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PRUSSIA AND THE SOUTH GERMAN STATES. The full test of the armistices concluded by Prussia With Bavaria, Wurtemberg, Baden, and Hesse-Darm- fitadfc, has just been made public. The principal stipulations of these documents are as follows :— "ARMISTICE WITH BAVARIA. An armistice is concluded between the Prussian n7 and Bavarian armies for three weeks, commencing on the 2nd August. Further military details, together with the line of demarcation both parties shall observe, will be settled between the Prussian and Bavarian commanders upon the basis of the military uti possidetis. The Bavarian Government undertakes that no obstacles shall be placed in the way of the immediate return to their homes of North German troops hitherto occupying Ulm, Bastadt, and Mentz, The King of Prussia has empowered the commander of the Maine army to conclude armistices with the Governments of Wiirtemberg, Baden, and Hesse Darmstadt, from the same date and of equal duration with the present convention, and will enter into negotiations with those Governments for the conclu- sion of a peace immediately after signature of the armistice. "ARMISTICE WITH WURTEMBERG. "The armistice between the Prussian and Wurtem- berg troops begins on the 2nd and lasts till the 22nd August inclusive. If tha Wurtemberg troops in Bavaria remain in cantonments, they shall not cross to the right bank of the Maine, nor enter Wurtemberg territory. The Prussian troops and their allies will not enter any part of the kingdom of Wilrtemberg I south of a line drawn from the Baden and Wurtem- berg frontier along the course of the Neckar until its junction with the Kocher, upwards along the course of the Kocher to Hall, and from Hall along the great high road to Cra,ilsheim and Feuchtwangen. The Prussians and their allies will respect State and pri- vate property in Wiirtemberg, and impose no contri- butions. The districts they occupy will have, however, to supply them with provisions free of cost. The Wlir- temberg Government undertakes to withdraw its troops in the fortress of Mayence by the 8th August, aild will also permit the North German troops in Ulm free departure for their homes. The Hohenzollern districts shall bf3 evacuated by the Wurtemberg officials as early as possible, and at latest by the 8th August. All State and private property in those dis- tricts, if in any way damaged by Wurtemberg officials or troops shall be fully restored. The Wurtemberg Government will adequately compensate Prussian sub- jects banished from Mentz after the withdrawal of the Prussian troops. ARMISTICE WITH BADEN. "The armistice to last until the 22nd of August. 1 he Baaen troopg win march to Carlruho, and occupy no position north of that city so long as the armistice re- mams in force. The Prussians and their allies may oc- cupy the districts of Baden upon the right bank of the Neckar, with the towns of Haldenburg and Mann- heim. They will respect State and private property, and impose no contributions, but the districts they occupy will have to supply them with provisions free of cost. The Baden Government undertakes to withdraw its troops from Mentz by the 8th of August, and to offer no obstacle to the North German troops in Ulm, Rastadt, and Mentz returning home. It will, also adequately compensate Prussian sub- jects who suffered injury by being expelled from Ba.atadtand Mentz while Baden troops were present in those fortresses. — ARMISTICE WITH HESSE-DARMSTADT. "The armistice to dato from the 2nd to the 22nd August inclusive. In case the Hessian troops in Bavaria remain in cantonments they shall not cross to the right bank of the Maine, uor pass the road from Oohsenfurth to Aub, in a westerly direction, nor enter Wurtemberg territory. Should the Hessian Go. vernment decide upon recalling its troops home, they shall observe a certain line of march (aatanea;, and will have a position assigned to them t, ntil the expiry nf the armistice unon the left bank of the Rhine, ine Prussians and their allies will not enter the district assigned to the Hessian troops upon the left bank oi the Rhine while the armistice continues in force. They will respect State and private property, and im- pose no contributions, but the districts they occupy must furnish them with free provisions. The same stipulations as to the withdrawal of troops from Mentz, opposing no obstacle to the return of North German troops, and compensation of Prussian subjects injured by banishment from the Federal fortresses, as were concluded with the other South German Governments, terminate tho Hessian armistice."

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