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The late king of Prussia was more than once pitted against his imperial sovereign; and commonly proved an overmatch for him.
In Donawerth, a free and imperial city of the circle of Suabia, the Abbe de St.
The unmistakable impatience of the member of the Council trying to get away from him did not trouble Alexey Alexandrovitch; he gave up his exposition only when the member of the Council, seizing his chance when one of the Imperial family was passing, slipped away from him.
The artificial bird was put on silken cushions by the Emperor's bed, all the presents which it received, gold and precious stones, lay round it, and it was given the title of Imperial Night-singer, First from the left.
said the Emperor, standing up in his Imperial robes, which he had himself put on, and fastening on his sword richly embossed with gold.
He must have been desirous of proving that Americans were welcome guests in the imperial palaces of Russia, because he rode all the way to Yalta and escorted our procession to the Emperor's himself, and kept his aids scurrying about, clearing the road and offering assistance wherever it could be needed.
I had heard before that we were to breakfast there, but Blucher said he believed Baker's boy had suggested it to his Imperial Highness.
The work that fate had undone must be done again, and though I must need smile at my imperial honors, I none the less felt the weight of duty and obligation that rested upon my shoulders.
Slowly the imperial navy progressed toward com-pletion.
I delivered up both my pistols in the same manner as I had done my scimitar, and then my pouch of powder and bullets; begging him that the former might be kept from fire, for it would kindle with the smallest spark, and blow up his imperial palace into the air.
In the center of the troops following the imperial elephant marched a great caravan of slaves.
Charles saw them in, civil to the last, and in a moment the offices of the Imperial and West African Rubber Company faded away.