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Arc de
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Argent

Argovi
A.
Alpbach. 113

Arly, v
Alpenstock. 153.
AAR, river. 114. 126.

- ils uses xli.
falls of. 116.

Alpine horn. 110.
-river, junction of, with Limmat Alpulila, Julia. 164

- to
and Reuss. 20

-Byron's lines on. 164
- source of. 119.

Alpnacht. 79.
Aarau. 19

slide of. 79.
Aarberg. 10–165.

Alpine passes. xlviii. Singing Is.
Aarburg. 17.

Alp born. Ix.
Abries. 478.

ALPS, first view of them from the
Adelboden. 144

Jura. xliii. Panoramas of, sliy.
Adula, monte. 301.

Near views of. xlv. Roads over.
Agnes, queen of Hungary, foun-

xlviii.
der of Königsfelden. 21. Her. Altdorf. 131.
cruelty 22.

Altdorf, tower of. 132.
Agno. 313.

Allenberg. 93.
Aigle. L' 211.

Alstetten 238
Aiguebellelte 452.

Ainadeus VIII 215.
Aigueblanche. 339.

Amsteg. 133
Aiguille, the 420.

Andeer. 291.
Aimaville . 376. Roman acque- Andelfingen. 32
duct. 376

An der Lenk. 151.
Aime (Axuma). 442.

Andermalt. 130.
Airolo. 137. 139–143.

-or Urseren. 136.
Aix les Bains. 435. Mineral and -* to Coire by the Oberalp. 276,
other springs of. 435.

Anet or Ins. 166.
Alagna 330

Angrona, valley of. 476.
Albenga. 494.

Annecy. 431-434.
Albens. 435-437.

- le Vieux. 434.
Albert, emperor of Austria, mur- Annemasse 396.
dered 21.

Antigorio, val. 122.
Albinen, village of. 149.

Anzasca. val. 333–336 Beanly of
Albis Wirthshaus. 48.

its scenery, and superior con-
-hill. 48.

dition of its peasantry. 336–
Albula pass. 280.

338.
Alby, 435.

AOSTA, VAL D'. 318-357.
Algaby. 225.

to Turin. 356.
Allée Blanche 426.

* to Martigny and the Great St.
Allenlüften. 162.

Bernard. 368.
Almengal. 342.

* to St Branchier

Wir
Avenc
Avent
Aufna
Angst
Alting

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Agbor
Auror
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Bacha
Bader
Bagne

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Ba

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Balo
Balo
Balm

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Bard
Bart

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by the valley of Bagnes and col | Basel. 1.
de Fenêtre 374.

BASLB, 1. Cathedral, 1. Council
to Ponte. 376.

of, 2. Public library, 2. Collec-
PPBNZELL CANTON. 248.

lion of the works of Holbein, 3.
village. 250.

University, 3. Dance of Death,
to St. Gall. 248.

3. Political dissensions, 5. Pub-
Arbedo. 303.

lic conveyances, 6.
Arbon. 234.

to Bienne, by the Münster
Arc de Zan. 146.

Thal. 6.
Arenenberg. 29.

to Schaffhausen. 10.
A rête Blanche. 346.

--to Soleure, by the Ober Hauen-
Argentière. 485.

stein. 11.
Argovie. 19.

to Lucerne, by the Unter
Arly, valley of the. 429.

Hauenstein. '16.
e Arnaud, Henry. 472–474.

to Aaraul. 19.
* Arona. 230. Colossus of San Car- to Zurich. 20.
lo. 230.

Basle Campagne. 6–11.
to Varallo. 320.

Baths of Baden. 23.
Arpenaz, Nant d'. 399.

Gais. 249.
**b Arih. 47–56.

- Grange (Grenchen). 16.
Arve,junction with

the Rhone193. Heinrichsbad. 252.
- source of the. 421.

· Leuk. 147.
Pro Arveyron, source of. 414.

- Loèche. 147.
A VALANCHES. xxxix. Danger Pfeffers. 239.

from, xci. Varieties of. cx. Rosenlaui. 111.
Catastrophes arisig from. xci. Schintznach. 23.
Wind of. xciii.

Slachel berg. 256.
Avenches. 163.

Weissbad. 250
Aventicum. 163.

Batterkinden. 87.

Batz, value of. xiv.
Jip, 1082 Aufnau, isle of. 41.
10

Baveno. 228.
Attinghausen, the birth place of - to Varallo. 325.
Walter Fürst 132.

Bedrelto, val. 139–143.
Aubonne. 180.

-, hamlet of. 143.
Auxonne. 181.

Bears of Berne. 92.
Ayent. 152.

Beatus, cave of. 98.

Beaufort, Maxime de. 429.
B.

Beauvoisin, Pont. 454.
Bellagio. 314.

Bellegarde. 195.
Bachalp. 110.

Belgirate. 230.
Baden baths. 23.'

Bellenz. 304.
Bagnes, valley and inundation. Bellinzona, 304. Castles. 304.
369. Mode of preventing a si- to Magadino and Locarno. 305.
milar catastrophe, 372.

to Lugano, by Mont Cenere.
46 Bakewell's Tour in the Taren- 309.

taise,” extract from. 433. _* to Splügen and Coire, by the
Ballstliál. 12.

pass of the Bernardin. 305.
Balmat, Jacques. 409.

Beresal, 223.
Balme, Col de. 420.

Bergamast[nie shepherds. 282.
Balme, Grotte de. 399.

Bergell, 299.
Balsille. 474.

Bergun. 281.
Barcelonnette. 486.

Bernardin

pass. 300. Village. 302.
Bard, fort. 350.

BERNB. 88. Clock-tower, fouin-
Barrás, M., prior of the hospice tains. 89. Bernese Alps. 90.
of the Simplon. 224.

Minster. 90. Museum. 90.

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BERNE:The Bærengraben. 92.Cha- | Bætzlingen. 312

ritable institutions. 92. Prome- - parliament of. 132.

nades. 93. History of. 94. Bourg d'Oysans 467
BERNE to Thun. 96.

-S. Maurice. 390. 424. 443.
- to Lausanne, by Freyburg. Bourget Laide. 435.

Bovaret. 216.
-lo Lausanne, by Morat. 162. Bozel. 447.
-to Neufchâtel. 165.

Bramegg, ascent of. 85,
Bernina pass. 285.

Branchier, St. 358.
Bersesio. 485.

Bregaglia, val. 298.
Bertha, queen of Burgundy. 161. Brennet, lake. 179.
Saddle of. 161.

Brennieres. 444.
Berthollet, the chemist, birth-Brenva, glacier. 428.
place of 434.

Breven: 413,
Bessans. 445.

Breuil. 347.
Bex. 211. Sall mines and works. Briançon, 470.
211.

- to Susa, by the pass of the Monk
- to Sion, by the Diablerets. 217. Genèvre. 471-472.
Biasca. 142. Cburch of. 142. Brida. 447.
Biberegg. 267. Cradle of the Re- Brieg. 220.
dings. 267.

Brienz. 114.
Biel. 9.

- lake of. 115.
Biella. 328. Notre Dame d'Oropa. Brienzergrat. 114.
328-329.

Bristenstock. 133.
Bied, stream of. 175. .

Brockedon, Wm.,. quotations,
Bienne. 9.

from, 335—425.
--* to Basle. 9.

Broye. valley of. 162.
--to Berne. 10.

Bruck, 20.
--lo Neuchâtel. 169. To Yverdun. Brünig. the pass of, 78.1
169.

Brunnen. 75.
Bienne. lake of. 169.

Brugg. 20.
Bionnassi, glacier of. 422.

Brussone 332,
Birs, valley of the. 6. Source of.7. Bürglen. 258
Bivio Stalla 279.

Bussingen. 66.
Blakenstock. 127.

Buet. 402.
Blegno, val. 142–276.

Buffalora pass. 284.
Blistered feet, to cure. xxxviii. Bulach. 33.
Blümlis alp. 145.

Bulle. 156.
Bobbio. 477.

Buntschi. 153.
Boden See. 232

Buonaparte at Fort Bard. 350.
Boghy, gorge of. 127.

at the Great St. Bernard. 358
Boleta or Boletone. 317.

Bürglen. 132.
Boltingen. 154.

Buttisholz, 18.
Bon-homme. Col de. 422.

BYRON, LORD, his description of
Bonneville. 397-429.

the Alps as seen from the Jura,
Bonivard,the Prisoner of Chillon. xliv. Scenery of his drama of
209.

Manfred. 196. His Swiss tour.
Bonstelten. 48.

196. Description of the Staub-
Borgomaniera. 320.

bach. 102. Of the Wengern Alp,
Borromean islands. 228.

and its avalanches. 106 Lines
Borromeo, San Carlo. 138. Sta- on the ossuary of Morat 162.
tue. 230.

On Lake Leman, in a calm. 196.
Bossons, glacier. 406.

In a storm. 197. Clarens. 206
Botzberg. 20.

Chillon. 209.

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Bon-homme and the Col de la
C.

Seigne. 422—428.

Champ Fleuri glacier. 152.
Cadenabbia. 314.

Champignol. 153.
e Caesar at Geneva. 186.

Chapeau. 415.
* Calixtus II. Pope. 126.

Chapiu. 422.
Calvin, John, at Geneva. 186. Char-à-banc. XXVI.

His laws. 187 Condemnation Charles the Bold of Burgundy. 173
of Servetus. 187.

Charmontane glacier. 373.
Campea, val. 380.

Chasseral. 172.
Campo Dolcino. 295,

-mont. 9.
Cappel. 49.

Chat, Mont du. 449.
Cardinell pass. 294.

Château d'Oex. 155.
Carignano 488.

Château Duing: 433.
Caroline, queen of England. 315. -de Queiras. 478.
Carouge. 162

Châtel St. Denis. 156.
Casaccia. 299.

Chàlillon. 348.
Castasegna. 299.

* to Visp, by the pass of mont
Castella, terrace of. 474.

Cervin. 348.
Castello. 141. Church of San. 141. -* to Aosta. 352.
Castels. 277.

Chaux de Fonds, La. 175.
Céard, engineer of the Simplon. Chaux de Milieu. 176.
221.'

Cheeses, Swiss. LXXVI. 256.
Cenis, mont. 460. Little. 462. Chede, cascade and lake. 401.
Centron, village of. 442.

Chiavenna. 296.
Ceresol. 383.

-to Como. 297.
Cerisio, Lago. 313.

* to Splügen. 296.
Cernetź. 284.

-to St. Mauritz, by the pass of
CERVIN, Mont. 346. Pass of: 344 the Maloja. 298
-347.

Chillon, castle of 209.
Cesanne to Pignerol, by the Col Ciamot. 275.
de Sestrières. 473.

Cima de Jazi 342.
Chiaffe-Quarré. 424.

Cime du Fours. 425.
Chaille, La. 454.

Clairée, Col. 463.
Chaine, La. 177.

Clarens. 206. Byron's description,
Chaises à porteurs. XXIX.

206.
Châlets and pasturages. LXXV. Clariden alps. 257.
Chambave wine. 352.

Cleven. 296.
Chambery. 436. 456.

Cluse. La pass of. 176.
Chambery * to Geneva, 436. Clusette, la, défilé. 178.
* Pont, Beauvoisin. 454.

Clusone, valley of the. 473.
to Lanslehourg, by the Col Cluzes. 398.
d'Iseran. 438—445.

COGNE, val de. 376. Iron mines.
CHAMOUNY. 406. Origin of the 378.

name. 407. Guides. 208. Excur. -village of. 378 Glacier of. 379.
sion around. 409. Montanvert. -fenêtre de. 379.
409. Jardin. 411. Fiegere 412. COIRg. 244. Church of St. Lu.
Breven. 413 Source of Arvey- cius. 244. Bishop's palace. 244.
ron. 414. Chapeau. 415. Ascent Post-horses. 245. Money. 245.
of Mont Blanc, 416.

Romansch tongile. 245. Go-
- * to Geneva. 406.

vernment of the Grisons. 246.
CHAMOUNY 1o Martigny by the -* to Pfeffer's balhs. 244.
ber
Tête Noire. 418.

* to Constance. 244.
- the Col de Balme. 420.

* to Zurich. 244.
--the Col de Bon-homme. 422. *to Schaffhausen through Tog.
--to Çormayeur, by the Col de . genburg. 254.

156.

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COIRE to Andermatt by the Vor- Conto Monle. 299.
der Rheintbal. 272.

Coppet. 200.
-lo St. Maurilz by the Julier. Coquempin wine. 219.
278.

Cormayeur. 356.
-lo Ponte in the Engadine, to Turin. 356.
by the Albula. 280.

-* 10 Marligny, by the col de
-u Splügen, by the Via Mala. Ferret. 375.
286.

- to St. Maurice, by tbe Little
-lo Bellinzona, by the Ber-

SL. Bernard. 390.
nardin, 286. 300.

-* to Chamouny, by the Allie
-to Chiavenna, by the Splü-

Blanche. 428.
gen, 286. 293.

Cornice. 490.
Columbus, birthplace of, 495. Cortaillod. 173.
Col d'Anterne. 403.

Cossonex. 1 80.
- de Balme 420.

Courrendelin, 8.
-de Bon-homme. 424.

Coucy, Ingelram de, defeat of.
-de Colma. 327.

87.
-de Gauche. 424.

Couvrecle. 411.
-de Lautaret. 445.

Coverdale, Miles, prints the
--du Mont. 389.

first English Bible at Zuricho
-de la Seigne, 425.

36.
-de Tende. 489.

Cramer's "Disserlation on the
de Tamie. 434.

Passage of Hannibal," ex.
-de Vanoise. 448.

tract from. 450.
-de Viso. 479.

Crammont, mont. 390. View
Colico 298.

from. 391.
Colonna, Prosper, surprised Cran. 434.
by the French. 483.

Credo. 123.
Colossus of Carlo Borromco. Crenone, val. 142.
230.

Cretinism, xcvi.
Columbier, 173.

Creux de Vent mountain, 177.
Coluret, little. 384.

-echo of. 178.
Combal, lake of. 426.

Crissolo, villages of. 482.
Combe de Savoie. 429. Croix, Col de. 477.
Gomblou. 428.

Croix de Nivolet, col. 386.
Como, lake of. 315.

Cromwell (Oliver), embank-
Concise. 173.

ment at Bobbio built by.
Conflans. 43

477.
Coni. 488.

Cruseilles, 431.
ConstanCE. 30. Minster. 30. Culm Haus inn. 67.

Great council of Constance. Curaglia. 276.
31. Huss. 31.

Custom-house, Sardinjap.477,
-lake of. 232.
- to St. Gall. 233.

D.
CONSTANCE to Coire, 232-237.
Contamines, 422.

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