A statesman to her finger-tips, she saw at once that the two objectives of the next campaign were Frankfort and Breslau.
Breslau was to be evacuated; Hamburg was to remain as the truce found it.
Frederick, too, took the field early, and on the 15th of March moved from Breslau upon Schweidnitz.
One took the road for Breslau; the other that of Konigsgratz.
I suppose it was my mind dwelling on my experience at Breslau that made me address the man in German.
And fifty thousand more when we put the French bulls on to Minna and Breslau.
In 1866, Moritz Traube of Breslau discovered the osmotic properties of certain chemical precipitates.
There was a sadness in the tone of the bell that touched every heart in Breslau.
In 1875 he became professor of mineralogy at Breslau, and in 1880 professor of mineralogy and geology at Bonn.
Bannister knows as well as I that one rocket would bring the Breslau.