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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 17, 1730, London, Middlesex air 'Monday, Auguft 17, 1750. � Continuation of ifoArifwer *o 4* Remarks riff Tzmfetfft frecree againft tifre {treaty S for wiit is (aid, " That we muft djiftkiguiifb between iPretenfions "and Rights fettled Eventually, " and an A^uaJ Pofleflipu: j That the Territories now in Difpute do not actuallydepend upon the Empire 5, That their Feudality is fettled Only Eventually 5 and, That the Supreme Rights of the * Empire being, according to tblg JPrihciple, *' only Eventual, the States cannot complain " that in the Treaty of Seville Regard has " not been had to the Precautions taken in ** the Quadruple Alliance, fince thofe with ** which the Emperor upbraids the Allies of * Seville, are'meant pnly to fecure the exact and faithful Obfervarion of them j" it is anfwered, That if the Territories now in Queftion be not entirely actual Fiefs of the Empire, it cannot thence be inferr'd, that its Supreme Rights are only Eventual: That by this way of Reasoning, every thing that is hot a Fief of the Empire, is not dependent on itj which is not the Cafe, becaofe no Body can be igrforant, " that beGdes Feudality, there are otbeY Ties " by which Eftates may be bound: That " England and France did formerly well " comprehend this, fince Mention is made in the Vth Article of �the Quadruple Alliance, of the Rights which the Emperor and the Empire claim to Tufcany and the Durchies of Parnta and Placentia, before the Eventual Feudality is fettled therein, which is not mention'd till afterwards : That every Body knows, the Republick of Florence was new model'd by Charles V. who placed Alexander de Medicis at the Head of it, and after his Death, conferr'd -the Dutchy of Florence upon Cofmo de Medicis. and his Male Heirs : That every Body knows, the City of Sienna is an Ar-rear-Fief of the Empire  that Charles V. conftituted his Son Philip Vicar-General of it j and that Philip fome Years after inverted the fame Cofmo with it: That in fine it is well known, how ftrenuoufly Maximilian II. difputed the Title of Great Dukp, fo foon as it was taken up, without being held of him." The. Author adds, That the Advice of rbe Electoral College, whereby they exboneel that Prince to maintain the Rights of the Empire, and the Thanks they gave him when he had maintain'd them,' are ftill to be found among the Acts of the Empire: That it is not to be doubted, but Parma and Placentia formerly made a Part of the Dutchy of Milan, .ubich all the World knows to be dependent upon the Empire: That it is not for the Author of the Hemarly publifhed at Ratisbo'n, to gfve "Judgment in .Contradiction to the Supreme Rights which the Empetor and the Empire have at all Times " claim'd." to the' Territories is Quefiion ; " that it cannot be fuppofed that France it tt tt tt � tt tt tt ti It f.; Ye-fterday arrived the Pbilippa, Qsborn,' frjm Falmouth, and this Day irrived the Sarah and Mary, Lane, from Virginia. Wind s. w. . '..'.: ' - � Gravefend, Auguft 14. vArrivedihe.Eli; johnGodard, from Zantj the Nelfon, Jofe ^ -. }Tpung' ;