'Treaties are sacred acts, the execution of which is the highest guarantee of a Nation's honor.' - Napoleon
Convention of Alessandria: Between French and Austrian armies, declaring armistice after Marengo; Preliminary to LunÚville. 15 June 1800.
Convention of Alkmaar: Between French and Allied armies, for the evacuation of Anglo-Russian forces from the Netherlands. 18 October 1799.
Peace of Amiens: Treaty being cessation of hostilities between Britain and France. 27 March 1802.
Treaty of Basel: Peace between France and Prussia. 16 May 1795.
Armistice of Bologna: Between France and the Vatican. 23 June 1796.
Treaty of Bucharest: Peace between Russian and the Ottoman Empire, encouraged by Britain, to free Russia for military action against France. 28 May 1812.
Treaty of Campo Formio: Confirmation of the Peace of Leoben, by which Austria recognized the Cisalpine Republic, surrendered the Austrian Netherlands and received the Republic of Venice. 17 October 1797.
Treaty of Chaumont: Agreement between Britain, Russia, Austria, and Prussia to pursue the war against Napoleon to the end, should he refuse peace on terms that limited France to her 1792 boundaries. 9 March 1814.
Armistice of Cherasco: Peace between France and Piedmont following the latter's defeat. 28 April 1796.
Convention of Cintra: agreement between British and French forces to allow Junot's army to be evacuated from Portugal. 22 August 1808.
The Concordat: Treaty between France and the Papacy normalizing relationships after the break with the Catholic church after the revolution. 15 July 1801; finalized 8 April 1802.
Conference of Dresden: Napoleon's attempt to solidify the support of his allies for the approaching attack on Russia. 17-28 May 1812.
Convention of El Arish: Preliminary peace between the French Army of the Orient and the Ottoman Empire and allies: rejected by Britain. 21 January 1800.
Convention of Erfurt: Agreement between France and Russia, reinforcing the alliance of Tilsit. 12 October 1808.
Treaty of Fontainebleau: Confirmation of Napoleon's abdication. 11 April 1814.
Treaty of Ghent: Ending the War of 1812 between Britain and the USA. 24 December 1814.
Convention of Kalisch: Russo-Prussian alliance. 28 February 1813.
Peace of Leoben: Preliminary peace France and Austria. 18 April 1797.
The Louisiana Purchase: Transfer from French to U.S. ownership of Louisiana territory. 20 December 1803.
Peace of LunÚville: Peace between France and Austria, confirming Campo Formio. 9 February 1801.
Treaty of Madrid: confirming the second Treaty of San Ildefonso, of October 1800. 21 March 1801.
The Northern Convention: Revival of the Armed Neutrality of the North against British blockade of the Baltic, between Russia, Sweden, Denmark, and Prussia, the latter completing the alliance when joining on 18 December 1800.
First Treaty of Paris: Between France and the Allies, restoring the Bourbon monarchy and France's 1792 boundaries. 30 May 1814.
Second Treaty of Paris: Ending the hostilities after Napoleon's final abdication, and reducing France's boundaries to those of 1790. 20 November 1815.
Declaration of Pillnitz: Declaration of Emperor Leopold II and King Frederick William II of Prussia to collaborate with other European sovereigns to restore the power of the French monarchy. 2 August 1792.
Armistice of Pleischwitz: Temporary cessation of hostilities between France and the Allies after Bautzen. 2 June 1813.
Treaty of Posen: Between France and Saxony, the Elector of Saxony becoming King. 10 December 1806.
Treaty of Potsdam: Alliance between Russia and Prussia against France, which Prussia never acted upon and thus did not join the Third Coalition. 3 November 1805.
Treaty of Pressburg: Peace treaty between Napoleon I of France and Holy Roman Emperor Francis II of Austria, signed at Pressburg (now Bratislava, Slovakia) on 26 December 1805. Defeated at Austerlitz, Austria ceded Venetia, Istria, and Dalmatia to Napoleon's kingdom of Italy; acknowledged the elevation of the electors of Bavaria and Wurttemberg to the rank of kings; ceded Tyrol, Vorarlberg, and Augsburg to Bavaria; and yielded the Hapsburg lands in Swabia to Wurttemberg and Baden. Austria was allowed to annex Salzburg, and France acquired Piedmont, Parma, and Piacenza.
The Quadruple Alliance: Between Britain, Austria, Prussia and Russia, to ensure that the terms of the Second Treaty of Paris would be obeyed. 20 November 1815.
Convention of Reichenbach: Between Austria and France in an attempt to prevent the resumption of hostilities after the Armistice of Pleischwitz if Napoleon accepted Austria's terms; he rejected them. 19 July 1813.
Convention of St. Petersburg: Agreement between Russia and Sweden for mutual aid in event of Russo-French or Swedish-Danish conflict. 5-9 April 1812.
First Treaty of San Ildefonso: Alliance between France and Spain. 19 August 1796. ('First Treaty' in this period; treaties had existed with this name as early as 1762.)
Second Treaty of San Ildefonso: Spanish ceding of Louisiana to France. 7 October 1800.
Treaty of Sch÷nbrunn (or Treaty of Vienna): Peace between France and Austria, the latter surrendering much territory and joining the Continental System. 14 October 1809.
Convention of Tauroggen: Bbetween the Prussian contingent of Napoleon's army and Russia, by which the former agreed to be neutral, leading to the entry of Prussia into the 'war of liberation' on the allied side. 30 December 1812.
Treaty of Tilsit: Peace between France and Russia/Prussia, Russia agreeing to join the Continental System and recognize the Duchy of Warsaw, the latter losing much territory and paying a huge indemnity. 7-9 July 1807.
Treaty of Tolentino: Between France and the Vatican, whereby the latter agreed to pay an indemnity to prevent French occupation. 19 February 1797.
Armistice of Treviso: Between France and Austria. 15 January 1801.
Treaty of Troyes: Between Austria, Russia, and Prussia, to determine the conduct of the war. 22 February 1814.
Convention of Ulm: Armistice between Napoleon and Mack's army, preceding the surrender of the Austrian forces. 17 October 1805.
Treaty of Valenšay: Between Napoleon and Ferdinand VII of Spain, intended to disentangle France from the Peninsular War; rejected by the Spanish Council of Regency. 11 December 1813.
Congress of Vienna: Between the Allied powers to settle the affairs of Europe after Napoleon's first abdication; interrupted by the 'Hundred Days' campaign and reconvened after Napoleon's final defeat. First Session, 1 November 1814-9 June 1815.
Armistice of Znaim: Temporary ceasefire agreed between Napoleon and Archduke Charles preceding the Treaty of Sch÷nbrunn. 12 July 1809.