Macdonald also hoped to catch the allies while they were sundered by the deep valley of the Neisse.
Herr Schneeweiss is generally considered in Neisse to be a Jesuit.
Neisse now alone remained, with Neipperg vigilantly stretched upon the threshold of it.
His father, a merchant, died in 1845, and three years before that date the family removed to Neisse.
Having lured the French across the river Neisse, he drove them back into the stream, which was then swollen by heavy rains.
About two miles distant the Landskrone rises from the valley of the Neisse—a conspicuous rocky hill bristling with trees.
Lafayette was carted on to Neisse, but the plotting still went on.
In 1769, a conference which took place at Neisse brought the two sovereigns together.
He was educated at the house of his uncle at Neisse, and embraced Christianity in 1833.
Browne is in Neisse; and will start into a strange stare when the flying post reaches him: Prussians actually on march!