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The Austrians, therefore, prepared to intervene- as in international law they had every right to do, by virtue of the Austro-Neapolitan Treaty of I8IS which had debarred Ferdinand from introducing constitutional changes without Austrian consent. Yet in so far as the Neapolitan revolt was but one symptom of an international movement and it was important to discourage revolutionaries everywhere, Metternich hoped too for a demonstration of moral support from the other powers. In London he was not disappointed.
Castlereagh's policy was now to check the Russian diplomatic threat by aligning Austria and Prussia in opposition to the Tsar: 55 Prussia could have Saxony provided she claimed for herself and for Austria their former possessions in Poland. On 9 October Hardenberg put in writing an offer to oppose Alexander's plans for Poland in return for the cession of Saxony. It was not, however, until 22 October that Metternich replied, more or less accepting the offer but making acceptance conditional on the cession of Mainz to Bavaria.
But Britain and Austria, ever suspicious of manoeuvres to increase French influence in Spain, had forbidden this. They also killed a Russian proposal of April for intervention in Spain by an allied army.
Europe’s Balance of Power 1815–1848 by Alan Sked (eds.)