Schlesien—will the reader learn to call it by that name, on occasion?
You and Colney are hard on Schlesien—or at him, I should say.
Friedrich, after such trial and proof as has seldom been, got his claims on Schlesien allowed by the Destinies.
Dr. Schlesien replied with an Atlas shrug under fleabite to the insensately infantile interrogation.
He was punished, half way to frenzy behind his placable demeanour, by having Dr. Schlesien for chorus.
Dr. Schlesien heard remarks, upon which his weighty Teutonic mind sat crushingly.
Dr. Schlesien had met and meditated on this example of the island energy.
The total area of Schlesien is counted to be some 20,000 square miles, nearly the third of England Proper.
Considerable recruiting in Schlesien: six hundred recruits have enlisted in Breslau alone.
Who first lived in Schlesien, or lived long since in it, there is no use in asking, nor in telling if one knew.