Those warriors who would wile away the interval between one campaign and another agreeably, betook themselves to Baden in Aargau.
The Aargau Protestants, however, had refused to yield, except as to the restoration of two very small monasteries.
Another great scholar was his friend Nicolas von Wyl, a nobleman of Aargau.
On reaching Baden, in the Aargau, a halt was made in order to deliberate on the best mode of punishing the rebels.
That was built centuries before the time of this story, among the hawks' crags of Aargau in Switzerland.
From this time he had no settled home, though he stored his books at Baden in Aargau.
Baden was the capital of the canton of Baden, from 1798 to 1803, when the canton of Aargau was created.
Whether they sprang from Swiss soil (Aargau), or had their origin in Alsacia, is not quite settled.