The Treaty of Vienna was signed on November 18, 1738. It ended the War of the Polish Succession. By the terms of the treaty, StanisÅ‚aw LeszczyÅ„ski renounced his claim on the Polish throne and recognized Augustus III, Duke of Saxony.
The Treaty of Vienna was signed on April 30, 1725 between Emperor Charles VI of Austria and King Philip IV of Spain. The treaty guaranteed the Pragmatic Sanction of the Habsburgs, which was first declared in 1713. Based on the terms of the treaty, the Austrian Empire removed all claims to the Spanish throne.
The Treaty of Vienna was first signed on March 16, 1731 by Count Finzendorf and Philip Stanhope of Chesterfield. This treaty verified the existence of the Quadruple Alliance between the Holy Roman Empire, the British Empire, the Spanish Empire, and the Dutch Empire. The Spanish, specifically, signed the treaty on July 22, 1731.
The Treaty of Vienna (; ) was a peace treaty signed on October 30, 1864 in Vienna between the Austrian Empire, the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Kingdom of Denmark. The treaty ended the Second War of Schleswig.
The Treaty of Vienna (also known as the Peace of Vienna) was signed on June 23, 1606 between Stephen Bocskay, a Hungarian noble, and Archduke Matthias. Based on the terms of the treaty, all constitutional and religious rights/privileges were granted to the Hungarians in both Transylvania and Royal Hungary. In Sopron, for instance, the aggreement recognized the autocracy of Hungarian Lutherans.