He desired to preach the gospel to the people who dwelt by the river yssel.
Then yssel understood everything—he was too much of a musician not to understand.
We may cite also the yssel and the Albula (Tiber), both large rivers, with this ending.
Fortress after fortress fell; the line of the yssel was abandoned.
This House lieth outside the town of Campen, which town is near the bank of the yssel where that river runneth down to the sea.
As to the origin of the name, it was long held to be derived from the river yssel or Saal.
After reducing Doesburg, he prepared to besiege Zutphen, an important town on the yssel.
His artillery and munitions were sent rapidly down the yssel.
Steevens, however, is well content to take this yssel as that which Hamlet had in his thoughts.
Kampen, nearer the mouth of the yssel, close to Zwolle, is exceedingly well worth visiting.