Englische anonyme Übersetzung des IPO (1713)|
A General Collection Of Treatys, Manifesto's, Contracts of Marriage, Renunciations, and other Publick Papers, from the Year 1495, to the Year 1712. Vol. II Containing ... With an Introduction, giving some Account of this Work. The second Edition. London: J.J. und P. Knapton, J. Darby u.a. 1732 (7: 8° J. gent. 136i), 419-420.
Artikel IX IPO
|[Art. IX,1 IPO = § 67 IPM] IX. And forasmuch as it imports the Publick, that, after the Conclusion of the Peace, Commerce and Trade should flourish again every where; it is agreed for that end, That the Duties and Taxes, as also the Abuses of the Bull of Brabant, and the Reprisals and Arrests following thereupon, with the foreign Certificates, Exactions, Imprisonments and Detentions, the excessive Charge of Postage, and all other unusual Expences and Hindrances of Commerce and Navigation, which have been of late introduc'd to the prejudice thereof, and against the publick Interest up and down the Empire, on occasion of the War, by a private Authority, contrary to all Rights and Privileges, without the Consent of the Emperor and the Electors of the Empire, shall be entirely taken away: so that the antient Security, Jurisdiction, and Custom, which have obtain'd long before these Wars, shall be re-establish'd and inviolably preserv'd to the Provinces, Ports and Rivers of the Empire.|
[Art. IX,2 IPO = § 68 IPM]
The Rights and Privileges of Territories water'd by Rivers or otherwise, as also the
Tolls granted by the Emperor with the Consent of the Electors, among the rest to the
Count of Oldenburg upon the Weser, or establish'd by long Custom, remaining in
their full Vigour and Execution;
there shall be an entire Liberty and Freedom of Commerce, and a free and safe Passage thro all Places by Sea and Land: and therefore it shall be lawful for all and every the Vassals, Subjects, Inhabitants and Servants of the Allies of both sides to go and come, negotiate and return; and this shall be understood to be granted by virtue of these Presents, in the same manner that it was lawful to do so on all sides before the Troubles of Germany. And the Magistrates of both sides shall be bound to protect and defend them against all sort of Oppression or Violence, like the Natives of those Places, without prejudice to the other Articles of this Convention, and the particular Law and Rights of each Place.
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französisch 1754 | italienisch 1648 | schwedisch 1649 | spanisch 1750