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The Apodaca–Canning treaty (formally the Treaty of Peace, Friendship, and Alliance, between his Britannic majesty and his Catholic majesty, Ferdinand the 7th) was a treaty between the United Kingdom and Spain signed by Juan Ruiz de Apodaca and George Canning on 14 January 1809.