The People of Gibraltar
1763 - The Treaty of Paris - Utrecht Renewed and Confirmed

The Rock in the 1760s ( Barras de la Penne )

The Seven Years War - known rather more prosaically as the French and Indian War - came to an end in 1763. The spoils were then duly shared albeit heavily in favour of the British when the “Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendship” was signed in Paris that same year by” George III - “his Britannick Majesty - and Charles III king of Spain. The Treaty only mentions Gibraltar once. It is rather ironically included in one of the many titles adopted by the Spanish King.
DON CARLOS, by the grace of God, King of Castile, of Leon, of Aragon, of the two Sicilies, of Jerusalem, of Navarre, of Granada, of Toledo, of Valencia, of Galicia, of Majorca, of Seville, of Sardinia, of Cordova, of Corsica, of Murcia, of Jaen, of the Algarves, of Algeciras, of Gibraltar. of the Canary Islands, of the East and West Indies, Islands and Continent, of the Ocean, Arch Duke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, of Brabant and Milan, Count of Hapsburg, of Flanders, of Tirol and Barcelona, Lord of Biscay and of Molino,

Signing the Treaty of Paris

The Treaty is made up of twenty five articles and three other separate ones - none of which have anything at all to do with Gibraltar except for the second.
II. The treaties of Westphalia of 1648; those of Madrid between the Crowns of Great Britain and Spain of 1661, and 1670; the treaties of peace of Nimeguen of 1678, and 1679; of Ryswick of 1697; those of peace and of commerce of Utrecht of 1713; that of Baden of 1714; the treaty of the triple alliance of the Hague of 1717; that of the quadruple alliance of London of 1718; the treaty of peace of Vienna of 1738; the definitive treaty of Aix la Chapelle of 1748; and that of Madrid, between the Crowns of Great Britain and Spain of 1750: as well as the treaties between the Crowns of Spain and Portugal of the 13th of February, 1668; of the 6th of February, 1715; and of the 12th of February, 1761; and that of the 11th of April, 1713, between France and Portugal with the guaranties of Great Britain, serve as a basis and foundation to the peace, and to the present treaty: 
and for this purpose they are all renewed and confirmed in the best form, as well as all the general, which subsisted between the high contracting parties before the war, as if they were inserted here word for word, so that they are to be exactly observed, for the future, in their whole tenor, and religiously executed on all sides, in all their points, which shall not be derogated from by the present treaty, notwithstanding all that may have been stipulated to the contrary by any of the high contracting parties: and all the said parties declare, that they will not suffer any privilege, favour, or indulgence to subsist, contrary to the treaties above confirmed, except what shall have been agreed and stipulated by the present treaty.
In other words it was an agreement that casually perpetuated yet again - as did the Treaty of Seville (see LINK) - the original badly drafted Treaty of Utrecht that has continued to cause trouble to everybody involved right down to the modern era.

Treaty of Utrecht (See LINK