Ferdinand took up a position between the Lippe and the Ahse at Vellinghausen.
The bridegroome almost out of his wits, began to bite his Lippe.
At 10 P.M. we started on the march again, and after about two hours' walking we came to the River Lippe.
Then Lippe struck up Rupert's visor, and demanded to know who he was.
Colonel Lippe caught at his bridle, but Rupert, struggling fiercely, made him let go his hold.
She is said to have come from Germany, it is supposed from the principality of Lippe.
He therefore set his army in motion, and marched eastward in a line parallel to the course of the Lippe.
Lippe continued writing; but "only Secretaries now answered him" from Berlin.
The battle was fought in what is now the province of Lippe, Germany, near the source of the river Ems.
The scene of the defeat is conjectured to have been in the country of the Bructeri, near the sources of the Ems and the Lippe.