Till it reaches Besanon which lies on a peninsula formed by the river, the Doubs passes no town of importance except Pontarlier.
George Cuvier in the department of Doubs, which at that time belonged to Wrttemberg.
They were making for the town we now call Besançon—then, as now, strongly fortified, and nearly surrounded by the river Doubs.
The town stands in a horseshoe circumscribed by the river Doubs.
For forty or fifty years, this spring was considered the best in the Clos du Doubs.
The department takes its name from the river Doubs, by which it is traversed.
This time again the lightning was merciful—it spared nurses and children, and went and drowned itself in the Doubs.
The gunners insult the officers they meet, seize them by the throat and want to throw them into the Doubs.
There is a view of them falling into the Doubs, after a series of cascades.
Doubs, a tributary of the Saône, which it falls into below Dôle; gives name to the dep.