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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 24, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. Monday, Auguft 24, 173.0. fpejkall now infert the Remainder of the An-fwer of jbe Jmperial Court to M. de Cba- ~ vigny'j Remarks u/un the Emperor's Decree againji the Treaty of Seville $ which hat made a Part of fever at preceding Courants. This Piece is thejmore Curious, bccaufe it is generally fuppofed to have been drawn up by Count Schonborn, Bi/hop of Bamberg and Wunz-burg, Vice-Chancellor of the Empire, and -becaufe it contains all that the Imperial Court has to offer in theprefent Difpute j fo that in cafe of a tVar^ which by all our late Advices feems to be unavoidable, the Emperor s Mani-feflo wiU be grounded entirely upon the FaEls laid down in this Anfwer to the French Mi-nifter's Remarks, which concludes thus, S for what the Author of the He-marks fays, " That the Emperor *' has no Reafon to upbraid France " with her unweary'd Endeavour's to maintain Peace and good Order in the " Empire ; neither can be complain thereof, *' without wounding the Honour oftheGua-41 ranty of the Treaty of Weftpbalia, fo dear " to the whole Germanick Body $" it is an-fwered, " Thar the Guaranty of the Treaty of Weftpbalia is certainly dear to the whole " Germanniek Body ; but that it does not *' thence follow, that under luch a Pretence *' France is at Liberty to intrude herfelf *' into aft; ibrEton^ici.Affair*, of the Em-*' pire, and that gander colour of maintaining ** Peace arid good,Order therein, me isau-tf thorized to difturb the fame : That the Emperor and the States dp not want the " Inrerpoiuion of a Foreign Power, to main-" tain that Peace and good Order; And that f as they do not pretend to ftrike at what " was ftipulated by the Treaty of Weft-" phalia, no more do they pretend to fuffer 41 that in Affairs purely judicial, and depen-dent on the fupreme- Tribunals of Ger-" many, France Avail arrogate to herfelf the ** Power of concurring in a Judicature, which " the Emperor has the fole Right of affii- * ming � To what is faid, " That France defires nothing in the Affair of Mecklemburg, or '* in that of Eaft-Friefland, but what every " particular State and the Emperor ought to " defiremore than fhe; that the Emperor did, " at the Inftances of the King, eDter into fome ''particular Engagements about rbe Ma-** nagement of the Affair of Eaft-Friefland, " in Confideration of which the States-Ge' neral prevail'd. with the Embdeners to *' fubmit rbemfelves; and rhat their High-" Migbcineffes acted in this Affair in concert "with the Emperor's Minilter in Holland, and he with them;" itisanfwer'd; "That " the Emperor does not pretend to gain any " thing by the Affair of Mecklemburg; that " he is defirpus-of Duke Charles Leopold's returning to Ms Dutythat he aims at " nothing but the entire Prefervation of fo " considerable a Durchy ; that be cannot be " fufpe&ed of defigning to gain an Inch of ** Land ; and if every Body was of his Mind [I in that refpedt, we Ihould foon fee good 11 C� Macbine; with the Affiftance of a Man1 br^tv&6,^ does air that can be perform'd by Warer Mifls j and among other things, blows a Pair of Forge'Bellows, and ftrikes^oo" Strokes in ah HobK with"" 2 Hammer weighings0.00 or J5P0 /..Weight i fO^thatwithrebls Machine-the'Workers at large Forges 'may work in any Weather, w heth^r it be Froft or Drought; It is written from Toulon, that apon Ajd? vice that a Corfair of Barbary had attacked feveral Genoeze Ships off the Ifles of Hyeres, ;