10th day of February, 1763, to which, the King of Portugal acceded on the same day...
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Orange silk ribbon printed in silver with "SAINT NICHOLAS/ SOCIETY/ 1835./ OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK/ COLUMBIAN CELEBRATION/ NAVAL REVIEW./ APRIL 27-1893." New York state seal at center.
The Saint Nicholas Society was established in 1835 by Washington Irving, to promote the preservation of the remembrace of the first Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam. Saint Nicholas was the patron saint of the Dutch. The society met for a grand ceremonial banquet once a year in December. This ribbon commemorates the 401st anniversary celebration of Columbus's discovery of America.
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