Abbink, Leven van Koning Willem II.
Bosscha, Het Leven van Willem den Tweede, Koning der Nederlanden, 1793-1849 (Amsterdam, 1852); P. Blok, Geschiedenis der Nederlandsche Volk (Leiden, 1908).
From Balloch in the south it sends off the Leven to the Clyde; from the east it receives the Endrick, the Blair, the Cashell and the Arklet; and from the north the Falloch.
Orangien, haer leven en bedrijf (Amsterdam, 1651); G.
Oranje in zijn leven en verdiensten (4 vols., Rotterdam, 1843); M.
Uylenbroek, Oratio de fratribus Christiano atque Constantino Hugenio (Groningen, 1838); P. Harting, Christiaan Huygens in zijn Leven en Werken geschetzt (Groningen, 1868); J.
Mary was, on the 21st of June 1567, a prisoner in Loch Leven Castle.
For the Dutch side: Het Leven un Bedryf van den Heere Michiel de Ruiter, by Gerard Brandt (Amsterdam, 1687); Geschiedenis van den Nederlandsche Zeewegen, by J.
Since the publication of the Leven (1837) by A.
LOCH LEVEN, a lake of Kinross-shire, Scotland.
It is famous for the Loch Leven trout (Salmo levenensis, considered by some a variety of S.
The fishings are controlled by the Loch Leven Angling Association, which organizes competitions attracting anglers from far and near.
The proverb that "Those never got luck who came to Loch Leven" sums up the history of the castle.
Earls of Leven and Melville >>
Other lives are: Van Brandt, Historic van het Leven H.
S.E., occupying a hill on the left bank of the Leven, stand the ruins of Crookston Castle.
Melville House, the seat of the earls of Leven, lies amidst beautiful woods.
The largest sheets of fresh water in the Lowlands are lakes of the plains as Loch Leven and the Lake of Menteith.
Winckel, Leven Arbeid van Dr. Kuyper (1921); Dr. A.
ALEXANDRIA, a manufacturing town of Dumbartonshire, Scotland, situated on the right bank of the Leven about 3 m.
DUMBARTON, a royal, municipal and police burgh, seaport, and county town of Dumbartonshire, Scotland, situated on the river Leven, near its confluence with the Clyde, '5 1 1; m.
Most of the town lies on the left bank of the Leven, which almost converts the land here into a peninsula, but there is communication with the suburb of Bridgend on the right bank by a five-arched stone bridge, 300 ft.
There are quays, docks and a harbour at the mouth of the Leven, and a pier for river steamers runs out from the Castle rock.
Brandt in his Leven van P. C. Hooft (1677), and his funeral address (1647), edited together by J.
See Jacob Cats, Complete Works (1790-1800, 19 vols.), later editions by van Vloten (Zwolle, 1858-1866; and at Schiedam, 1869-1870); Pigott, Moral Emblems, with Aphorisms, &c., from Jacob Cats (1860); and P. C. Witsen Gejisbek, Het Leven en de Verdiensten;van Jacob Cats (1829).
On the other side the cavalry of the Eastern Association under Lieut.-General Cromwell and that of the Scots under Major-General Leslie (Lord Newark) formed the left, the infantry of the Eastern Association under Major-General Crawford, of the Scots under Lord Leven, and of the Yorkshire Parliamentarians under Lord Fairfax was in the centre and the Yorkshire cavalry under Sir Thomas Fairfax was on the right wing.
Lord Leven gave up the battle as lost and rode away to Tadcaster.
Veegens, Leven van Jaan Maurits, Graaf van Nassau-Siegen (Haarlem, 1840).
Apart from the Duddon, which forms part of the western boundary, the principal rivers are the Leven and Crake, flowing southward into a common estuary in Morecambe Bay.
The Leven drains Windermere and the Crake Coniston Lake.
That part of Furness which forms a peninsula between the Leven estuary and Morecambe Bay, and the Duddon estuary, is rich in hematite iron ore, which has been worked from very early times.