For bad generalship in Lithuania, Adashef was imprisoned in the fortress of Dorpat, where he died shortly afterwards.
In vain had the damsels of Berlin and Dorpat set their caps at him.
He removed with his parents to Dorpat in 1759, and soon began to compose sacred odes, in the manner of Klopstock.
I will leave her to the Dorpat museum, with directions to the curator to keep the dust off her.
Later on he studied theology under Hengstenberg, and became professor at Dorpat and later at Rostock.
With the siege of Dorpat we are not concerned, for Boris was not present.
In 1630, a supreme court for the Baltic provinces was established at Dorpat.
Dorpat was captured and Narva fell after a bloody conflict, being bravely defended by Rudolph Horn.
A theologian and statistician principally associated with Dorpat in Livonia, where he studied from 1845 to 1849.
Movement by clockwork was virtually a complete novelty when it was adopted by Fraunhofer in 1824 to the Dorpat refractor.