Augsburg

Augsburg (Augs`burg) , a busy manufacturing and trading town on the Lech, in Bavaria, once a city of great importance, where in 1531 the Protestants presented their Confession to Charles V., and where the peace of Augsburg was signed in 1555, ensuring religious freedom.

Population (circa 1900) given as 75,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Au`gier, Émile * Augsburg Confession
Au`dubon, John James
Au`enbrugger
Au`erbach, Bertholo
Au`ersperg, Count von
Auf`recht, Theodor
Aufklärung, The
Auge`as
Auger
Au`gereau, Pierre François Charles
Au`gier, Émile
Augs`burg
Augsburg Confession
Augurs
August
Augusta
Augustan Age
Augusti
Augustin
Au`gustine, St.
Augustinians
Augustus

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