Once Leeuwarden was famous for its goldsmiths and silversmiths, but the interest in precious metal work is not what it was.
One of the first things that I noticed at Leeuwarden was the presence of a new bird.
"You said in Leeuwarden that you didn't know the two young ladies in Dutch costumes," my uncle-in-law flung at me.
And in the other bundle were two black shawls, like those I had seen several girls of Leeuwarden wearing.
Not only cattle but also horses are sold in Leeuwarden market.
At Leeuwarden, therefore, it was for me to do something desperate when desperate need arose.
The young women of Leeuwarden—the fair Frisians—are tall and strong and fresh looking; not exactly beautiful but very pleasant.
"Oh, the nice man we met at Amsterdam, and again at Leeuwarden, when we—we—" She blushed at the recollection.
Amongst the objects which attracted his attention was a sect of communistic mystics established near Leeuwarden.
And the Leeuwarden was sunk by being hit from the deck guns of a German submarine off the coast of Holland.