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Mozart In Salzburg A Study And Guide

By: Max Kenyon

... MOZART IN SALZBURG By the same Author HARPSICHORD MUSIC MAX KENYON Mozart in Salzburg A Study and Guide FOUNDED l3f G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS New ... ...53 by DEDICATED TO MY COMPANION AT FUSCHL Acknowledgements The trouble is, in a book of this nature, that so many hares are started, so many people ... ...nused, and thanks are due to many people. Many thanks to the Representative in Austria of the British Council, the General Secretary of the Mozart- Ge... ...ia of the British Council, the General Secretary of the Mozart- Gemeinde, the Director of the Carolino Augusteum Museum in Salzburg, the Nationalbibli... ...al Secretary of the Mozart- Gemeinde, the Director of the Carolino Augusteum Museum in Salzburg, the Nationalbibliothek in Vienna, Miss Emily Anderson... ...post at the Court of St. James. MAX KENYON Contents CHAPTER Leopold Mozart arrives in Salzburg 3 i The Infant 3 5 z Six Years Old 48 3 Pre-London Tou... ...fthosemost illustrious S.R.I. Counts ofSCHRATTEN- BACH has come to the guidance of the Archbishopric of 3 o MOZART IN SALZBURG Salzburg " A 8 , the u... ...balanced Bishopric for a subordinate but safer position in amuch larger and better run Archbishopric though we perhaps must not be quite certain that ... ...and in Rome to suggest Hieronymus as a nominee to the inde- pendent and wealthy Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg which carried with it the titular Pri...

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Archbishopric of Salzburg

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... The Archbishopric of Salzburg was a Prince-Bishop ric and state of the Holy Roman Empire for many centuries. The diocese arose from... ...e diocese arose from St Peter's Abbey, founded in the German stem duchy of Bavaria about 696 by Saint Rupert at the former Roman city of ... ... Bavaria about 696 by Saint Rupert at the former Roman city of Iuvavum (Salzburg). In the 13th century it reached Imperial immediacy and in... ...ecclesiastical state until its secularisation to the short-lived Electorate of Salzburg in 1803. The Prince-Archbishops had never obtained electo... ...lesiastical state until its secularisation to the short-lived Electorate of Salzburg in 1803. The Prince-Archbishops had never obtained electoral... ...rchbishops had never obtained electoral dignity; actually of the five Prince-archbishoprics of the Holy Roman Empire—with Mainz, Trier and Colog... ...cs of the Holy Roman Empire—with Mainz, Trier and Cologne — Magdeburg and Salzburg got nothing from the Golden Bull of 1356 . The last Prince-Ar... ... 543/698 – 798) From the 6th century onwards, the northern parts of the later archbishopric were resettled by Germanic Bavarii tribes, who establ... ...luable book Liber Confraternitatum (Confraternity Book of St. Peter). Early Archbishopric (798–1060) Arno, bishop since 785, enjoyed the respect o...

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Guidebook through Salzburg : Town and Country, The Lakedistrict and the Bavarian Confines

...ALZBUM AUSTRIA ENGLISH EDITION Title: GUIDE BOOK THROUGH SALZBURG Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publishe... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...rary.net According to the custom of reigning princes, the Archbishops of Salzburg employed ,.fore- runners" whose duty consisted in running ahead of... ...ncely household. The originals of these quaint garments are exposed in the Salzburg Muni- cipal Museum Caroline Augusteum. . '' I f ' SB LIBRAE GUIDE... ...es- g a d e n after a short run. For centuries Austria, Ba- varia, and the Archbishopric jealously contested each with other for the possession of the...

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Salzburg

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...Salzburg Salzburg viewed from the Festung Hohensalzburg ... ... Salzburg ... ... State Salzburg District ... ...O World Heritage Site Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg Name... ...ly: "Salt Fortress") is the fourth-largest city in Austria and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. Salzburg's "Old Town"... ...stadt) is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. It was listed as a UN... ...Bavaria was secured in the late 14th century. Salzburg was the seat of the Archbishopric of Salzburg; a prince-bishopric of the Holy Roman Empire. As ... ... Mozart was born in Salzburg, capital of the Archbishopric of Salzburg, a former ecclesiastical principality in what is ... ... Electorate of Salzburg In 1803, the archbishopric was secularised by Emperor Napoleon and handed over to Ferdin...

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Mozart in Salzburg a Study and Guide

By: Max Kenyon

...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: MOZART IN SALZBURG Author: MAX KENYON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...... ... of the Mozart- Gemeinde, the Director of the Carolino Augusteum Museum in Salzburg, the Nationalbibliothek in Vienna, Miss Emily Anderson, M. Alfred ... ...llustrious S.R.I. Counts ofSCHRATTEN- BACH has come to the guidance of the Archbishopric of 3 o MOZART IN SALZBURG Salzburg " A 8 , the unimportant r... ...hopric for a subordinate but safer position in amuch larger and better run Archbishopric though we perhaps must not be quite certain that Ditters- dor... ...to suggest Hieronymus as a nominee to the inde- pendent and wealthy Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg which carried with it the titular Primacy of Germ...

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Salzburg (state)

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...Salzburg State of Austria ... ...ag Coat of arms ... ... Capital Salzburg Government ... ... Votes in Bundesrat 4 (of 62) Website ... ... Website www.salzburg.gv.at Salzburg (pronounced ; ... ...arian: Såizburg) is a state (Land) of Austria. It is officially named Land Salzburg, colloquially Salzburgerland, to distinguish it from its eponymous... ... Independence from Bavaria was secured in the late 14th century. The Archbishopric of Salzburg was an independent prince-bishopric and State of ...

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An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages, 375-814

By: Emerton, Ephraim, 1851-1935

...IM EMERTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE MIDDLE AGES (375-814) Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF TH... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...f the Church, but through the activity of Boniface the great bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Regensburg, and Pas- sau were established and filled by... ...ROPE IN THETIME OF CHARLEMAGNE. -Figures undernamesshow date offoundation. Archbishoprics in small capitals. Monasteries marked J Padferborn 793 Ffitz... ...ey to the problem seemed to be to fix on certain of the larger churches as archbishoprics, and give them authority over a fixed number of bishoprics, ... ... 226 FOUNDATION OF THE MEDIEVAL EMPIRE. It was in this way that the great archbishoprics, of The great Mainz for the Main valley and Eastern Sax- arc... ...e with Rome, 66; subdue Burgundy, 66; occupy Aquitaine, 67. Salic law, 63. Salzburg, bishopric of, 132; arch- bishopric, 226. Saxons, 24. Saxon war, 1...

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Duchy of Salzburg

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...Duchy of Salzburg Herzogtum Salzburg Crownland of the Au... ...erzogtum Salzburg Crownland of the Austrian Empire and later Austria-Hungary ... ... Flag Coat of arms ... ... Duchy of Salzburg within Austria-Hungary ... ... Duchy of Salzburg within Austria-Hungary ... ... Capital Salzburg Languages ... ...wns in the duchy included Zell am See and Gastein. The Archbishopric of Salzburg was secularized in 1803 as the Electorate of Salz... ...wns in the duchy included Zell am See and Gastein. The Archbishopric of Salzburg was secularized in 1803 as the Electorate of Salz...

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The Peasants War in Germany, 1525-1526

By: Bax, Ernest Belfort, 1854-1926

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...stricts gener- ally, Bavaria, Tyrol, and the Arch-episcopal territories of Salzburg, rose from Thuringia in the north to the Alpine lands in the south... ...Michael Gaismayr,_the intel- lectual leader of the revolt in Tyrol, in the Archbishopric of Salzburg, and in the Aus- trian hereditary territories gen... ..._the intel- lectual leader of the revolt in Tyrol, in the Archbishopric of Salzburg, and in the Aus- trian hereditary territories generally. Michael G... ... of operations was to proceed to the assistance of the insurgents in / the Archbishopric of Mainz and the Bishopric %/ of Wurzburg, and then by way of... ...d the Bishopric %/ of Wurzburg, and then by way of Frankfurt to invade the Archbishoprics of Trier and of\ Cologne. It was a favourite scheme of GotK ... ... progress of the movement in the eastern Austrian territories of Tyrol and Salzburg. We shall then briefly trace its fortunes in the western dependenc...

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Arno of Salzburg

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...Arno, Arn or Aquila (c. 750-821) was bishop of Salzburg, and afterwards its first archbishop . Early years He enter... ...Arno, Arn or Aquila (c. 750-821) was bishop of Salzburg, and afterwards its first archbishop . Early years He entered ... ... at an early age, and after passing some time at Freising became abbot of Elnon, or Saint-Amand Abbey as it was afterwards called, where he made... ...t-Amand Abbey as it was afterwards called, where he made the acquaintance of Alcuin . Carolingian Empire In 785 he was made bishop of Salzburg an... ...quaintance of Alcuin . Carolingian Empire In 785 he was made bishop of Salzburg and in 787 was employed by Tassilo III, duke of the Bavaria ns... ... the Frankish king, through whose Carolingian dynasty influence in 798 Salzburg was made the seat of an archbishopric; and Arno, as the first hold... ...se Carolingian dynasty influence in 798 Salzburg was made the seat of an archbishopric; and Arno, as the first holder of this office, became metrop... ... Arno appears to have withdrawn from active Iife, although he retained his archbishopric until his death on 24 January 821. Aided by a deacon named Be...

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An Introduction to the Study of the Middle Ages (375-814)

By: Emerton, Ephraim, 1851-1935

...IM EMERTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF THE MIDDLE AGES (375-814) Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF TH... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...f the Church, but through the activity of Boniface the great bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Regensburg, and Pas- sau were established and filled by... ...ey to the problem seemed to be to fix on certain of the larger churches as archbishoprics, and give them authority over a fixed number of bishoprics, ... ... 226 FOUNDATION OF THE MEDIAEVAL EMPIRE. It was in this way that the great archbishoprics, of The great Mainz for the Main valley and Eastern Sax- arc... ...e and instruction in all matters pertaining to its varied interests. These archbishoprics continued for centuries to be the cen- tres of the church li... ...e with Rome, 66; subdue Burgundy, 66; occupy Aquitaine, 67. Salic law, 63. Salzburg, bishopric of, 132; arch- bishopric, 226. Saxons, 24. Saxon war, 1...

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Ladislaus of Salzburg

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...Władysław of Salzburg also known as of Wroclaw (Polish: Władysław Salzburski or Władysław Wrocławski, Czech: Vl... ...ý, German: Wlodizlaus von Schlesien) (c. 1237 – 27 April 1270), was a Duke of Wroclaw since 1248 (as co-ruler of his brother and nephew), since 1255 C... ... since 1248 (as co-ruler of his brother and nephew), since 1255 Chancellor of Bohemia, since 1265 Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, from 1266 Regent of t... ...nephew), since 1255 Chancellor of Bohemia, since 1265 Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, from 1266 Regent of the entire Duchy of Wroclaw and since 1268 Bi... ...by Ottokar II he was elected Bishop of Passau in 1265 and Prince-Bishop of Salzburg in the same year, this time with consent of Pope Clement IV. The f... ... Władysław, of course, didn't accept this new post without sacrificing the Archbishopric of Salzburg, but thanks to his influence in Prague and Rome, ... ...urse, didn't accept this new post without sacrificing the Archbishopric of Salzburg, but thanks to his influence in Prague and Rome, was appointed apo...

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The Historical Geography of Europe : Volume 1

By: Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1823-1892

...TV Presented to the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY by the ONTARIO LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY 1980 ARTHUR POOLE & C... ... & CO. Law Booksellers, &c. - TORONTO - ONT. THE HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE VOL. I, THE HISTOEICAL GEOGKAPHY OF <~ $' BY EDWAED A. FEEEMAN... ...CAL GEOGKAPHY OF <~ $' BY EDWAED A. FEEEMAN, D.C.L., LL.D. HONORART PKLLOW Of TRDTITT COIXHOB, OXFORD IN TWO VOLUMES TOL - T-TEXT SECOND EDITION LONDO... ...a ; its relations towards the Palatinate and towards Austria ......... 221 Archbishopric of Salzburg . . . . . . .221 Lotharingia ; falling offfrom th... ... towards the Palatinate and towards Austria ......... 221 Archbishopric of Salzburg . . . . . . .221 Lotharingia ; falling offfrom the Empire ; the la... ...n the newly converted countries. As a rule, every kingdom had at least one archbishopric ; the smaller principalities, provinces, or other divisions, ... ...' created in the eighteenth century, while the older, though still modern, archbishopric went on beside it. But nominal patriarchates of this kind mus... ...ingdom spread to the north-east, new ecclesiastical provinces were formed. Salzburg, The bishopric of Salzburg became metropolitan under Charles the G... ...stical principality ofthe Arch- 11-1 rr77 i i* bishopric of archbishops 01 Salzburg in the extreme south-east. Salzburg. The old Loiharingian division...

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Electorate of Salzburg

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...e of Salzburg ( or Kursalzburg ), occasionally known as the Grand Duchy of Salzburg, was an electoral principality of the Holy Roman Empire fro... ...f Salzburg ( or Kursalzburg ), occasionally known as the Grand Duchy of Salzburg, was an electoral principality of the Holy Roman Empire from 1... ...e Holy Roman Empire from 1803–05, the short-lived successor state of the Salzburg Prince-Archbishopric . History In 1800 the territory ... ...Roman Empire from 1803–05, the short-lived successor state of the Salzburg Prince-Archbishopric . History In 1800 the territory of the ... ...om 1803–05, the short-lived successor state of the Salzburg Prince-Archbishopric . History In 1800 the territory of the Prince-Archbisho... ...Prince-Archbishopric had been occupied by French forces during the War of the Second Coalition, whereby Archbishop Count Hieronymus von Colloredo... ...f Eichstätt and Passau, his lands were reorganized as the Electorate of Salzburg, created for Ferdinand III of Habsburg-Lorraine, younger brother ... ...ke, on good terms with Napoleon, reached his compensation with the former Archbishopric in December 1802. The secularisation was accomplished, when P... ...e Peace of Pressburg signed on 26 December 1805. The lands of the former Archbishopric with Berchtesgaden passed to the Austrian Empire, while the ...

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An Introduction to the History of Christianity, A. D. 590-1314

By: Foakes Jackson, Frederick John, 1855-1941

...ON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, A. D. 590-1314 Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY ... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...a— Patriarchate ofAquileia. No archbishops in Central Italy. South Italian Archbishoprics. Spain — Ancient divisions and sees — Toledo — Tarragona — V... ...on of this unauthorized festival drew down a reproof from St. Bernard. The Archbishopric of Sens (Senones) in the twelfth century included Paris, whic... ...steries and relics of Tours made the city especially famous. The last four archbishoprics of Gaul still working from eastward to west were Treves, Col... ...y as an organizer began in Bavaria, where he set up the four bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Ratisbon and Passau (739). After the death of Charles M... ...leges; and, of course, the civil juris- diction of such prelates as Mainz, Salzburg and Magdeburg, to mention only metropolitan sees, were very extens... ... to his work among the Slavs to find that the German bishops of Passau and Salzburg were far from approving the action of the Pope. The deep-seated ha...

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Rupert of Salzburg

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...udbertus, Robert) (660?According to Catholic Encyclopedia, "The assumption of 660 as the year of his birth is very likely legendary." – 710) is ... ... a saint in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches and a founder of the Austrian city of Salzburg. He was a contemporary of Childebert III, ... ...tholic and Eastern Orthodox churches and a founder of the Austrian city of Salzburg. He was a contemporary of Childebert III, king of the Franks. Lif... ...e Austrian city of Salzburg. He was a contemporary of Childebert III, king of the Franks. Life Tradition states that Rupert was a of the Frankish roy... ...rt introduced education and other reforms. He promoted the salt mines of Salzburg, then the ruined Roman town of Juvavum, and made it his base and r... ... ruined Roman town of Juvavum, and made it his base and renamed the place "Salzburg." He reportedly died on Easter Sunday around 710. Veneration In ... ... of Saint Rupert Image:ThalerRupertus.jpgDetail of a medal produced by the Archbishopric of Salzburg in 1772 of Saint Rupert Image:Rupert-Salzburg.jpg...

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An Introduction to the History of Christianity, A. D. 590-1314

By: Foakes Jackson, Frederick John, 1855-1941

...ON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, A. D. 590-1314 Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY ... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ... — Patriarchate ofAquileia. No archbishops in Central Italy. South Italian Archbishoprics. Spain — Ancient divisions and sees — Toledo— Tarragona— Val... ...on of this unauthorized festival drew down a reproof from St. Bernard. The Archbishopric of Sens (Senones) in the twelfth century included Paris, whic... ...steries and relics of Tours made the city especially famous. The last four archbishoprics of Gaul still working from eastward to west were Treves, Col... ...y as an organizer began in Bavaria, where he set up the four bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Ratisbon and Passau (739). After the death of Charles M... ...leges; and, of course, the civil juris- diction of such prelates as Mainz, Salzburg and Magdeburg, to mention only metropolitan sees, were very extens... ... to his work among the Slavs to find that the German bishops of Passau and Salzburg were far from approving the action of the Pope. The deep-seated ha...

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Bavarian Circle

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An Introduction to the History of Christianity A. D. 590-1314

By: Foakes Jackson, Frederick John, 1855-1941

...ON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, A. D. 590-1314 Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY ... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...a Patriarchate of Aquileia. No archbishops in Central Italy. South Italian Archbishoprics. Spain Ancient divisions and sees Toledo Tarragona Valentia ... ...on of this unauthorized festival drew down a reproof from St. Bernard. The Archbishopric of Sens (Senones) in the twelfth century included Paris, whic... ...steries and relics of Tours made the city especially famous. The last four archbishoprics of Gaul still working from eastward to west were Treves, Col... ...y as an organizer began in Bavaria, where he set up the four bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Ratisbon and Passau (739). After the death of Charles M... ...leges; and, of course, the civil juris- diction of such prelates as Mainz, Salzburg and Magdeburg, to mention only metropolitan sees, were very extens... ... to his work among the Slavs to find that the German bishops of Passau and Salzburg were far from approving the action of the Pope. The deep-seated ha...

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Mühldorf (district)

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...aria, Germany . It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Landshut, Rottal-Inn, Altötting, Traunstein, Rosenheim, Ebersb... ...tting, Traunstein, Rosenheim, Ebersberg and Erding . History Most parts of the district have belonged to Bavaria from the 13th century on. Th... ...parts of the district have belonged to Bavaria from the 13th century on. The archbishopric of Salzburg possessed some estates in the region as wel... ...istrict have belonged to Bavaria from the 13th century on. The archbishopric of Salzburg possessed some estates in the region as well from the yea... ...ict have belonged to Bavaria from the 13th century on. The archbishopric of Salzburg possessed some estates in the region as well from the year 79... ... Coat of arms { valign=top The coat of arms displays:the heraldic lion of Salzburg the heraldic lion of the Electorate of the Palatinate Town... ...phy Freed, John B. Noble Bondsmen: Ministerial Marriages in the Archdiocese of Salzburg, 1100-1343. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995). Of...

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An Introduction to the History of Christianity : A. D. 590-1314

By: Foakes Jackson, Frederick John, 1855-1941

...ON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, 590-1314 Title: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF CHR... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...a Patriarchate of Aquileia. No archbishops in Central Italy. South Italian Archbishoprics. Spain Ancient divisions and sees Toledo Tarragona Valentia ... ...on of this unauthorized festival drew down a reproof from St. Bernard. The Archbishopric of Sens (Senones) in the twelfth century included Paris, whic... ...steries and relics of Tours made the city especially famous. The last four archbishoprics of Gaul still working from eastward to west were Treves, Col... ...y as an organizer began in Bavaria, where he set up the four bishoprics of Salzburg, Freising, Ratisbon and Passau (739). After the death of Charles M... ...ileges; and, of course, the civil juris diction of such prelates as Mainz, Salzburg and Magdeburg, to mention only metropolitan sees, were very extens... ... to his work among the Slavs to find that the German bishops of Passau and Salzburg were far from approving the action of the Pope. The deep-seated ha...

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Werfen

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...a market town in the St. Johann im Pongau District, in the Austria n state of Salzburg . The municipality comprises the cadstral communities (K... ...arket town in the St. Johann im Pongau District, in the Austria n state of Salzburg . The municipality comprises the cadstral communities (Katas... ...g . The municipality comprises the cadstral communities (Katastralgemeinden) of Reitsam, Scharten, Sulzau and Wimm. It is mainly known for medieval ... ... cave, the largest in the world. Geography Werfen is located in the northwest of the historic Pongau region, on the southern rim of the Berchtesgade... ...ated in the valley of the Salzach River, about 40 km south of the city of Salzburg . The Salzburg-Tyrol Railway line (Giselabahn) and the Taue... ...the river. History The settlement, one of the oldest markets in the former Archbishopric of Salzburg, arose south of the Burg Hohenwerfen, erected... ...ory The settlement, one of the oldest markets in the former Archbishopric of Salzburg, arose south of the Burg Hohenwerfen, erected from 1075 at the... ...bishop Count Leopold Anton von Firmian in 1731. With the lands of the former archbishopric, Werfen finally fell to the Austrian Empire after the ...

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Mozart

By: Breakspeare, Eustace John, B. 1854

....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...cators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and res... ...l responsibility. It is by special permission of the administration of the Salzburg Mozart Museum (who reserve all rights of repro- duction) that the ... ...ons PAGE ROOM IN WHICH MOZART WAS BORN . . facing 176 By permission of the Salzburg Mozart Museum PORTRAIT OF MOZART, PAINTED AT VIENNA, 1770, WHEN AB... ...NA, 1770, WHEN ABOUT FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE facing 2IO By permission of the Salzburg Mozart Museum FACSIMILE OF FIRST PAGE OF "DAS VEILCHEN" . 226 PORT... ...ised in 1802, at the Peace of Luneville ; and, at the present day, the old archbishopric (the city of Salzburg with its surrounding domain) has become...

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Karl II von Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn

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...iechtenstein-Kastelkorn (1623–1695) was a Catholic priest and prince-bishop. In 1655 he was ordained priest in the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg (a... ...astelkorn (1623–1695) was a Catholic priest and prince-bishop. In 1655 he was ordained priest in the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg (a part of today... ...elkorn (1623–1695) was a Catholic priest and prince-bishop. In 1655 he was ordained priest in the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg (a part of today's ... ...iest in the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg (a part of today's Austria). Between 1664 to 1695 he served as Prince-Bishop of Olomouc in the Moravia (a... ...ishop of Olomouc in the Moravia (a part of today's Czech Republic). A cultured man, he was among other things a collector of music, and maintained clo...

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The Historical Geography of Europe : Volume 1

By: Freeman, Edward Augustus, 1823-1892

... :> :> je>> ^ jg> > > > . » ^' >J >.«^ THE HISTORICAL GEOGEAPHY OF EUROPE VOL. I. LOXIXJX : PBINTBD BY 8P0TTISW00DE AND CO., NKW-STEEET Si... ...ND CO., NKW-STEEET Si^LAKS AMD rARMAlIKXT 8TUKKT THE HISTOEICAL GEOGRAPHY OF EUEOPE BY EDWARD A. FREEMAX, D.C.L., LL.D. HONORAnV FBLLOW OF THINITT CO... ...ow several years since this book was begun. It has been delayed by a crowd of causes, by a temporary loss of strength, by enforced absence from Englan... ...the Palatinate and towards Austria . . . . . . . . .215 Arch I)ishopric of Salzburg . . . . . . .215 Lotharingia ; falling offfrom the Empire ; the la... ...n the newly converted countries. As a rule, every kingdom had at least one archbishopric; the smaller principalities, provinces, or other divisions be... ... Bamberg, 1007. The three ecclesiasti- cal Electors and Arch- chancellors. Salzburg, 798. Bremen or Hamburg, 788. 1223. Magde- burg, UC8. rank cut it ... ...the beginning immediately dependent on the see of Eoine. These three great archbishopricks of the frontier land, all ofwhose sees were on the Gauhsh s... ... north-east, new ecclesiastical provinces were formed. The bishop- rick of Salzburg became metropolitan under Charles the Great, with a province stret... ...emporal things, and knew him only as its spiritual shepherd. Such were the archbishopric of Bremen and the bishopiic of Lii- beck, principalities whic...

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Sobetinci

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... [1] Sobetinci is a settlement in the Municipality of Markovci in northeastern Slovenia. I... ...y of Markovci in northeastern Slovenia. Its earliest known mention in written documents comes from an urbarium of the Archbishopric of Salzburg dating... ...rkovci in northeastern Slovenia. Its earliest known mention in written documents comes from an urbarium of the Archbishopric of Salzburg dating to 132... ...stern Slovenia. Its earliest known mention in written documents comes from an urbarium of the Archbishopric of Salzburg dating to 1322. The area is pa... ...s from an urbarium of the Archbishopric of Salzburg dating to 1322. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Styria. It is now included wit...

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A Short History of Germany and Her Colonies

By: Phillips, W. Alison (Walter Alison), 1864-1950; Headlam, James Wycliffe, 1863-1929 Joint Author; Holland, Arthur William, Joint Author

...v/^-^i The Great Elector. Frederick W'ii.mam I., tlic "Groat KIcctor "" of Hi-aiulcnhiirj;. lioi-n \6'20. Jictl ItiSS, made himself independent of ... ...tl ItiSS, made himself independent of Swedes and Poles, founded the aiMiiy of Brandenburj^-PrLissia, and in every way performed services to his countr... ...y way performed services to his country which can hardly be exajjjjerated. Of him Frederick the Great saiil : "Messieurs; cclui-la a fait de jjrandes ... ...ritories occupied by the five ancient German tribes, and included the five archbishoprics of Mainz, Treves (Trier), Cologne, Salzburg and Bremen. When... ...s, and included the five archbishoprics of Mainz, Treves (Trier), Cologne, Salzburg and Bremen. When Louis died in 876 his kingdom was di\4ded among h... ... bishoprics of Brandenburg and Havelberg. In his later years he set up the archbishopric of Magdeburg, which took in the sees of Meissen, Zeitz and Me... ...he Poles, from his vague allegiance to the German kings, and he founded an archbishopric at Gnesen, thus freeing the Polish sees from the authority of... ...any. He was fully occupied in restoring order in Saxony, in the diocese of Salzburg and elsewhere ; in adding to his hereditary lands ; in negotiating... ...l about this time in restoring their faith in the bishoprics of Wiirzburg, Salzburg, Bamberg, Paderborn, Minden and Osnabriick. Another dispute also e...

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Hallein

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...Hallein is a historic town in the Austrian state of Salzburg, the capital of the Hallein district. It is located in the Ten... ...Hallein is a historic town in the Austrian state of Salzburg, the capital of the Hallein district. It is located in the Tennen... ...ital of the Hallein district. It is located in the Tennengau region south of the City of Salzburg, along the Salzach river in the shadow of the Unter... ...lein district. It is located in the Tennengau region south of the City of Salzburg, along the Salzach river in the shadow of the Untersberg massif, n... ... of the Untersberg massif, near the border with Germany. With a population of c. 19, 500, Hallein is the second largest town of the Salzburg state. ... ...With a population of c. 19, 500, Hallein is the second largest town of the Salzburg state. History Long known for the Hallein Salt Mine in the Dürr... ... of salt at Hallein became crucial for the economic wealth of the Salzburg Archbishopric, competing the saline at Reichenhall in Bavaria. Archbishop K...

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The History of Germany : From the Earliest Period to the Present Time : Volume 1

By: Menzel, Wolfgang, 1798-1873; Horrocks, George, Mrs.

...uc unie^ci i amcoiic \ur\oue Awn dciuiaimc r>r THF RPV RORFP' dc/j^M' -) 2 OF THE "^ BY 9^H.£.C^f^^ ^' ^< a ; 4 i) rruw 1) *. 30nil.l.c.n -J '".Y"' lu... ..."Ipliigc 46. SCHLEGEL'S LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY. 47. LAMARTINES HISTORY OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OF 1848. 48 & 50. JUNIUS'S LETTERS, witli Notes, A... ...d by the Kkv. A. J. \V. .Mokkison. 8 Vols. With Jnde.x. 54. NEANDER'S LIFE OF CHRIST. 57, 64. NEANDER'S PLANTING OF CHRISTIANITY, Si ANTlGNOSTiKUS, 3 ... ...t, Rhaetia, which extended from the sources of the Rhine and the Danube to Salzburg and Ratisbon. The capital of this great province, which was connec... ...wer Danube. 2nd, Noricum, to the east of Rhaetia, with the cities Juvavia, Salzburg ; Lintia, Linz ; Celeja, Cilly, etc. 3rd, Pannonia, which extended... ...ties or planets were wor- shipped, and founded the celebrated bishopric of Salzburg. CHARLES MARTELL. 219 At first the wild mountaineers would not li... ...hleswig, Biepen, and Aarhus into bishoprics, under the jurisdiction of the archbishopric of Hamburg, a. d. 948, A victory was, during the same year, g... ...in common with all the other bishop- rics, rendered dependent on the great archbishopric of Mag- deburg, a city greatly beautified by the emperor, wit... ...ard) of Halberstadt, imagining himself injured by the erection of this new archbishopric, [a., d. 968,] rebelled ; he was taken pri- soner; but seizin...

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Anif

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... Coat of arms ... ... State Salzburg District ... ... District Salzburg-Umgebung Government... ... Website www.anif.salzburg.at Anif is a municipality of ... ...if.salzburg.at Anif is a municipality of Salzburg-Umgebung District in the Austrian state of Salzburg. ... ... Geography It is located at the southern city limits of Salzburg. In the south, it borders on Hallein District. Anif is one of t... ...dates back to the Hallstatt era. For centuries the village belonged to the Archbishopric of Salzburg. The present-day St Oswald Church was supervised ... ...dates back to the Hallstatt era. For centuries the village belonged to the Archbishopric of Salzburg. The present-day St Oswald Church was supervised ...

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The History of Germany : From the Earliest Period to the Present Time : Volume 1

By: Menzel, Wolfgang, 1798-1873

... BO A 8BBI THELIBRARY OF THEUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE VRIES. ,DEN, 3, PEINTKB IN ,UME Bacon's dom o Hen... ...vols. Dd Correspondence. al Works, flates. , J'lata. seey. J'lates. the Duke of 'is. in 3 vols. isof Marlborough's !.6d. the House of Jl 4 vols. ititu... ...ister'g Apprentice- ' ship. Gregory's (Dr.) Evidences, Doctrines, and Duties of the Christian Religion. Guizot's Representative Government. Tninslated... ...1st, Rhastia, which extended from the sources of the Rhine and the Danube to Salzburg and Ratisbon. The capital of this great province, which was conn... ...Lower Danube. 2nd, Noricum, to the east of Rhaitia, with the cities Juvavia, Salzburg ; Lintia, Linz ; Celeja, Cilly, etc. 3rd, Pannonia, which extend... ...eities or planets were wor- shipped, and founded the celebrated bishopric of Salzburg. CHARLES MARTELL. 219 At first the wild mountaineers would not ... ...Schleswig, Biepen, and Aarhus into bishoprics, under the jurisdiction of the archbishopric of Hamburg, A. D. 948. A victory was, during the same year,... ..., in common with all the other bishop- rics, rendered dependent on the great archbishopric of Mag- deburg, a city greatly beautified by the emperor, w... ...hard) of Halberstaclt, imagining himself injured by the erection of this new archbishopric, [A. D. 968,] rebelled ; he was taken pri- soner; but seizi...

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Hohenwerfen Castle

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... Hohenwerfen Castle stands high above the Austria n town of Werfen in the Salzach valley, approximately 40 km south of Sa... ...ia n town of Werfen in the Salzach valley, approximately 40 km south of Salzburg . The castle is surrounded by the Berchtesgaden Alps and the... ...d the adjacent Tennengebirge mountain range. The fortification is a "sister" of Hohensalzburg Castle both dated from the 11th century. History Th... ...tween 1075 and 1078 during the Imperial Investiture Controversy by the order of Archbishop Gebhard of Salzburg as a strategic bulwark atop a 15... ... the Imperial Investiture Controversy by the order of Archbishop Gebhard of Salzburg as a strategic bulwark atop a 155 m high rock. Gebhard, a... ...tiking Rudolf of Rheinfelden, had three major castles extended to secure the Salzburg archbishopric against the forces of King Henry IV : Hohenwer... ...udolf of Rheinfelden, had three major castles extended to secure the Salzburg archbishopric against the forces of King Henry IV : Hohenwerfen, Hohe...

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Joseph Ii

By: F. Franck Bright

...ww.WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and... ...raphies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve th... ...ducators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well as offer a variety of services and r... ... this visit, the pope refused to ratify his nomination of Herberstein to the archbishopric of Laibach, Kaunitz, by his direction, replied that "the op... ...o the pope." He even, in reply to the Elector of Mainz and the Archbishop of Salzburg, who complained that the appointment of a new nuncio at Munich w... ... taken up by the great bishops of Germany; and the holders of the four great archbishoprics, Mainz, Salzburg, Trier, and Coin, 1780-90 JOSEPH'S REFOR... ...bishops of Germany; and the holders of the four great archbishoprics, Mainz, Salzburg, Trier, and Coin, 1780-90 JOSEPH'S REFORMS 137 adopted in solem... ...arger question should go arrangements for the acquisition of the district of Salzburg. In May 1784, he wrote to Kaunitz declaring his determination to...

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Gmünd, Carinthia

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...Gmünd in Kärnten (Slovene: Sovodenj) is a historic town in the district of Spittal an der Drau, in the Austrian state of Carinthia. ... ... The municipality is situated on the southeastern rim of the Ankogel Group of the Hohe Tauern range, part of the Central Eastern ... ...nge, part of the Central Eastern Alps. The old town lies within the valley of the Lieser river, a left tributary of the Drava. In the west the Malta V... ... Gmünd has access to the Tauern Autobahn (A 10) from Salzburg to Villach. The nearest train station is on the Tauern Railway lin... ...e Roman road leading from the Drava valley via Katschberg Pass to Iuvavum (Salzburg), the town of Gmünd was probably founded by Archbishop Eberhard II... ...burg), the town of Gmünd was probably founded by Archbishop Eberhard II of Salzburg, as it was first documented in a 1252 deed. It was laid out as a s... ...st documented in a 1252 deed. It was laid out as a southern outpost of the archbishopric within the Duchy of Carinthia, a market was mentioned in 1273...

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A Popular History of Germany, From the Earliest Period to the Present Day : Vol. 2

By: Zimmermann, Wilhelm, 1807-1878

...ZIMMERMANN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF GERMANY, VOL. II Title: A POPULAR HISTORY OF GERMANY, VOL. II Autho... ....WorldLibrary.net is an effort to preserve and disseminate classic works of literature, serials, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and o... ...phies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the ... ...p-backed—Conversion of the South Slaves to Christianity—Alcuin—Amo and the Archbishopric of Salzburg—Opening of Commerce with the East—Campaign of Cha... ...on of the South Slaves to Christianity—Alcuin—Amo and the Archbishopric of Salzburg—Opening of Commerce with the East—Campaign of Charles against the ... ...BACKED —CONVERSION OF THE SOUTH SLAVES TO CHRISTIANITY—ALCUIN—ARNO AND THE ARCHBISHOPRIC OF SALZBURG—OPENING OF COMMERCE WITH THE EAST —CAMPAIGN OF CH... ...N OF THE SOUTH SLAVES TO CHRISTIANITY—ALCUIN—ARNO AND THE ARCHBISHOPRIC OF SALZBURG—OPENING OF COMMERCE WITH THE EAST —CAMPAIGN OF CHARLES AGAINST THE... ...s not gone before." Alcuin's friend and spiritual disciple, Bishop Arno of Salzburg, was the chief agent, the active apostle to the heathen, who, work... ...ns and Avars to Christianity. Charles, there- fore, raised Salzljurg to an archbishopric, that is, in the spring of 798 he procured its elevation by t...

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Katschberg Pass

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... Location of Katschberg Pass ... ...ft)) is a high mountain pass in the Central Eastern Alps in Austria between Rennweg am Katschberg in the state of Carinthia and Sankt Michael im Lunga... ...Eastern Alps in Austria between Rennweg am Katschberg in the state of Carinthia and Sankt Michael im Lungau in Salzburg. ... ... It connects the Carinthian Katsch Valley in the south with the historic Lungau region of Salzburg (present-day Tamsweg distri... ... It connects the Carinthian Katsch Valley in the south with the historic Lungau region of Salzburg (present-day Tamsweg district)... ...he north, from where the road leads further on to the Radstädter Tauern Pass. The federal state border between Salzburg and Carinthia runs along the t... ...m (Salzburg), it was first mentioned in a 1459 deed, then at the border between the Duchy of Carinthia and the Archbishopric of Salzburg. Mail was fir...

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Revolutionary Europe, 1789-1815

By: Stephens, Henry Morse, 1857-1919

... Elizabeth, 1603. /\s. Period II. — To Victoria, 1896. 4^. An Advanced History of England. For use in Colleges and Upper P'orms of Schools. By Cyril R... ...use in Colleges and Upper P'orms of Schools. By Cyril Ransome, M.A., Professor of Modern History and English Literature, Yorkshire College, Victoria U... ...he plan ofMr. Ransome's history, we think he has certainly carried out his aim of bringing out the prominence of leading events, by full treatment and... ...n- siderable territories, and ofwhom the most important were the Archbishop of Salzburg, the Bishops of Bamberg, Augsburg, Wiirtzburg, Spires,Worms, S... ... college was held alternately by the Archduke of Austria and the Archbishop of Salzburg. The third or inferior college College of was that of the free... ...nt Augustus of Limburg, Bishop of Spires, Count Jerome CoUoredo, Archbishop of Salzburg, and the Baron of Plettenberg, Abbot of Miinster. One curious ... ..., the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Fer- dinand, who, as has been said, was given the Archbishopric of Salzburg, with the title of Elector, and the Duke of M... ...on of sees was agreed to, and France was divided into fifty bishoprics and ten archbishoprics. It was agreed by the Concordat, which was signed betwee... ...shop Elector of Mayence in the time of the Revolution. He had succeeded to the Archbishopric 26o European History^ 1804- 1808 in 1802, and in 1803, o...

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Zederhaus

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... Coat of arms ... ... Austria State Salzburg ... ... www.zederhaus.gv.at Zederhaus is a municipality of the Tamsweg District in the Austrian... ... Zederhaus is a municipality of the Tamsweg District in the Austrian state of Salzburg. ... ... Geography The Zederhaus Valley is located in the northwestern part of the Salzburg Lungau region, on the s... ... Geography The Zederhaus Valley is located in the northwestern part of the Salzburg Lungau region, on the southern... ... area possibly was not settled until the 14th century. Until the 1803 Secularisation it belonged to the Prince-Archbishopric of Salzburg. ...

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Revolutionary Europe, 1789-1815

By: Stephens, Henry Morse, 1857-1919

... Elizabeth, 1603. 4s. Period II.—To Victoria, 1895. 4^-. An Advanced History of England. For use in Colleges and Upper Forms of Schools. By Cyril Rans... ...se in Colleges and Upper Forms of Schools. By Cyril Ransome, M.A., Professor of Modern History and English Literature, Yorkshire College, Victoria Uni... ... plan ofMr. Ransome's history, we think he has certainly carried out his aim of bringing out the prominence of leading events, by full treatment and c... ... siderable territories, and ofwhom the most important were the Archbishop of Salzburg, the Bishops of Bamberg, Augsburg, Wiirtzburg, Spires,Worms, Str... ...ollege was held alternately by the Archduke of Austria and the Archbishop of Salzburg. The third or inferior college College of ^^'^s that of the free... ...Augustus of Limburg, Bishop of Spires, Count Jerome Colloredo, Archbishop of Salzburg, and the Baron of Plettenberg, Abbot of Miinster. One curious po... ...the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Fer- dinand, who, as has been said, was given the Archbishopric of Salzburg, with the title of Elector, and the Duke of Mod... ... of sees was agreed to, and France was divided into fifty bishoprics and ten archbishoprics. It was agreed by the Concordat, which was signed between ... ...op Elector of Mayence in the time of the Revolution. He had succeeded to the Archbishopric 26o European History, 1804-1808 in 1802, and in 1803, on t...

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