In this of Liegnitz all he could do was to keep the Deed, in steady protest silent or vocal.
The Duke of Liegnitz, grieved to the heart, had no means of resisting.
In 1163 it became the seat of the dukes of Liegnitz, who greatly improved and enlarged it.
But he soon recovered from his despair, and in 1760 gained the important victories of Liegnitz and Torgau.
Liegnitz is first mentioned in an historical document in the year 1004.
Steadily southward;—and from Liegnitz, and the upland Countries, there will be news of Schwerin and it before long.
The Saxon army also defeated the imperial troops near Liegnitz in 1634.
Daun recognizes the impossibility; wends back through Liegnitz to his Camp again, the way he had come.
He won an important victory at Liegnitz in May 1634, but from this time he became more and more estranged from the Swedes.
Liegnitz itself, was not that (as many opine) a disaster due to cunctation, not of Loudon's?