The British naval air raid upon Cuxhaven had completely upset this arrangement.
Anyway, we settled to sail in company direct to Cuxhaven, in the Elbe.
At the commencement of July the English advanced upon Cuxhaven with a dozen small ships of war.
Danzig, Cuxhaven and Sonderburg have also been made naval bases.
Thirty-five miles from Cuxhaven the night came on us, and, as the navigation of the Elbe is perilous, we dropped anchor.
Evidently we are over the commercial part of the harbour, if this is Cuxhaven.
The spot was within a few miles of Cuxhaven and the mouth of the River Elbe.
Soon after we left Cuxhaven, Mrs. Liebling came to have her hair dressed.
Still finer is the group of eight poems which was the result of his stay at Cuxhaven.
Our crew were not good men; they were grumbling much, as your English word is, from the hour of our leaving Cuxhaven.'