The nation of Saxony shall cede the region of Thüringen as an independent state of the Holy Roman Empire, and a vassal of the nation of Hesse.
The nation of Saxony shall become a personal vassal of the Archduchy of Austria, and shall remain an elector of the Holy Roman Empire, retaining the regions of Saxony, Anhalt, Meissen, and parts of Thüringen as parts of its sovereign territory.
The Free imperial city of Hamburg and its dynastic and personal holdings may elect to consolidate into a unified duchy, which shall be constituted as a unified duchy by the Holy Roman Emperor, elevating the leader of Hamburg to the position of Duke within the empire.
Hamburg upon consolidation shall retain its city's principle of imperial immediacy, making it a select case retaining its privileged constitutional and political status, declared free from the authority of any local lord and placed under the direct and immediate authority of the Emperor for its protection.
The Landgraviate of Hesse shall be elevated to the position of Duchy upon the consolidation of Hesse and the Principality of Göttingen, and/or upon beginning the administration of its newly acquired vassals, as appointed by the Holy Roman Emperor.
Albert II of Germany, Holy Roman Emperor, on behalf of the Archduchy of Austria and the Imperial forces - Mscoree (talk) 20:01, March 7, 2014 (UTC)