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), 35-38.
§§ 111 - 120 IPM
|[§ 111 IPM ± Art. XVII,1 IPO] CXIX. The Ambassadors and Plenipotentiarys of the Emperor, of the King, and the States of the Empire, promise respectively and the one to the other, to cause the Emperor, the most Christian King, the Electors of the Sacred Roman Empire, the Princes and States, to agree and ratify the Peace which has been concluded in this manner, and by general Consent; and so infallibly to order it, that the solemn Acts of Ratification be presented at Munster, and mutually and in good form exchang'd in the term of eight weeks, to reckon from the day of signing.|
|[§ 112 IPM = Art. XVII,2 IPO] CXX. For the greater Firmness of all and every one of these Articles, this present Transaction shall serve for a perpetual Law and establish'd Sanction of the Empire, to be inserted like other fundamental Laws and Constitutions of the Empire in the Acts of the next Diet of the Empire, and the Imperial Capitulation; binding no less the absent than the present, the Ecclesiasticks than Seculars, whether they be the States of the Empire or not: insomuch as that it shall be a prescrib'd Rule, perpetually to be follow'd, as well by the Imperial Counsellors and Off<i>cers, as those of other Lords, and all Judges and Officers of Courts of Justice.|
|[§ 113 IPM = Art. XVII,3 IPO] CXXI. That it never shall be alledg'd, allow'd, or admitted, that any Canonical or Civil Law, any general or particular Decrees of Councils, any Privileges, any Indulgences, any Edicts, any Commissions, Inhibitions, Mandates, Decrees, Rescripts, Suspensions of Law, Judgments pronounc'd at any time, Adjudications, Capitulations of the Emperor, and other Rules and Exceptions of Religious Orders, past or future Protestations, Contradictions, Appeals, Investitures, Transactions, Oaths, Renunciations, Contracts, and much less the Edict of 1629. or the Transaction of Prague, with its Appendixes, or the Concordats with the Popes, or the Interims of the Year 1548. or any other politick Statutes, or Ecclesiastical Decrees, Dispensations, Absolutions, or any other Exceptions, under what pretence or colour they can be invented; shall take place against this Convention, or any of its Clauses and Articles: neither shall any inhibitory or other Processes or Commissions be ever allow'd to the Plaintiff or Defendant.|
|[§ 114 IPM = Art. XVII,4 IPO] CXXII. That he who by his Assistance or Counsel shall contravene this Transaction or Publick Peace, or shall oppose its Execution and the abovesaid Restitution, or who shall have endeavour'd, after the Restitution has been lawfully made, and without exceeding the manner agreed on before, without a lawful Cognizance of the Cause, and without the ordinary Course of Justice, to molest those that have been restor'd, whether Ecclesiasticks or Laymen; he shall incur the Punishment of being an Infringer of the publick Peace, and Sentence given against him according to the Constitutions of the Empire, so that the Restitution and Reparation may have its full effect.|
|[§ 115 IPM = Art. XVII,5 IPO] CXXIII. That nevertheless the concluded Peace shall remain in force, and all Partys in this Transaction shall be oblig'd to defend and protect all and every Article of this Peace against any one, without distinction of Religion; and if it happens any point should be violated, the Offended shall before all things exhort the Offender not to come to any Hostility, submitting the Cause to a friendly Composition, or the ordinary Proceedings of Justice.|
[§ 116 IPM = Art. XVII,6-7 IPO]
CXXIV. Nevertheless, if for the space of three years the Difference cannot be
terminated by any of those means, all and every one of those concern'd in this
Transaction shall be oblig'd to join the injur'd Party, and assist him with Counsel
and Force to repel the Injury, being first advertis'd by the Injur'd that gentle Means
and Justice prevail'd nothing; but without prejudice, nevertheless, to every one's
Jurisdiction, and the Administration of Justice conformable to the Laws of each
Prince and State:
And it shall not be permitted to any State of the Empire to pursue his Right by Force and Arms; but if any difference has happen'd or happens for the future, every one shall try the means of ordinary Justice, and the Contravener shall be regarded as an Infringer of the Peace. That which has been determin'd by Sentence of the Judg, shall be put in execution, without distinction of Condition, as the Laws of the Empire enjoin touching the Execution of Arrests and Sentences.
|[§ 117 IPM = Art. XVII,8 IPO] CXXV. And that the publick Peace may be so much the better preserv'd intire, the Circles shall be renew'd; and as soon as any Beginnings of Troubles are perceiv'd, that which has been concluded in the Constitutions of the Empire, touching the Execution and Preservation of the publick Peace, shall be observ'd.|
|[§ 118 IPM = Art. XVII,9 IPO] CXXVI. And as often as any would march Troops thro the other's Territorys, this Passage shall be done at the charge of him whom the Troops belong to, and that without burdening or doing any harm or damage to those whose Countrys they march thro. In a word, all that the Imperial Constitutions determine and ordain touching the Preservation of the publick Peace, shall be strictly observ'd.|
|[§ 119 IPM ~ Art. XVII,10-11 IPO] CXXVII. In this present Treaty of Peace are comprehended such, who before the Exchange of the Ratification, or in six months after, shall be nominated by general Consent, by the one or the other Party: mean time by a common Agreement, the Republick of Venice is therein compris'd as Mediatrix of this Treaty. It shall also be of no prejudice to the Dukes of Savoy and Modena, or to what they shall [!] act, or are now acting in Italy by Arms for the most Christian King.|
[§ 120 IPM ± Art. XVII,12 IPO]
CXXVIII. In Testimony of all and each of these things, and for their greater Validity,
the Ambassadors of their Imperial and most Christian Majestys, and the Deputys, in
the name of all the Electors, Princes, and States of the Empire, sent particularly for
this end (by virtue of what has been concluded the 13th of October, in the Year
hereafter mention'd, and has been deliver'd to the Ambassador of France the very
day of signing under the Seal of the Chancellor of Mentz) viz. For the Elector of
Mayence, Monsieur Nicolas George de Reigersberg, Knight and Chancellor; for the
Elector of Bavaria, Monsieur John Adolph Krebs, Privy Counsellor; for the Elector of
Brandenburg, Monsieur John Count of Sain and Witgenstein, Lord of Homburg and
Vallendar, Privy Counsellor. In the Name of the House of Austria, M. George
V[l]ri[c], Count of Wolkenstein, Counsellor of the Emperor's Court; M. Corneille
Gobelius, Counsellor of the Bishop of Bamberg; M. Sebastian William Meel, Privy
Counsellor to the Bishop of Wirtzburg; M. John Earnest, Counsellor of the Duke of
Bavaria's Court; M. Wolff Conrad of Thumbshirn, and Augustus Carpzovius, both
Counsellors of the Court of Saxe-Altenburg and Coburg; M. John Fromhold, Privy
Counsellor of the House of Brandenburg-Culmbac, and Onolzbac; M. Henry
La[n]genbeck, J. C. to the House of Brunswick-Lunenburg; James Lamp[a]dius, J. C.
Counsellor of State to the Branch of Calemburg, and Vice-Chancellor of Lunenburg.
In the Name of the Counts of the Bench of Wetteraw, M. Matthews Wesembecius, J.
C. and Counsellor. In the Name of the one and the other Bench, M. Marc Ottoh of
Strasburg, M. John James Wolff of Ratisbon, M. David Gloxinius of Lubeck, and M.
Lewis [!] Christopher Kres of Kressenstein, all Syndick Senators, Counsellors and
Advocates of the Republick of Noremberg; who with their proper Hands and Seals
have sign'd and seal'd this present Treaty of Peace, and which said Deputys of the
several Orders have engag'd to procure the Ratifications of their Superiors in the
prefix'd time, and in the manner it has been covenanted, leaving the liberty to the
other Plenipotentiarys of States to sign it if they think it convenient, and send for the
Ratifications of their Superiors: And that on condition that by the Subscription of the
abovesaid Ambassadors and Deputys, all and every one of the other States who shall
abstain from signing and ratifying the present Treaty, shall be no less oblig'd to
maintain and observe what is contain'd in this present Treaty of Pacification, than if
they had subsrib'd and ratify'd it; and no Protestation or Contradiction of [!] the
Council of Direction in the Roman Empire shall be valid, or receiv'd in respect to the
Subscription the said Deputys have made.
Done, pass'd, and concluded at Munster in Westphalia, the 24th Day of October, 1648.
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