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), 31-35.
§§ 98 - 110 IPM
|[§ 98(1) IPM = Art. XVI,1 IPO, § 98(2) IPM # IPO] CIV. As soon as the Treaty of Peace shall be sign'd and seal'd by the Plenipotentiarys and Ambassadors, all Hostilitys shall cease, and all Partys shall study immediately to put in execution what has been agreed to; and that the same may be the better and quicker accomplish'd, the Peace shall be solemnly publish'd the day after the signing thereof in the usual form at the Cross of the Citys of Munster and of Osnabrug. That when it shall be known that the signing has been made in these two Places, divers Couriers shall presently be sent to the Generals of the Armys, to acquaint them that the Peace is concluded, and take care that the Generals chuse a Day, on which shall be made on all sides a Cessation of Arms and Hostilitys for the publishing of the Peace in the Army; and that command be given to all and each of the chief Officers Military and Civil, and to the Governors of Fortresses, to abstain for the future from all Acts of Hostility: and if it happen that any thing be attempted, or actually innovated after the said Publication, the same shall be forthwith repair'd, and restor'd to its former State.|
|[§ 99 IPM ~ Art. XVI,20 IPO] CV. The Plenipotentiarys on all sides shall agree among themselves, between the Conclusion and the Ratification of the Peace, upon the Ways, Time, and Securitys which are to be taken for the Restitution of Places, and for the Disbanding of Troops; so that both Partys may be assur'd, that all things agreed to shall be sincerely accomplish'd.|
[§ 100 IPM = Art. XVI,2 IPO]
CVI. The Emperor above all things shall publish an Edict throughout the Empire,
and strictly enjoin all, who by these Articles of Pacification are oblig'd to restore or
do any thing else, to obey it promptly and without tergiversation, between the
signing and the ratifying of this present Treaty; commanding as well the Directors as
Governors of the Militia of the Circles, to hasten and finish the Restitution to be
made to every one, in conformity to those Conventions, when the same are
This Clause is to be inserted also in the Edicts, That whereas the Directors of the Circle, or the Governors of the Militia of the Circles, in matters that concern themselves, are esteem'd less capable of executing this Affair in this or the like case; and likewise if the Directors and Governors of the Militia of the Circles refuse this Commission, the Directors of the neighbouring Circle, or the Governors of the Militia of the Circles shall exercise the Function, and officiate in the execution of these Restitutions in the other Circles, at the instance of the Partys concern'd.
|[§ 101 IPM = Art. XVI,3-4 IPO] CVII. If any of those who are to have something restor'd to them, suppose that the Emperor's Commissarys are necessary to be present at the Execution of some Restitution (which is left to their Choice) they shall have them. In which case, that the Effect of the things agreed on may be the less hinder'd, it shall be permitted as well to those who restore, as to those to whom Restitution is to be made, to nominate two or three Commissarys immediately after the signing of the Peace, of whom his Imperial Majesty shall chuse two, one of each Religion, and one of each Party, whom he shall injoin to accomplish without delay all that which ought to be done by virtue of his present Treaty. If the Restorers have neglected to nominate Commissioners, his Imperial Majesty shall chuse one or two as he shall think fit (observing, nevertheless, in all cases the difference of Religion, that an equal number be put on each side) from among those whom the Party, to which somewhat is to be restor'd, shall have nominated, to whom he shall commit the Commission of executing it, notwithstanding all Exceptions made to the contrary; and for those who pretend to Restitutions, they are to intimate to the Restorers the Tenour of these Articles immediately after the Conclusion of the Peace.|
|[§ 102 IPM = Art. XVI,5 IPO] CVIII. Finally, That all and every one either States, Commonaltys, or private Men, either Ecclesiastical or Secular, who by virtue of this Transaction and its general Articles, or by the express and special Disposition of any of them, are oblig'd to restore, transfer, give, do or execute any thing, shall be bound forthwith after the Publication of the Emperor's Edicts, and after Notification given, to restore, transfer, give, do or execute the same, without any Delay or Exception, or evading Clause either general or particular, contain'd in the precedent Amnesty, and without any Exception and Fraud as to what they are oblig'd unto.|
|[§ 103 IPM = Art. XVI,6 IPO] CIX. That none, either Officer or Soldier in Garisons, or any other whatsoever, shall oppose the Execution of the Directors and Governors of the Militia of the Circles or Commissarys, but they shall rather promote the Execution; and the said Executors shall be permitted to use Force against such as shall endeavour to obstruct the Execution in what manner soever.|
|[§ 104 IPM = Art. XVI,7 IPO] CX. Moreover, all Prisoners on the one side and the other, without any distinction of the Gown or the Sword, shall be releas'd after the manner it has been convenanted, or shall be agreed between the Generals of the Armys, with his Imperial Majesty's Approbation.|
|[§ 105 IPM ± Art. XVI,13 IPO] CXI. The Restitution being made pursuant to the Articles of Amnesty and Grievances, the Prisoners being releas'd, all the Soldiery of the Garisons, as well the Emperor's and his Allys, as the most Christian King's, and of the Landgrave of Hesse, and their Allys and Adherents, or by whom they may have been put in, shall be drawn out at the same time, without any Damage, Exception or Delay, of the Citys of the Empire, and all other Places which are to be restor'd.|
[§ 106(1) IPM ± Art. XVI,14(1) IPO, § 106(2) IPM # IPO]
CXII. That the very Places, Citys, Towns, Boroughs, Villages, Castles, Fortresses and
Forts which have been possess'd and retain'd as well in the Kingdom of Bohemia,
and other Countrys of the Empire and Hereditary Dominions of the House of
Austria, as in the other Circles of the Empire, by one or the other Army, or have been
surrender'd by Composition; shall be restor'd without delay to their former and
lawful Possessors and Lords, whether they be mediately or immediately States of the
Empire, Ecclesiastical or Secular, comprehending therein also the free Nobility of the
Empire: and they shall be left at their own free disposal, either according to Right
and Custom, or according to the Force this present Treaty ought to have,
notwithstanding all Donations, Infeoffments, Concessions (except they have been
made by the free will of some State) Bonds for redeeming of Prisoners, or to prevent
Burnings and Pillages, or such other like Titles acquir'd to the prejudice of the
former and lawful Masters and Possessors. Let also all Contracts and Bargains, and
all Exceptions contrary to the said Restitution cease, all which are to be esteem'd
void; saving nevertheless such things as have been otherwise agreed on in the
precedent Articles touching the Satisfaction to be made to his most Christian
Majesty, as also some Concessions and equivalent Compensations granted to the
Electors and Princes of the Empire.
That neither the Mention of the Catholick King, nor the Quality of the Duke of Lorain given to Duke Charles in the Treaty between the Emperor and Swedeland, and much less the Title of Landgrave of Alsace, given to the Emperor, shall be any prejudice to the most Christian King. That also which has been agreed touching the Satisfaction to be made to the Swedish Troops, shall have no effect in respect to his Majesty.
|[§ 107 IPM ± Art. XVI,14(2) IPO] CXIII. And that this Restitution of possess'd Places, as well by his Imperial Majesty as the most Christian King, and the Allys and Adherents of the one and the other Party, shall be reciprocally and bona fide executed.|
[§ 108 IPM = Art. XVI,15-16 IPO]
CXIV. That the Records, Writings and Documents, and other Movables, be also
restor'd; as likewise the Cannon found at the taking of the Places, and which are still
in being. But they shall be allow'd to carry off with them, and cause to be carry'd off,
such as have been brought thither from other parts after the taking of the Places, or
have been taken in Battels, with all the Carriages of War, and what belongs
CXV. That the Inhabitants of each Place shall be oblig'd, when the Soldiers and Garisons draw out, to furnish them without Mony the necessary Waggons, Horses, Boats and Provisions, to carry off all things to the appointed Places in the Empire; which Waggons, Horses and Boats, the Governors of the Garisons and the Captains of the withdrawing Soldiers shall restore without any Fraud or Deceit. The Inhabitants of the States shall free and relieve each other of this trouble of carrying the things from one Territory to the other, until they arrive at the appointed Place in the Empire; and the Governors or other Officers shall not be allow'd to bring with him or them the lent Waggons, Horses and Boats, nor any other thing they are accommodated with, out of the limits they belong unto, much less out of those of the Empire.
[§ 109 IPM = Art. XVI,17-18 IPO]
CXVI. That the Places which have been restor'd, as well Maritime as Frontiers, or in
the heart of the Country, shall from henceforth and for ever be exempted from all
Garisons, introduc'd during the Wars, and left (without prejudice in other things to
every one's Right) at the full liberty and disposal of their Masters.
CXVII. That it shall not for the future, or at present, prove to the damage and prejudice of any Town, that has been taken and kept by the one or other Party; but that all and every one of them, with their Citizens and Inhabitants, shall enjoy as well the general Benefit of the Amnesty, as the rest of this Pacification. And for the Remainder of their Rights and Privileges, Ecclesiastical and Secular, which they enjoy'd before these Troubles, they shall be maintain'd therein; save, nevertheless, the Rights of Sovereignty, and what depends thereon, for the Lords to whom they belong.
|[§ 110 IPM = Art. XVI,19 IPO] CXVIII. Finally, That the Troops and Armys of all those who are making War in the Empire, shall be disbanded and discharg'd; only each Party shall send to and keep up as many Men in his own Dominion, as he shall judg necessary for his Security.|
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