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Definition of Salzburg

  • city in western Austria; a music center and birthplace of Mozart

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They were Germans, belonging to the Archbishopric of Salzburg, then the most eastern district of Bavaria, but now a province of Austria.
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Their ancestors, the Vallenges of Piedmont, had been compelled by the barbarities of the Dukes of Savoy to find a shelter from the storms of persecution in the Alpine passes and vales of Salzburg and the Tyrol, before the Reformation; and frequently since, they had been hunted out by the hirelings and soldiery of the Church of Rome, and condemned for their faith to tortures of the most cruel and revolting kind.
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One of these is a corner cupboard of rosewood, inlaid with engraved silver, part of the design being a shield with the arms of an Elector of Cologne; there is also a pair of somewhat similar cabinets from the Bishop's Palace at Salzburg.
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The Netherlands Spain Revolution, The French Revival of Art in France Ricardo, Mr. Halsey Richardson's "Studies" Riesener, Court Ebeniste Robinson, Mr. G.T., quoted Rococo Style, the Rogers, Harry, work of Roman Furniture Ruskin, Mr., quoted Russian Woodwork St. Augustine's Chair St. Giles', Bloomsbury St. Peter's Chairs St. Peter's Church St. Saviour's Chapel Sallust, House of Salting, Mr., collection of Salzburg, Bishop's Palace at Sandringham House, referred to Saracenic Art Sarto, Andrea del Satinwood, introduction of Scandinavian Woodwork Science and Art Department, The Scott, Sir Walter, reference to Screens, Louis XV.
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Under such pressure this scientific truth seems to have disappeared for nearly two hundred years; but by the eighth century the sphericity of the earth had come to be generally accepted among the leaders of thought, and now the doctrine of the antipodes was again asserted by a bishop, Virgil of Salzburg.
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For Virgil of Salzburg, see Neander's History of the Christian Church, Torrey's translation, vol.
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On the Catholic side sufficient warrant for this work was found in the bull of Pope Innocent VIII, and the bishops' palaces of south Germany became shambles,-the lordly prelates of Salzburg, Wurzburg, and Bamberg taking the lead in this butchery.
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In the fifteenth century the Council of the Church at Salzburg excluded from communion and burial any who took interest for money, and this was a very general rule throughout Germany.
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For the Salzburg decrees, see Zillner, Salzburgusche Culturgeschichte, p. 232; and for Germany generally, see Neumann, Geschichte des Wuchers in Deutschland, Halle, 1865, especially pp.
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But the quietness which they then enjoyed for nearly half a century was rudely broken in upon by Leopold, Count of Firmian and Archbishop of Salzburg, who determined to reduce them to the Papal faith and power.
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Bloomsbury St. Peter's Chairs St. Peter's Church St. Saviour's Chapel Sallust, House of Salting, Mr., collection of Salzburg, Bishop's Palace at Sandringham House, referred to Saracenic Art Sarto, Andrea del Satinwood, introduction of Scandinavian Woodwork Science and Art Department, The Scott, Sir Walter, reference to Screens, Louis XV.
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Always and ever thine R. W. 270. SALZBURG, October 9th, 1858.
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In order to carry out our original plan, and assert our rights even against the bad weather, we have come to Salzburg, and shall be back at Weymar in about a week.
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The innkeepers at very important places will receive for these purposes bills of exchange on Salzburg, Klagenfurth, and Trieste; and each of us three, Hofer, Speckbacher, and I, will take home with us one hundred and twenty ducats to be distributed among the innkeepers.
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Marquis von Chasteler will march from Carinthia into the Puster valley; General Hiller is moving from Salzburg toward the Lower Inn valley; the former thinks he will reach Brixen in the course of four days; the latter says he will be at Innspruck within the same time.
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The old footman sitting in the hall received her kindly, and told her, in reply to her inquiry, that the castellan, old Baron von Hohenberg, had set out early in the morning for Salzburg to attend court, but that his daughter and her cousin, Captain Ulrich von Hohenberg, were lunching in the small dining-room up-stairs.
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But I tell you now, the insurrection has broken out; the whole Tyrol is rising; all our people are in commotion from Innspruck down to Salzburg.
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Tell him now in my name that the Austrians are coming up from Salzburg and that I have done my duty and redeemed my pledge.
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No sooner had I done so, than I was ordered to advance again toward the Southern Tyrol, march upon Villach and Salzburg, unite with Jellachich, form a connection with Field-Marshal Giulay, and operate with them in the rear of the enemy, who was already in the immediate neighborhood of Vienna.
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And he who gave me these orders did not know that Jellachich had in the meantime been beaten at Wurzl; that Villach had been occupied by the French; that I was not in the rear of the enemy, but that the enemy was in my rear; be did not or would not know that the Viceroy of Italy was in my rear with thirty-six thousand men, and that the Duke of Dantzic was in front of my position at Salzburg.
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Examples of Salzburg

Example #1
The Salzburgers, referred to by name in the proposals of the Georgia Trustees, were, at this time, very much upon the mind and heart of Protestant Europe.
Example #2
Their ancestors, the Vallenges of Piedmont, had been compelled by the barbarities of the Dukes of Savoy to find a shelter from the storms of persecution in the Alpine passes and vales of Salzburg and the Tyrol, before the Reformation; and frequently since, they had been hunted out by the hirelings and soldiery of the Church of Rome, and condemned for their faith to tortures of the most cruel and revolting kind.
Example #3
In 1684-6, they were again threatened with an exterminating persecution; but were saved in part by the intervention of the Protestant States of Saxony and Brandenburg, though more than a thousand emigrated on account of the dangers to which they were exposed.
Example #4
They were Germans, belonging to the Archbishopric of Salzburg, then the most eastern district of Bavaria, but now a province of Austria.
Example #5
These are of German work, early eighteenth century, and have evidently been designed after Boule's productions.
Example #6
There is evidence of this in a great many examples of the work of Flemish, German, English, and Spanish cabinet makers, and there are one or two which may be easily referred to which it is worth while to mention.