Englische anonyme Übersetzung des IPM (1710)|
A General Collection Of Treatys, Declarations of War, Manifestos, and other Publick Papers, Relating to Peace and War, Among the Potentates of Europe, from 1648 to the present Time. Vol. [I]. London: J. Darby für Andrew Bell, E. Sanger 1710 (7: 8° J. gent. 136i), 15-19.
§§ 48 - 60 IPM
[§ 48 IPM = Art. XV,1 IPO]
L. Touching the Affair of Hesse Cassel, it has been agreed as follows:
In the first place, The House of Hesse Cassel, and all its Princes, chiefly Madam Emelie Elizabeth Landgravine of Hesse, and her Son Monsieur William and his Heirs, his Ministers, Officers, Vassals, Subjects, Soldiers and others who follow his Service in any manner soever, without any Exception, notwithstanding Contracts to the contrary, Processes, Proscriptions, Declarations, Sentences, Executions and Transactions; as also notwithstanding any Actions and Pretentions for Damages and Injurys as well from Neutrals, as from those who were in Arms, annul'd by the General Amnesty here before establish'd, and to take place from the beginning of the War in Bohemia, with a full Restitution (except the Vassals, and Hereditary Subjects of His Imperial Majesty, and the House of Austria, as is laid down in the Paragraph, Tandem omnes, &c.) shall partake of all the Advantages redounding from this Peace, with the same Rights other States enjoy, as is set forth in the Article which commences, Unanimi, &c.
|[§ 49 IPM = Art. XV,2 IPO] LI. In the second place, the House of Hesse Cassel, and its Successors, shall retain, and for this purpose shall demand at any time, and when it shall be expir'd, the Investiture of his Imperial Majesty, and shall take the Oath of Fidelity for the Abby of Hi[r]sfeld, with all its Dependencys, as well Secular as Ecclesiastical, situated within or without his Territorys (as the Deanary of Gellingen) saving nevertheless the Rights possess'd by the House of Saxony, time out of mind.|
|[§ 50 IPM = Art. XV,3 IPO] LII. In the third place, the Right of a direct Signiory over the Jurisdictions and Bayliwick of Schaumburg, Buckenburg, Saxenhagen, and Stattenhagen, given heretofore and adjudged to the Bishoprick of Mindan, shall for the future belong unto Monsieur William, the present Landgrave of Hesse, and his Successors in full Possession, and forever, so as that the said Bishop, and no other shall be capable of molesting him; saving nevertheless the Agreement made between Christian Lewis, Duke of Brunswick and Lunenburg, and the Landgravine of Hesse, and Philip Count of Lippe, as also the Agreement made between the said Landgravine, and the said Count.|
|[§ 51 IPM = Art. XV,4 IPO] LIII. It has been further agreed, That for the Restitution of Places possess'd during this War, and for the Indemnity of Madam, the Landgravine of Hesse, who is the Guardian, the Sum of Six Hundred Thousand Rixdollars shall be given to her and her Son, or his Successors Princes of Hesse, to be had from the Arch-bishopricks of Mayence and Cologne, from the Bishopricks of Paderborn and Munster, and the Abby of Fulden; which Sum shall be paid at Cassel in the term of eight Months, to reckon from the Day of the Ratification of the Peace, at the peril and charge of the Solvent: and no Exception shall be used to evade this promis'd Payment, on any Pretence; much less shall any Seizure be made of the Sum agreed on.|
|[§ 52 IPM = Art. XV,5 IPO] LIV. And to the end that Madam, the Landgravine, may be so much the more assur'd of the Payment, she shall retain on the Conditions following, Nuys, Cuesfeldt, and Newhaus, and shall keep Garisons in those Places which shall depend on her alone; but with this Limitation, That besides the Officers and other necessary Persons in the Garisons, those of the three above nam'd Places shall not exceed the number of Twelve Hundred Foot, and a Hundred Horse; leaving to Madam, the Landgravine, the Disposition of the number of Horse and Foot she shall be pleas'd to put in each of these Places, and whom she will constitute Governor.|
|[§ 53 IPM = Art. XV,6 IPO] LV. The Garisons shall be maintain'd according to the Order, which has been hitherto usually practis'd, for the Maintenance of the Hessian Soldiers and Officers; and the things necessary for the keeping of the Forts shall be furnish'd by the Arch- bishopricks and Bishopricks, in which the said Fortresses are situated, without any Diminution of the Sum above-mention'd. It shall be allow'd the Garisons, to exact the Mony of those who shall retard Payment too long, or who shall be refractory; but not any more than what is due: The Rights of Superiority and Jurisdiction, as well Ecclesiastical as Secular, and the Revenues of the said Castles and Towns, shall remain in the Arch-bishop of Cologne.|
[§§ 54-55 IPM = Art. XV,7-9 IPO]
LVI. As soon as after the Ratification of Peace Three Hundred Thousand Rixdollars
shall be paid to Madam, the Landgravine, she shall give up Nuys, and shall only
retain Cuesfeldt and Newhaus; but yet so as that the Garison of Nuys shall not be
thrown into the other two Places, nor nothing demanded on that account; and the
Garisons of Cuesfeldt shall not exceed the number of Six Hundred Foot and Fifty
Horse. That if within the term of nine Months, the whole Sum be not paid to Madam
the Landgravine, not only Cuesfeldt and Newhaus shall remain in her Hands till the
full Payment, but also for the remainder, she shall be paid Interest at Five per Cent.
and the Treasurers and Collectors of the Bayliwicks appertaining to the abovesaid
Arch-bishopricks, Bishopricks and Abby, bordering on the Principality of Hesse,
shall oblige themselves by Oath to Madam the Landgravine, that out of the annual
Revenues, they shall yearly pay the Interest of the remaining Sum, notwithstanding
the Prohibitions of their Masters.
If the Treasurers and Collectors delay the Payment, or alienate the Revenues, Madam the Landgravine shall have liberty to constrain them to pay, by all sorts of means, always saving the Right of the Lord Proprietor of the Territory. LVII. But as soon as Madam the Landgravine has receiv'd the full Sum, with all the Interest, she shall surrender the said Places which she retain'd for her Security; the Payments shall cease, and the Treasurers and Collectors, of which mention has been made, shall be freed from their Oath:
As for the Bayliwicks, the Revenues of which shall be assign'd for the Payment of the Sums, that shall be adjusted before the Ratification of the Peace; and that Convention shall be of no less Force than this present Treaty of Peace.
|[§ 56 IPM = Art. XV,10-11 IPO] LVIII. Besides the Places of Surety, which shall be left, as aforesaid, to Madam the Landgravine, which she shall restore after the Payment, she shall restore, after the Ratification of the Peace, all the Provinces and Bishopricks, as also all their Citys, Bayliwicks, Boroughs, Fortresses, Forts; and in one word, all immovable Goods, and all Rights seiz'd by her during this War. So, nevertheless, that as well in the three Places she shall retain as Cautionary, as the others to be restor'd, the said Lady Landgravine not only shall cause to be convey'd away all the Provisions and Ammunitions of War she has put therein (for as to those she has not sent thither, and what was found there at the taking of them, and are there still, they shall continue;) but also the Fortifications and Ramparts, rais'd during the Possession of the Places, shall be destroy'd and demolish'd as much as possible, without exposing the Towns, Boroughs, Castles and Fortresses, to Invasions and Robberys.|
|[§ 57 IPM ± Art. XV,12 IPO] LIX. And tho Madam the Landgravine has only demanded Restitution and Reparation of the Arch-bishopricks of Mayence, Cologne, Paderborn, Munster, and the Abby of Fulden; and has not insisted that any besides should contribute any thing for this purpose: nevertheless the Assembly have thought fit, according to the Equity and Circumstances of Affairs, that without prejudice to the Contents of the preceding Paragraph, which begins, Conventum praeterea est, &c. It has been further agreed, &c. the other States also on this and the other side the Rhine, and who since the first of March, of this present Year, have paid Contributions to the Hessians, shall bear their Proportion pro Rata of their preceding Contributions, to make up the said Sum with the Arch-bishopricks, Bishopricks and Abby above- named, and forward the Payments of the Garisons of the Cautionary Towns. If any has suffer'd Damage by the delay of others, who are to pay their share, the Officers or Soldiers of His Imperial Majesty, of the Most Christian King, and of the Landgravine of Hesse, shall not hinder the forcing of those who have been tardy; and the Hessian Soldiers shall not pretend to except any from this Constraint, to the prejudice of this Declaration, but those who have duly paid their Proportion, shall thereby be freed from all Charges.|
|[§ 58 IPM = Art. XV,13 IPO] LX. As to the Differences arisen between the Houses of Hesse Cassel, and of Darmstad, touching the Succession of Marburg; since they have been adjusted at Cassel, the 14th of April, the preceding Year, by the mutual Consent of the Interested Partys, it has been thought good, that that Transaction, with all its Clauses, as concluded and sign'd at Cassel by both Partys, should be intimated to this Assembly; and that by virtue of this present Treaty, it shall be of the same force, as if inserted word by word: and the same shall never be infring'd by the Partys, nor any other whatsoever, under any pretence, either by Contract, Oath, or otherways, but ought to be most exactly kept by all, tho perhaps some of the Partys concern'd may refuse to confirm it.|
|[§ 59 IPM = Art. XV,14 IPO] LXI. As also the Transaction between the Deceas'd Monsieur William, Landgrave of Hesse, and Messieurs Christian and Wolrad, Counts of Waldeck, made the 11th of Apr[.] 1635. and ratify'd by Monsieur George, Landgrave of Hesse, the 14th of April 1648. shall no less obtain a full and perpetual force by virtue of this Pacification, and shall no less bind all the Princes of Hesse, and all the Counts of Waldeck.|
|[§ 60 IPM = Art. XV,15 IPO] LXII. That the Birth-right introduc'd in the House of Hesse Cassel, and in that of Darmstadt, and confirm'd by His Imperial Majesty, shall continue and be kept firm and inviolable.|
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