“furth” was a word used by the inhabitants of Orton long ago.
The troops of the Reich, from your plain of furth yonder, are also about to emerge.
And so Tom ded—he would often show me and others how to give the hugg, play with the back crook, and so furth.
In furth the tenacity of life among the Jews could be noted at all ages.
The first German line was built between the cities of Nuremberg and furth in 1835.
This aisle was to be built within six or seven years "furth frae our Lady isle, quhair the said William lyis."
We lunched at a Gasthaus in the small town of furth im Walde.
In furth, the average duration of Jewish life is 37, and of Christians 26 years.
Mayer finds that in furth children from one to five years of age die in the proportion of 10 per cent.
The rail road from Nuremberg to furth, the first rail road in Germany, opened, and the journey made in 15 minutes.