Given to Tripoli to Barbary on the sixth day of the first month of Rabbia 1220, in accordance with June 4, 1805. Treaty between the United States and Tripoli. To confirm that the signatory parties signed these articles in the Elisavetpol camp, near the Kurek River, in the summer of 1805 A.D. (Mohammedan 1220), on 14 May. During this period, Prussia remained neutral by the work of the Frenchman Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, who entrusted control of Hanover to Prussia.  The country had also signed the Basel Peace in 1795 and had agreed to remain neutral.  Napoleon soon became confident that Prussia would remain neutral.  During the war, the country wanted to appease both Napoleon and Alexander I, but preferred Russia. In an agreement signed in St. Petersburg in May 1804, Prussia entered into a secret alliance with Russia.  All United States forces that were in derne province or elsewhere in the Dominions of said Bashaw or who might be hostile to the Bashaw of Tripoli are withdrawn by the latter and cannot be delivered by or on behalf of the United States to any of the subjects of said Bashaw during the pursuit of that peace. who, in any part of his reigns, may be in hostility towards him; And the Americans will use all means in their power to convince the brother of this bashaw, who joined them in Derne-c, to withdraw from the territory of the latter Bashaw of Tripoli; but they will not use violence or inappropriate means to make this object; and in the event that he withdraws, as has been said above, the Bashaw undertakes to provide him now, to his wife and children, in his powers, beyond the “peace and Amity” clauses and the Austrian withdrawal from the third coalition, the treaty also required substantial territorial concessions from the Austrian Empire.
The French gains from the previous contracts of Campo Formio and Lunéville have been repeated, while recent Austrian acquisitions in Italy and southern Germany have been sold respectively to France and Bavaria. The scattered Austrian possessions in Swabian went to French allies: the king of Wurtemberg and the elector of Baden, while Bavaria received Tyrol and Vorarlberg. Austrian applications for these German states were rejected without exception. Veneto, Istria and Dalmatia were incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy, of which King Napoleon had become king earlier this year. Augsburg, once an autonomous city in the Reich, was ceded to Bavaria. As a minor compensation, the Austrian Empire annexed the elector of Salzburg, which had been under Habsburg rule since 1803. The elector, the brother of the Austrian emperor, was compensated with the Grand Duchy of Wirzburg.