By the time the pardon came from Clinton, Rich had been hiding out in plain sight in Zug, Switzerland, for 17 years.
But when the going gets tough, the Russians really get going—to Zug, and Geneva, and Hong Kong.
We will stop first for a few days at a little town called Zug, beside a lake of the same name.
Five days after this, the deputies of the cantons met at Zug.
Zug had been conquered by Schwyz in 1365, at a moment when the attention of Austria was withdrawn.
By this treaty Zug was permitted to be re-annexed to the league.
Two of his enemies, one from Schwytz, the other from Zug—were particularly eager in his pursuit.
This caused the echo for which the Lake of Zug is justly famous.
At the same time the division that was to form the main army marched upon Zug, thence to move upon Zurich.
The occupation of Zug was speedily followed by a march to Luzern.
A low-level Awk(?) from Geac.