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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Edw. 4. Ladislaus, king of Hungarie, Boheme and Austria, enemy to religion.

    containe these principall townes in them.The large dominiō of Ladislaus. AVstria, called once, Pa-nonia superior.Vienna, whiche was be-sieged of the 1533.Melek.Neustat, noua Ciuitas.Gretz.S. Hypolit. HVNgaria, which was oncecalled Pannonia inferior.Buda. Ofen.Strigonium.Kalachia.Varadinum.Nitria.Nicopolis. Noua.Agria. Vetus Agria. BOhemia.Praga.Pilzen.Thabor. Buduuis.Kolin. or Kœlu.Egra.Kuttenberg.Leimiritz. Lintz

    K. Edward. 4. Austria. Vngaria. Bohemia.

    K. Edward. 4. Austria. Vngaria. all Europe: in whom. iij. mighty kyngdomes were conioyned and combyned together, Austria, Vungaria, and Bohemia: whiche countreys doo lye Southeast fromEngland, in the farthest partes of all Germany, toward Constantinople, and the

    K. Edw. 4. Fredericus. 2. Troubles in Hungary, Boheme, and Austria.

    K. Edw. 4. Fredericus. 2. Troubles in Hungary, Boheme, and Austria. Lintz.Stein.Haynberg.Kremsz.Karolsburg.Toben.Kotzo.Raba.Lindenburg. ¶ To Austria be ad-ioynyng also certayneProuinces and earle-domes, as Stiria.Carinthia.Croaia. Prouinces. Cilicia.Tyrolētz. Earledomes Agria.Orszauw.Bossen.Sabaria. ¶ This Vngaria, was first cal-led Pannonia, or Pœonia.After the cōmyng of

    K. Edward. 4. Fredericus 2. George Pogiebracius. Troubles in Hung. Boh. and Austria.

    K. Edward. 4. Fredericus 2. George Pogiebracius. Troubles in Hung. Boh. and Austria.and wythin 36. houres died, some say of a Pestilent sore in hys grine, some say of poyson.The death of king Ladislaus. But howe so euer it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M-,Y 1.-Ihe6 Archduke Charles has pro- ceeded. through Charn towards Budieis, in order to direct Isllix mllarch: from thence to Lintz, or More easterly ott the Danube. -Genem Hillier, :ith the 5th and 6th corps of the army, will take Subscribers-only content

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    coiifl- dance, that the French had grossyn misreprysatd the firt fLrtunes of the campaign, that the Austrians hao'gainred- adecidedvictoiy at Lintz, and of coursethat thewh-ol asplert of the war was -&tOd'; iut- acordig ito the ilate'st intelligeuice'whFirh arivnte iestaeidayvaffieruooa 'from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dragoons; and tbree companies of French Yoltigears; attacked and pursued the enemy to Neumark, The Duke of Rivoli arrived at Lintz on theSd. The-Arch- dake Lewis and Gen. llilleri with the remains of thoir.corps, reinforced by a reserve of grenadiers4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to multiply obstacles. The Duke of Auerstadtremained before Ritisbon whilst Prince Charles Bohemia. Immediately-after he- proceeded to Passau and Lintz on the right bank of the Da- Uove aind gained four mnarches on the Prince. The corps of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attacked Gen Vandamme at the village of Urfar, in front of the bridgte-head at Lintz. At the same moment the Prince of Ponto Corvs came to Lintz with the cavalry ard the first brigade of Saxon infantry. Gen. Vandammae, at Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 November 1800, 13 November 1800

    in confequence of the rapid March of the French Armies having not been forefeen. Thus Afoppo, Palmanova, Venice, Verona, and Lintz, had been neglected; every Day their Fortifica¬ tions are repairing. Ulm, Ingolfladt, although block¬ aded, are improving their Means Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 9 October 1806

    baggage, horfes, &c. 9°. The four regiments of dragoons attached to the firft army, fiiall receive at Brunn, or at Lintz, a leimburfemeat of dragoon fwords, to. the amount of about 3,000. It is moreover agreed, that all other objefts Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 17 January 1816

    Highness Prince Metter- nich acquainted us, that a M. de Strassant, who had been stopped, on his way hither, at Lintz, from not having been furnished with proper passports, had addressed a letter to his Imperial Majesty, and there¬ with Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Rhine-bridge, Neu- burg, Manheim, Mentz, Caub, Coblentz, Andernach, Lintz, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Ruhrort, Wesel, Lobith, Vreeswyk and Tiel; (b.) For the passage upwards: Gorcum, Tiel, Krimpen, Vreeswyk, Emmerich, Wesel, Ruhrort, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Lintz, Andernach, Coblentz, Caub, Mentz, Manheim, Neuburg, Strass¬ burg Subscribers-only content

    Papers Relative to the Commencement of Negotiations for Peace with France., 14 November 1800

    Etat, parceque la Marche rapide des Armees Fran$aifes n'avaient pas ete prevue. Ainfi Afoppo, Palma Nova, Ve- nife, Veronne, et Lintz, avaient ete negligees; chaque Jours leurs Fortifications fe relevent. Ulm, Ingolftadt, quoque Bloquees amelio- rent leur defenfive: et e'eft Subscribers-only content


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