An attendant appeared, one of the faithful Kernsberg ten to whom so much had been committed upon the Isle rugen.
Next they took the Isle of rugen from him, which shuts up the harbor.
It was the first time they had been alone together since the day on which they had walked along the sand-dunes of rugen.
This Isle rugen was a place apart—a haven of refuge not of their seeking.
At the same time the English troops which were in the island of rugen had reembarked.
This cetacean was obtained on the coast of the island of rugen, in the Baltic.
In the end they landed at rugen, and, abandoning their ships, began to march overland.
Subsequently he served at rugen, and at the siege of Copenhagen.
I had a bad fall in rugen, which we thought nothing of at the time.
At the same time it must not be concealed from the reader that the Isle of rugen, off the coast of Pomerania, has its claims.