creation of the Helvetic

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  • However, the village remained an administrative center until the creation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798.
  • This all changed following the 1798 French invasion, and creation of the Helvetic Republic.
  • This organization existed until the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic.
  • The von May family also ruled the village until the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic.
  • The border was a product of the creation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798.
  • The bailiff ruled over the village until the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic.
  • Following the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the district was dissolved and the building was used by several different institutions.
  • Under Bernese rule, the castle served as the administrative seat of the surrounding area until the creation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798.
  • The 1798 French invasion and creation of the Helvetic Republic eliminated the medieval court rights and other powers of the powerful landowners.
  • Mendrisio remained a conquered territory with limited autonomy and rights until the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic.
  • Following the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the Hospital lost their rulership over Uttigen.
  • The representatives of Bern resided here until the French invasion and creation of the Helvetic Republic in 1798.
  • Following the French invasion in 1798 and the creation of the Helvetic Republic, it was part of the district of Lavaux.
  • Following the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the owners of the castle retained it by lost their manorial rights over the villagers.
  • Following the 1798 French invasion, and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the owners of the castle lost their medieval rights to rule over, judge and punish the villagers.
  • Following the 1798 French invasion, and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the old order was abolished and the three sections were united into the municipality of Gurzelen.
  • After the invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic, the von Erlach family lost their land rights and jurisdiction over the village, but retained ownership of the castle until 1875.
  • After the 1798 French invasion and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the old bailiwick was Nidau was dissolved.
  • Following the creation of the Helvetic Republic in May 1789, a counter-revolutionary rebellion erupted in the upper Valais.
  • The 1798 French invasion and creation of the Helvetic Republic reduced the political power of the local patricians, but the Tscharner family retained ownership of all three estates.
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