A reconciliation afterwards led to the establishment of the English wool staple, at Dort.
The Stadtdeel lay at Dort, and we went to that place to join her.
Ol man Dort, he walked calmly up to the box, examined the guinea-pigs, an sez: These here is not the full-blooded guinea-pigs.
Would any one leave them at Dort, when one goes to the Hague?
They proved to be a frigate of a larger size than the Dort and a corvette of twenty-two guns.
The hatches were then taken off, and the prisoners sent on board of the Dort.
The wedding festival was held at Dort with much revelry and holiday making, "but without dancing."
The boats of the Dort were hoisted out, but only two of them would swim.
It was worn by a Spanish general who fell, in the days of Alva, in an attack upon Dort.
But Dort was an important town, and not to be offended lightly.