Confederation of the Rhine

Confederation of the Rhine, a confederation of 16 German States, which in 1806 dissolved their connection with Germany and leagued with France, and which lasted till disaster overtook Napoleon in Russia, and then broke up; the Germanic Confederation, or union of all the States, took its place, till it too was dissolved by the defeat of Austria in 1866, and which gave ascendency to Prussia and ensured the erection of the German empire on its ruins.

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

Confederate States * Conference
Condé, Henry I., Prince of
Condé, House of
Condé, Louis I., Prince of
Condé, Louis II., Prince of
Condé, Louis Joseph, Prince de
Condillac, Étienne Bonnot
Conditional Immortality
Condorcet, Marquis de
Confederate States
Confederation of the Rhine
Confessions of Faith
Confessions of Rousseau
Confessions of St. Augustine
Congé d'élire
Congo, French
Congo Free State