Parties in the TreatyEdit
- The Kingdom of France (King Ben Squidskull)
- The Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland (King George II, Lord Newcastle)
This document is to officially determine the status of the Kingdom of France as a formal Protected State the Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland. As a result of the treaty, the territory of France including its overseas territories have been formally established as a territory under King Ben Squidskull which enjoys His Britannic Majesty's protection, over whose foreign and domestic affairs will be formally placed under the trust of His Majesty's Government with Lord Newcastle serving as Chief Minister. Anything in regards to France by the British Government must first gain the approval of His Majesty, King Ben Squidskull, Lord Newcastle, and His Majesty, King George. Britain's parliament may not have any say in the governing of France, nor may they alter this treaty. Only one of the three individual, His Majesty, King Ben Squidskull, Lord Newcastle, and His Majesty, King George may alter this treaty.
The main participants in the treaty were the George the Second, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Archtreasurer and Prince-Elector of the Holy Roman Empire, Prime Minister of Great Britain, His Grace The Lord Newcastle, and His Most high, most potent and most excellent King Ben Squidskull, by the Grace of God, King of France and of Navarre.