The Treaty of Lisbon of 1859 is a treaty signed between Portugal and the Netherlands on April 20, 1859. The treaty fixed the border between the Portuguese and the Dutch colonies in the Indonesian Archipelago, between Portuguese Timor and the Dutch East Indies. Pedro V of Portugal was represented by António Maria de Fontes Pereira de Melo while William III of the Netherlands was represented by Maurits Jan Heldewier, Chargé d'affaires of the Netherlands.
- Tratado de demarcação e troca de algumas possessões portuguezas e neerlandezas no Archipelago de Solor e Timor entre sua magestade el-rei de Portugal e sua magestade el-rei dos Paizes Baixos assignado em Lisboa pelos respectivos plenipotenciarios aos 20 de abril de 1859, Imprensa Nacional, Lisboa 1861 (French text and Portuguese translation)
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