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The King of Bohemia (also Archduke of Austria and King of Hungary)

The Archbishop of Mainz

The Archbishop of Cologne
The Archbishop of Trier
The Count Palatine of the Rhine (also Duke of Bavaria)
The Duke of Saxony
The Margrave of Brandenburg (King of Prussia)
The Duke of Brunswick-Lneburg (Elector of Hanover, King of Great Britain)

[edit] The Council of Princes

(Note, this is ordered based on the official order of voting in the Diet)

The Archduke of Austria (also King of Bohemia)

The Duke of Burgundy (also Archduke of Austria)

[edit] The Ecclesiastical Bench

1. The Archbishop of Salzburg

2. The Archbishop of Besanon

3. The Grand Master of the Teutonic Order
4. The Bishop of Bamberg
5. The Bishop of Wrzburg
6. The Bishop of Worms
7. The Bishop of Eichsttt
8. The Bishop of Speyer
9. The Bishop of Strassburg
10. The Bishop of Constance
11. The Bishop of Augsburg
12. The Bishop of Hildesheim
13. The Bishop of Paderborn
14. The Bishop of Freising
15. The Bishop of Regensburg
16. The Bishop of Passau
17. The Bishop of Trent
18. The Bishop of Brixen
19. The Bishop of Basel
20. The Bishop of Mnster
21. The Bishop of Osnabrck (notable as, after 1648, it alternated between Protestant and Roman Catholic incumbe
22. The Bishop of Lige
23. The Bishop of Lbeck (a Protestant bishopric)
24. The Bishop of Chur
25. The Bishop of Fulda
26. The Abbot of Kempten
27. The Provost of Ellwangen
28. The Grand Master of the Order of St. John
29. The Prior of Berchtesgaden
30. The Abbot of Weissenburg
31. The Abbot of Prm
32. The Abbot of Stablo
33. The Abbot of Corvey
34. A single vote for the College of the Prelates of Swabia; see below
35. A single vote for the College of the Prelates of the Rhine; see below

These last two were groups of lesser abbots, who together had a joint vote. Unlike those who had a full vote, they w

[edit] The Secular Bench

1. The Duke of Bavaria (the Elector of Bavaria)

2. The Duke of Magdeburg (also King of Prussia)
3. The Count Palatine of Kaiserslautern (also the Elector of Bavaria)
4. The Count Palatine of Simmern (also the Elector of Bavaria)
5. The Count Palatine of Neuburg (also the Elector of Bavaria)
6. The Duke of Bremen (also the Elector of Hanover)
7. The Duke of Zweibrcken
8. The Count Palatine of Veldenz (also the Elector of Bavaria)
9. The Duke of Saxe-Weimar
10. The Duke of Saxe-Eisenach (also Duke of Saxe-Weimar)
11. The Duke of Saxe-Coburg
12. The Duke of Saxe-Gotha
13. The Duke of Saxe-Altenburg (also Duke of Saxe-Gotha)
14. The Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (also King of Prussia)
15. The Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (also King of Prussia)
16. The Duke of Brunswick-Celle (also Elector of Hanover)
17. The Duke of Brunswick-Kalenberg (also Elector of Hanover)
18. The Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen (also Elector of Hanover)
19. The Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbttel
20. The Prince of Halberstadt (also King of Prussia)
21. The Duke of Lower Pomerania (also King of Prussia)
22. The Duke of Upper Pomerania (also King of Sweden)
23. The Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
24. The Duke of Mecklenburg-Gstrow (also Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin)
25. The Duke of Wrttemberg
26. The Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel)
27. The Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
28. The Margrave of Baden-Baden (the Margrave of Baden)
29. The Margrave of Baden-Durlach (the Margrave of Baden)
30. The Prince of Verden (also Elector of Hanover)
31. The Margrave of Baden-Hochberg (the Margrave of Baden)
32. The Duke of Holstein (also King of Denmark)
33. The Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg (also Elector of Hanover)
34. The Prince of Minden (also King of Prussia)
35. The Duke of Holstein-Gottorp-Oldenburg
36. The Duke of Savoy (also King of Sardinia)
37. The Landgrave of Leuchtenberg (also Elector of Bavaria)
38. The Prince of Anhalt (actually, there were four Princes of Anhalt at this time, who split the vote the Princes of
Bernburg, and Anhalt-Kthen)
39. The Princely Count of Henneberg (this vote was divided among the various branches of the House of Wettinth
Weimar-Eisenach, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, the Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, the Duke of Saxe-Meinin
40. The Prince of Schwerin (also Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin)
41. The Prince of Kammin (also King of Prussia)
42. The Prince of Ratzeburg (also Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz)
43. The Prince of Hersfeld (also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel)
44. The Prince of Nomny (to the House of Lorraine; after 1780 also King of Bohemia, etc.)
45. The Prince of Mmpelgard (Montbliard) (also Duke of Wrttemberg)
46. The Duke of Arenberg
47. The Prince of Hohenzollern-Hechingen
48. The Prince of Lobkowitz
49. The Prince of Salm (actually, there were two branches of this family, who split the vote the Prince of Salm-Sa
50. The Prince of Dietrichstein
51. The Prince of Nassau-Hadamar (also Prince of Orange and Stadtholder of the United Provinces)
52. The Prince of Nassau-Dillenburg (also Prince of Orange)
53. The Prince of Auersperg
54. The Prince of East Frisia (also King of Prussia)
55. The Prince of Frstenberg
56. The Prince of Schwarzenberg
57. The Prince of Liechtenstein
58. The Prince of Thurn and Taxis
59. The Prince of Schwarzburg (divided into two branches, Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt and Schwarzburg-Sondershau
60. A single vote for the College of the Counts of Swabia; see below
61. A single vote for the College of the Counts of the Wetterau; see below
62. A single vote for the College of the Counts of Franconia; see below
63. A single vote for the College of the Counts of Westphalia; see below

[edit] The Council of Cities

The Council of Imperial Free Cities was not actually equal to the others its vote was only advisory. In 1792, there

[edit] Circle of Bavaria

1. Regensburg

[edit] Circle of Franconia

1. Nuremberg
2. Rothenburg ob der Tauber
3. Bad Windsheim
4. Schweinfurt
5. Weienburg in Bayern (Nordgau)

[edit] Circle of the Lower Rhine-Westphalia

1. Cologne
2. Aachen
3. Dortmund

[edit] Circle of Lower Saxony

1. Lbeck
2. Goslar
3. Mhlhausen
4. Hamburg
5. Bremen
6. Nordhausen

[edit] Circle of the Upper Rhine

1. Worms
2. Speyer
3. Frankfurt am Main
4. Friedberg
5. Wetzlar

[edit] Circle of Swabia

1. Augsburg
2. Ulm
3. Esslingen am Neckar
4. Reutlingen
5. Nrdlingen
6. Schwbisch Hall
7. berlingen
8. Rottweil
9. Heilbronn
10. Schwbisch Gmnd
11. Memmingen
12. Lindau
13. Dinkelsbhl
14. Biberach
15. Ravensburg
16. Kempten
17. Kaufbeuren
18. Weil
19. Wangen im Allgu
20. Isny im Allgu
21. Leutkirch im Allgu
22. Wimpfen
23. Giengen
24. Pfullendorf
25. Buchhorn
26. Aalen
27. Bopfingen
28. Buchau
29. Offenburg
30. Gengenbach
31. Zell am Harmersbach

[edit] Membership of single-vote colleges

The two benches of the Council of Princes each contained single-vote colleges. The membership of each of these w

[edit] The Prelates of Swabia

The Abbess of Baindt

The Abbot of Elchingen
The Abbot of Gengenbach
The Abbess of Gutenzell
The Abbess of Heggbach
The Abbess of Irsee
The Abbot of Kaisheim
The Abbot of Marchtal
The Abbot of Neresheim
The Abbot of Ochsenhausen
The Abbot of Petershausen
The Abbot of Roggenburg
The Abbot of Rot
The Abbot of Rottenmnster
The Abbot of Salmannsweiler
The Abbot of Schussenried
The Abbess of Sflingen
The Abbot of Ursperg
The Abbot of Weingarten
The Abbot of Weissenau
The Abbot of Wettenhausen
The Abbot of Zwiefalten

[edit] The Prelates of the Rhine

The Abbot of Bruchsal and Odenheim

The Abbess of Buchau
The Abbot of Burtscheid
The Abbot of Ballei of Koblenz (Grand Master of the Teutonic Order)
The Abbot of St. Cornelismnster
The Abbot of Ballei of Elsass and Burgundy (Grand Master of the Teutonic Order)
The Abbess of Essen
The Abbess of Gandersheim
The Abbot of St Georg in Isny
The Abbess of Gernrode
The Abbess of Herford
The Abbess of Niedermnster in Regensburg
The Abbess of Obermnster in Regensburg
The Abbess of Quedlinburg
The Abbess of Thorn
The Abbot of St. Ulrich and St. Afra in Augsburg
The Abbot of Werden

[edit] The Counts of the Wetterau

The Princes and Counts of Solms

The Prince of Nassau-Usingen
The Prince of Nassau-Weilburg
The Prince of Nassau-Saarbrcken
The Princes and Counts of Isenburg
The Counts of Stollberg
The Princes and Counts of Sayn-Wittgenstein
The Counts of Salm
The Princes and Counts of Leiningen
The Counts of Westerburg
The Counts of Wetter-Tegerfelden
The Counts of Hoyos
The Counts of Schnburg
The Count of Wied-Runkel
The Counts of Ortenburg
The Counts of Reuss zu Plauen
The Counts of Swabia

The Prince of Frstenberg

The Abbess of Buchau
The Commander of the Teutonic Knights
The Prince of Oettingen
The Count of Montfort (also King of Bohemia)
The Count of Helfenstein (also Elector of Bavaria)
The Prince of Schwarzenberg
The Count of Knigsegg
The Count of Waldburg
The Count of Eberstein (also Margrave of Baden)
The Count von der Leyen
The Counts of Fugger
The Lord of Hohenems (also King of Bohemia)
The Count of Traun
The Prince-Abbot of St. Blase
The Count of Stadion
The Prince of Thurn and Taxis
the Count of Wetter-Tegerfelden inBonndorf
The Count of Khevenhller
The Count of Kuefstein
The Prince of Colloredo
The Count of Harrach
The Count of Sternberg
The Count of Neipperg

The Counts of Franconia

The Princes and Counts of Hohenlohe

The Counts of Castell
The Counts of Erbach
The Counts of Rothenberg (later the Counts of Rothberg)
The Princes and Counts of Lwenstein-Wertheim
The Heirs to the Counts of Limpurg
The Counts of Nostitz-Rieneck
The Prince of Schwarzenberg
The Heirs to the Counts of Wolfstein
The Counts of Schnborn
The Counts of Windisch-Grtz
The Counts Orsini von Rosenberg
The Counts of Starhemberg
The Counts of Wurmbrand
The Counts of Giech
The Counts of Gravenitz
The Counts of Pckler

The Counts of Westphalia

The Lord of Sayn-Altenkirchen (also Elector of Hanover)

The Count of Hoya (also Elector of Hanover)
The Count of Spiegelberg (also Elector of Hanover)
The Count of Diepholz (also Elector of Hanover)
The Duke of Holstein-Gottorp
The Count of Tecklenburg (also King of Prussia)
The Duke of Arenberg
The Prince of Wied-Runkel
The Prince of Wied-Neuwied
The Count of Schaumburg (shared between the Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel and the Count of Lippe-Bckeburg)
The Counts of Lippe
The Counts of Bentheim
The Princes and Counts of Lwenstein-Wertheim
The Prince of Kaunitz-Rietberg
The Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont
The Count of Toerring
The Count of Aspremont
The Prince of Salm-Salm (as Count of Anholt)
The Count of Metternich-Winnenburg
The Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg
The Counts of Plettenberg
The Counts of Limburg-Stirum
The Count of Wallmoden
The Count of Quadt
The Counts of Ostein
The Counts of Nesselrode
The Counts of Salm-Reifferscheidt
The Counts of Platen
The Counts of Sinzendorf
The Prince of Ligne