Swithin at once hailed a carriage and started at full gallop on the road to Linz.
Then, that I should be too far from the frontier; better to go on to Linz and take my chance there.
I loosened the carriage door and waited for the train to run slower still; I didn't mean to go into Linz like a rat into a trap.
Mistelbauer had been a poor peasant boy of Helmannsd by Linz.
On a rugged crag overlooking the Rhine above the town of Linz stands the ruined stronghold of Okkenfels.
He left Prague to take up a permanent professorship at the University of Linz.
On to Linz, when the train came, gradually losing sight of the Tyrolean mountains and entering the great plain of the Danube.
His object in going to Linz was not altogether for the purpose of making visits.
I heard them say to the conductor: 'Search again at Linz, and report to the Inspector there.'
Linz quickly fell into the hands of the enemy, who approached upon Vienna.