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" X., Pope, 86.
Greifensee, 215.
Grimaud, Abb2, 202.
Grimsel Passi 145.
Grinau, 143.
Grindelwald, 57.
Grosse Moos, 15.



Grossmiinster in Zurich, 45, 136, 164,

259.
Gruyeres, 158, 229.
Gugler, 165, 166.
Guilds, 141, 142.
Giimminen, 157.

Gundoldingen, Peter von, 164, 172.
Gustavus, Adolphus, 279.
Gwalther, Rudolf, 175.

Habsburg, Count Rudolf, III. (Emperor
Rudolf I.), 60, 63-65, 76, 77, 81,
87, 116, 144. 149, 154.

" 55, 62-66, 75, 79. 82, 168, 209.
Hagenbach, 223, 224.
HaUer, Albrecht, 290.
Haller, Berchtold, 264.
Haller, Emanuel von, 93, 290.
Hanseatic League, 70.
Harald Bluetooth, King, 98, 99.
Hasle, 156, 158.
Hatto Bishop, 45.
Hauptlbberg, 199.

Hedwig, Duchess of Alamannia, 43, 54.
Helvetian Society, 291.
Helvetii and Helvetia, 20-2S, 1 1 2.
Hemmerlin, 95, 103.
Henry I , Emperor, 53.

" III., King of England, 6a

" IV., Emperor, 55, 56,79.

"VII., •♦ 76,120,121,158.
Henzi, 296.
Herodotus, 16.
Hessen, Philip of, 267.
Hericourt, 224.
Hermann, Chronicler, 73.
Hilarius, 148.
Hildigard, 73.
Hildisrieden, 169.
Hippocrates, 16.
Hochberg, 168.
Hohenstauffen, 137.
Hohen-Zollem, 168.
Hohle Gasse, 97, loi.
Horace, 2^.
Horige, 30.
Huguenots, 273.
Hugues, 272-274
Handwil, 194.
Hunn, 91.

Iceland, 98.

levan ap Eynion, 165.

Imhof, Johann, loi.

Immunity, 47.

Indians, American, 112, 114.

Institute of Canons, 136.

fnstitutis Religionis Christiantu, 276.



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Irish Church, 40, 42.
Innengarde, 52.
Iselin, 290.

Joan, daughter of Edward I., King of

England, 82.
John XXIII., Pope, 210.
«< Joyous band of the mad life," 233.
Julia, Alpinula, 26.
Julian, £mperor, 28.
Jura, 15,20, 21,31,^6, 165.
Justinger, 57, 95, 126, 160.

Kander, i q8.
Kappel, 26S, 268, 269,
Karlmann, 45.
Karolinum, 45.
Kastoogt, 74, 75, 84. 86,
Keller, Dr. Ferdinand, 15,18.
Kerenxen Mountain, 178.
Kiburg, 59, 157, 166.
Kirk, J. F., 219, 221.
Klausen Past, 75.
Klingenbeig Chnmide, 197.
Klopetock, 29a
Ktuchti, j8.
Konigsfelden, 120, 172.
Konstaffel^ 141, 142, 185.
Kopp, Joseph Eutych, 94.
Kugelhiite, 165.
Kunzo, Duke, 41.
Kupferschmied, Conrad, 201.
Kiissnacht, 81, 96, 97, 103, 118.

La Harpe, 297, 298, 309.
Lake Dw^ers, 14-19.
La Lance Chartreuse, 226.
Landammann, 76, 82, 91, 118, 119, 177.
Landenberg or Landenburg> 105, 107,

108.
Landrath, 195.

Landsgemeinde, 117, 177, 184, 195, 260.
Landrect, 196, 201, 205.
Land tenure, 117, 190.
La Soie, castle of, 204.
La Tiruy 17.
Laupen, 159, 160.
Lausanne, 86, 975.
Lavater, 289, 290.
League above the Lake, 200.

** of the House of God, 206.

*< of the Ten Jurisdictions, 206,
207.

** of the Grey or Upper, 206.
Leibeigene, 38.
Lenrburg, 62, 75, 78, 79, 137.
Les Dilicesy 293.
LetH, 158, 178, 179, 180, 196, 199, 200.



Leuenberger, 283, 284.

Leventina, Val (Livinin\ 208, 209.

Liebenau, von, 173.

Limburg, 173.

Limmat, 24, 41, 136.

Lindenhof, 136.

Linth, 180.

Lombard League, 70.

Lorraine, Duke of, 168, 229, 231.

Lothar, King of Italy, 50.

" King, 47, 48, 49-
Louis XL, 216, 221, 223, 224.

•♦ XIV., 284, 285.
Lowers, Lake of, 103, 108.
Liibeckf 173.
Ludwig, the Gennan, 47, 48, 73, 136.

" King, 120, 127, 158, 159.
Luther, 267.
Luxemburg, 119.

Luzem, 63, 80,83, ^^ 1^9-1 35> 167, 168,
184, 18^, 211.

" Lake of, 15, 69, 70, 75, 90, 126.

Maderaner, Thai, loS.

Maggenbei^ 160.

Mahnung, im

Manuel, Nicholas, 265.

Marburg, 267.

Markgeno8senschaft« 75, 78, ^-^^

Martigny, 24, 203.

Massacre, Night of, 134, 143.

Maurienne, family of, 59.

Major (Meier), 74, 149.

Maximianus, Emperor, 29.

Maximilian I., 237.

Mazu or mazza, 205.

Medici, G. G., 268.

Meierholz, 169.

Melchi or Melche, 104, 105, 107, 108.

Melchthal, 104.

Menzingen, 151.

Milan, 24, 220.

MittisterialeSj 136.

Moli^re, 51.

Mollis, 178, 180.

Moudon, 51.

Morat, 15, 53, 57, 158, 228-231.

Morgarten, 94, 108, 123-128, 13^, 144,

147, 149. 165, 167, 177, 178.
Morge de Couthey, la, 203.
Morschach, 78.
M6tiers, 292.
Mulhausen, 219, 222, 223.
Miiller, Johannes von, 93, 285, 290
Miihier, Eberhard, 141, 144, 151, 162,163.
Miinchenwiler, 2^0.
Muota Valley, 78.
Muralt, £. von, 71.



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Murbach, Abbey, 86, 131, 132.
Muri, Abbey of, 62.
Musso, 268.
Multenz, 216.

Nafcls, 177-180, 182, 190, 195.

Nageli, 275.

Nancy, 217 224, 231.

Napoleon, 297, 298, 308.

Nassau, Count of, i&.

Neuchatel, 15, 51, 52, 216, 271, 276, 296.

Neu-Habsburg, 81.

New England* 112.

Niebuhr, 92.

Nidau, 160.

Nidwalden, 80, 83, 84, 107, 119.

Norway, 98.

Notker, 42, 43

Oberhalbstein, 206.

Oberland, Bernese, 157, 159.

Obermeilen, 14.

Oberwangen, i c6.

Obwalden, 80, 83, 84, 107, 108, 119.

Ochs, 297.

Oedisriet, Rudolf von, 119.

Oekonomische Gesellschaft^ 291.

Oelemberg, 80.

Olten.

Ordonnances EcclesiasHques^ 277.

Orgetorix, 21.

Othmar, abbot, 42.

Otto, the Great, 50, 51.

Ottocar, King of Bohemia, 86.

Palafittes, 16.

Palatinate, 285.

Panigarola, 225, 231.

Pas de TEduse, 22.

Patridus, 39.

Payeme, 51, 55.

Peace, the EvU, 177, 178.

Peasants' War, 283, 284.

Perpetual Peace (Ewige Richtmig)^ 223.

Pestalozzi, 289, 290.

Pfalx, 136, 137.

Pfaff ers, 78, 86.

Pfyffer, J78.

Pipin, 44, 45.

Pius II. (AIneas Sylvius Piccolomini),

217, 222.
Plaits, 204.
Praeses, 39.
Pragel Pass, 148, 179.
Prangins, 293.
Pratteln, 206.
Priest's Charter (Pfaffenbrief) 164, 165,

187, 234.



"Quentin Durward", 231.

Rapperswil, 86, 143, 144, 146, 152, 168.

Rath, 131.

Rarogne, 204^ 205.

Rathert, 43.

Raurid, 20.

Rautiberg, 179.

Raziins, 207.

Raeti and Raetia, 20, 23, 24, 31, 39, 136,

206.
Raye, 168.
Reding, 296, 303.
Regensburg, 163.
Regler, 75.
Reichenau, 44, 73.
Reichsunmittelbarkeity 47, 70, 72, 81, 131,

137.154,157,158-
Remedius, 45.
Reuss, 24, 62, 131.
Rheinfdden, 56.
Rhine league, 70, 182.
Rhone, 202, 203.
Rigi, 69.

Rondohamps, 225.
Rossini. 92.

Rothenburg, 131, 168, 169.
Rotzburg, 107.
Rousseau, 289, 292, 293.
Rudolf II., King of Burgundy, 49, 52.
Rtitli, 107, 108, 109.

Sachseln, 234.

Salm, Count of, 168.

Salomon, Bishop, 54.

Samen, 83, 104, 105, 107, 108.

Sattel Pass, 123, 124.

Satzungsbrief, 177.

Savoy, 55, 59-61.

Sabandia, 20, 31, 35.

Sal^ve, 13.

Sarine or Saane, 57, 158, 230.

Sax, 207.

Saxo Grammaticus, 98, 99, 100.

Saxon, 204.

Schachenthal, 74.

Schaddorf, loi.

Schaifhausen, 219, 222, 238.

Schauenberg, 299, 305.

Scheffel, 43.

Schibi, 283, 284.

Schiller, 85, 92, 94, 109.

Schilling, 227, 234.

Schinner (Cardinal), 241.

Schinznach, 291.

Schlosshalden, 86.

Schon, 181.

Schomo, 124.



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SchneUmgen, 179.

Schultheisf, 39, 129, 131, 133, 137, 155,
157, 164. i72» i»5-

Schiistenried, 18.

Schanau, 10^, 107.

Schwiz, 47, 63, 64, 69, 72, 78-82, 85, 87-
89, 90, 104, no, 116, 117. 119,
120, 121, 123, 164, 184, 196. 213*

296,303-
Scott, Walter, 231.
Seckingen, 148, 149.
Seedorf, 103.
Sempach, 81, 167-176, 177, 178, 195.

** Covenant of, 181, 188.
Sendgrafen, 45.
SentU, 193.
Sequani, 20.
Servetus, 277.
Sigisbert, 44.
SigUmund, 37, 210, 211.
Sigmund, 223.
Silenen, 74f 91*

** Jost von, 221, 224.
Simmenthal, 158. '

Sierre, 203.
Sion, 156, 203, 205.
Solothurn, 24, 29, 156,157, 158, 159,

166, 181, 233, 265.
Speicher, 196.
Spiez, 1 58.
SplUgen Pass, 24.
St. Andreas, 168.

*< Beatus, 29.

** Bernard, 24, 61.

** Columba, 40.

*^ Felix and Regula* 29, 73, 75.

«« Gallen, 40, 42-44, 45, 51, 54, 86, 93,
193-201, 219.

** Gothard, 129, 145, 148, 187, 208.

<« Jacob, an der Birs, 216, 217, 219.

« a M M Sihl, 215.

«* Ledger, 83, 131.

«« Maurice, 29, 45, 49.

«« Martin, 82.

*< Omer, 222, 223.

" Pirmin,44.

« Pierre, 292.

" Urbaine, 230.

" Ursus,29, 157.

«• Ulrichen, 205.

«« Vincent, i6a
StaeU 289. 294.
Stans, 83, 174.
Stanzerhom, 83,

Stauffacher, 91, 96, 103, 104. 106, 107,
108, 118, 119, 121.

Stem, 211.

Steinach, 41.



Steinen, 106, 119.

Stocken, 126.

Stoffeln, 195, 197, 200.

Stoss, 199-200.

Strand, the (London), 60.

Striittlingen, 158.

Stiissi, 215.

Styria,86.

Suetonius, 27.

Sursee, 169.

Swabian league, 70, 160, 167, 182, 195,

210. 237.
Swiss Club, 296.

•• Guard, 297.
Sworn Brief, 132, 141-143, 165, 181, 185.

Tacitus, 25, 27, 46. ,

Tavelli, 204.

Tell, William, 92-104, 176, 285.

Teufen, 194.

Thayngen, 13.

Theck, 168.

Thorwaldsen, 297.

Theobald, 73.

Theodebert, 40.

Theodore, 29, 203.

Theodoric, 37.

Thierstein, 229.

Thorberg, 164.

Thur, 145.

Thurgau, 59, 71, 200, 222, 264.

Thun, 29, 57.157. 158-

Thum von Gestelen, 1 58.

Tiberius, 23.

Tidno, 20, 23, 31, 37, 208, 296.

Tigorini, 21, 22.

Tidis, 83.

Todi, 148.

Toffgenburg, 178, 207, 213, 214, 296.

Toko, 98, 99, 100.

Tougenes, 21.

Trogen, 196.

Troglodytes, 13.

Tschudi, 76, I09» 148, 2:^8.

Tuggen, 4!.

Tuotilo, 43.

Turicum, 136^

Unterseen, 157.

UnterwaWen, 47, 6;t, 64* 69, 70, 72, 80,

83. 84. 85, 87-89, 91, 104, MO.

119, 184.
Urbarbuck of Habsborg, 86.
Uri, 47, 64, 69. 70, 72, 73-77. 85. 87-89,

00, 104, no, 116, 119, 120, 184.
Umasdi, 194.
Umer Boden, 148.
Umerloch, 187.



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Ufseren, 74, 108.

Vadianus (Joachim von Watt), 93, 264.
Valais, 20, 23, 24, 29, 60, 193, 202-206.

271.
Val Tellina, 297.
Valerianus, 27.
Varese, 208.
Vaud, 60, 160, 224, 271.
Vazerof, 207.
Verdun, 47, 49.
Vergy, 168.
Verona, 57.
Vespasian, 27.
Vevev, 24.
Via d^tra, 226.
Viberi, 20.

Vierwaldst'attersee, 129.
Villingen, 56.
Villeneuve, 13, 61.
Vindelici, 20.
Vincent, 186.
Vindonissa, 33, 40.
Visp, 204.

Vita Sancti Galli, 40.
Vitellius, 25.
Vitznau, 130.

Vitoduranus, 25, 123, 141.
Vogelinsegg, 196, 197.
Voltaire, 289, 291, 293.

Waldmann, 229, 236.
Waldsheet, 22t.
Walensee, 24, 178.
Wart, 120.
Waser, 296.
Waterloo Bridge, 60.



Werdenbcrg-Heiligenberg, 198, 200.

Weggis, 130.

Wergeld, 39.

Weissenburg, 157, 158.

Werdenberg-Sargans, 178, 180.

Wesen, 177, 178, 180.

Westphalia, Treaty of, 114, 230, 280.

Wettingen, 74.

Wctzikon, 13.

Wilchingen, 296.

Willisau, 169.

Wimmis, 158.

Windisch, 24, 119.

Winkelried, 83, 171, 173-176.

Winterthur, 50, 59.

Worms, Diet of, 237.

Wiilpelsberg, 62.

Wurttemberg, 151, 182.

Yverdon, 292.

Zaeringen, Dukes of, 55-58, 75, 1371

154. 203.
Zehute^ 204.
Zellweger, 295.
Zofingen, 169.
Zug, 71, 150, 151, 152, 164, 184, 185,

186, 233, 295.
Zur or Der Franen, 107, 108, 172.
Zurich, 14, 15, 29, 32, 41, 45, 56, 64, 73»

90, 116, 118, 136-146, 162-164,

184, 285, 213-215.
Ziirichberg, 137.

Zurichgau, 71, 74, 75, 78, 79» S4» I37*
Zur Lauben, 295.
Zwingli, 270.
Zwing Uri or Twing Uren, 107, io8.



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