He had left Jassy, and was on a steamer going to Odessa, when the engine broke down.
"There ain't no market for a highclass line of music," Jassy said hopelessly.
There is an inn in Jassy—there in the corner, just the place for a shop!
They paraded in the main streets of Jassy daily between 11 and 12.
The army entered Jassy and, a little later, Bucharest before the Porte was able to make any resistance.
In 1868 he was stationed at Jassy, where he laboured until 1871, when he settled at Vienna as a professor of languages.
But I was always going to the station at Jassy to see if some English girl would be my sister.
My Talmudical supports had been broken by the instruction received at Jassy, and I fell altogether into unbelief.
Rushed more than $100,000 worth of medical supplies and foodstuffs into Roumania immediately after the retreat to Jassy.
Jassy itself stands pleasantly amid vineyards and gardens, partly on two hills, partly in the hollow between.