All that were enduring persecution in the Helvetic cantons for the cause of the Gospel addressed themselves to him.
The Helvetic body does the same; and so does the Belgic confederacy.
On this occasion the Helvetic showed more firmness than the Germanic Diet.
A word respecting the Helvetic Society must close the present chapter.
As far45 back as 1762 the Helvetic Society was formed by young men aspiring to a political regeneration of Switzerland.
According to some, it was originally a Helvetic oppidum; according to others, a Gallic commercial settlement.
M. Stopper, an old minister of the Helvetic confederation, took him as a tutor for his children.
Having set up a wild opposition to the "Helvetic," this district drew down upon itself the wrath of France.
He adopted a middle course as to this, and endeavoured to distinguish himself from the Helvetic divines.
Thus abandoned, the people of Zug entered into the Helvetic Confederacy.