It was late when the train in which he rode after the border was reached arrived in Grodno.
Some one speaks of the forts of Vilna and Grodno, which are supposed to be impregnable.
Their opinion was that we were going to Grodno, about 150 versts from Ostrolenka.
The rich Jews of Grodno offered them a million for it, but in vain.
The escaped portions of the Russian army crossed the Bobr toward Grodno.
His hands would hold the banner emblazoned with the Ureox of Grodno.
The countess was to pass the winter at St. Petersburg, where her son was to resume his service in the hussars of Grodno.
In vain I composed the most eloquent addresses to be heard in Grodno.
"In Grodno my husband kept a brandy shop," put in the hostess.
In 1795 Grodno, which had been Polish for ages, was annexed by Russia.