On the occasion of the eleventh of July in the year of the Lord, seventeen-fifty, an agreement was reached between representatives of the Spanish Syndicate and those of the Swiss Guard. This agreement would layout the foundation for a peace agreement that would seek to aleviate the tensions brought upon by the "June Crisis". This agreement maintained that the Spanish-Swiss Trade Agreement of 1750 would, as now continue to remain both valid and in effect. Furthermore, this opened both the Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of the Swiss to the possibility of future cooperation between the states, should each side maintain their promises made at the time of peace.
The parties to the agreement were: