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Peace on the Islands

 
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To all that it may concern, there is peace at last!
Citation:
The Pan Anglo Treaty of 1462

It is in the interests of freedom, security, and commerce of all peoples of Ireland, and Scotland, and England, to dwell in peace and commit their lives and passions to matters of a peaceful nature without needful concern of their neighbors taking actions of a military nature against them. Therefore it is decided and resolved by these authorized signatories to declare the following terms of an accord which shall effect a lasting peace throughout the region.

1- No armies from England or carrying England Counties' sanction shall set foot on any territory within Ireland or Scotland, without the express approval of the host county's Duke and/or Captain and County Council as well as the Celtic Alliance council. No armies from or carrying the sanction of Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht, Glasgow or Galloway counties shall set foot on the territory of England without the express written approval, signed and sealed of the Monarch of England and the four Counts/essess of England.

2- The signing of this treaty revokes any opposing decrees issued in the past from any of the involved parties. Any and all deeds, actions, or comments made prior to the signing of this treaty, by any citizen of any of the signatory parties, will be considered pardoned and forgotten by the opposing party/ies, to allow all sides to move forward in peace. Additionally all sides agree to forgive any and all citizens of the county of Galloway for any action or infractions they may have committed while serving in the the armies of either side in the course of this war.

3- Any individuals from either side breaching the peace, through piracy or military force, must be dealt with by their government/ organization in terms satisfactory to both parties.
In the event of a breach of the peace by private individual(s) and/or organisation(s), it is expected that both parties to this agreement would fully co-operate in swift disciplinary or aggressive response.

4- England and the counties of Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow agree to respect the naval vessels of each other, and not fire on their ships, provided their laws are not breached, their respective sovereign and shared waters are respected and directions from their navies are followed. Further, England shall not blockade any part of Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow counties. Also Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow counties shall not blockade any English port or any part of the English coastline.

5- Neither party's warships (Genovese Warship, Battle Cog, or Battle Carrack) may enter the naval territory of the other party without prior permission. Permission can be granted to English Warships to enter the waters of Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht or Glasgow by the Duke of the respective county and a majority approving vote, as specified in the charter, of the Celtic Alliance council. Permission can be granted to Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow’s Warships to enter English waters by the English Monarch, the Lord High Admiral of England, or by Counts or Countesses of the counties whose waters are being traveled through.
Warships of both parties can sail freely through the shared waters between England and Ireland. They will keep the other party informed when firing at a pirate ship in those waters. The signatory parties' warships are the only warships allowed within the shared waters, unless joint approval is given from all parties. None of the signatory parties will group with unapproved warships, and ships and navies belonging to the signatory parties have the right to defend themselves and aid each other against such unapproved warships.
    When sailing near the coast of Galloway, close to the English coast and/or port, Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow warships shall remain at least 1 nautical square from the Egremont port and England's coastline and must notify the Count/ess or Admiral of Westmorland in advance (at least a day if not more in advance) of entry into waters within 3 nautical squares of the English coast and/or port.

    In the interests of being able to sail through the Strait of Dover safely, Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow warships may pass through English Waters in the straits so long as they do not enter the Dover port node, but must do so in a timely manner and will notify the Count/ess of Sussex in advance (at least a day if not more in advance) that they are passing through.

    Both territories and shared waters (within the Irish sea only) are demonstrated in details in the map attached to the agreement.


6- A Pirate ship is defined as any that fires on a ship of Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht, Glasgow or the Kingdom of England without a Declaration of War after the time of the signing of this Treaty. None of those parties will allow pirate ships to dock in their ports, nor will either party sail in coordination with pirates as reported by the opposing party. If an act of piracy is committed, the victim of the act will immediately inform the other party. A ship's status as a pirate can only be removed by the offended party.

7- For a duration of four months from the date of signing this treaty, all signatory parties' warships will pass through the shared waters at a rate of three warships maximum at any given time, and will move through with all due speed, not lingering in one naval square more than 3 naval rounds, except in the case of bad winds, which the captain must provide evidence of, including the names of each warship sitting idle, a picture of the winds, a statement of the direction being traveled, and the failed moves, which must be given to the other party before the end of the fourth round of failing to move. The other party may then grant leave to continue into the bad winds, or request that the idle ships move back out of the shared waters, where they can wait for better winds. If during that time any infractions of the treaty take place within shared waters a period of two months penalty will be added to those four months, for each such infraction. After the safe passing of the four months, or the extended period if any infractions occur, all parties are free to pass whatever number of ships, at whatever speed of travel, they wish through those shared waters.

8- For everyone's security and convenience merchant ships (Barge, Failed Hulk, Carrack, Cog, or Genovese Ship) are also expected to plan and communicate their travels before they make them, but it is not an act of war if they do not. England and Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht and Glasgow have the right to determine who they want to dock in their own ports and sail in their own waters with the exception of the straits of Dover and Galloway where they will act in accordance with aforementioned methods. If a merchant ship enters any of the parties’ waters and the party does not want them there that party will give them an opportunity to leave, provided they have not been warned in the past that they are not welcome in that party's waters. Once a ship or captain is warned, they may not return to that party's waters without express permission from the Duke of that county. If an unwanted ship/captain does not provide a satisfactory explanation, leave within a minimum of two naval rounds, except in the case of bad winds, which the captain must provide evidence of, including a picture of the winds, a statement of the direction being traveled, and the failed moves, which must be given before the end of the third round of failing to move, or if they continue moving towards the party's coast, the party with jurisdiction over those waters may forcibly remove the offending ship and will notify the other party's leadership of the intended action. In the case of bad winds, the party who owns the waters can decide if the winds are bad enough to justify the delay, and if not they may take whatever action their navy deems appropriate, with proper notice to the other party's leadership.

9- If one party declares war on an ally of the other party, the other party shall reserve the right to remain neutral in the conflict. If neutrality is chosen, it shall include not joining armies from either side, not docking warships of either side, and not providing free or low-priced supplies, cash or loans. The declaring party shall inform the other party of its declaration via the respective embassies. The other party shall inform the declaring party of its stance.

10- In the event that neutrality is not chosen, Kingdom of England forces will not wage war for an ally in Irish or Scottish sovereign territory or waters (including the shared waters); Laighean, Cuige Chonnacht, or Glasgow forces will not wage war in English sovereign territory or waters (including the shared waters).

Naval Maps:





Legend:
The green line denotes the dividing line between the waters of Ireland/Scotland and England/International waters.
The Shared Waters are shown in shaded dark blue, with the English boundary shown in yellow. These waters are subject to the specific terms as laid out in the Treaty text.

Signed on the 22nd day of May, in the year of our lord 1462

Signed on behalf of the Kingdom of England:



HRM King Rothgar Thorsson Kerr
King of England


Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales




Robin Ballard
Royal Chancellor of England


Mickael Mackenzie, Count of Sussex


Arkrantos, Count of Devon



Harold Uriel Morstede, Count of Mercia


Aggnes, Countess of Westmorland


Signed on behalf of the counties of Glasgow, Laighean, and Cuige Chonnacht:

Showgirl, Duchess of Laighean

Spring., Chancellor of Laighean

WhiteSnow, Duke of Glasgow and Leader of Fury

Jaqk Piratus Silenus, Duke of Cuige Chonnacht

Anto Petrarca, Negotiator for Cuige Chonnacht and NNGO Boss

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