The Treaty of New Oxford was signed to formalize the end of the Third Arcadian War and the end of the rebellion of the Arcadian remnant states.
The Arcadian remnant state will renounce any connection with Arcadia or any unification, instead being split into the Republics of New Cambridgeshire and New Oxford.
The islands of Cape Breton and Prince Edward Island will be annexed by Algonquia. A further portion of land, to be determined by the government of Algonquia, will be occupied, to ensure obedience to this treaty, for the next twenty years, after which a plebiscite will be held to determine its future.
The navies and all military equipment of these republics will be surrendered to Algonquia.
Both of these new states will consult the governments of Algonquia and Reme before signing alliances or starting wars with any foreign countries.
Both will maintain militaries of 7,000, and no larger, with a navy of ten ships maximum. All weapons and equipment will be purchased from Algonquia at full price.
Both republics shall pay for the relocation of the Arcadian population in the annexed territories.
Both shall sign permanent alliances with the Algonquian and Reman governments, subject to the revision of those governments.
Both shall accept Algonquian and Reman garrisons in their major cities, which shall have full control over the treasuries of both countries.
The native populations of these republics will be given full self-government and their natural rights shall not be infringed.
Both republics will aid Algonquia and/or Reme in the event of a war.
Algonquia may place the republics under the protection of a foreign country (e.g. Reme) at its discretion, after which this treaty will be null and void.