Well, to the king, the nobles
, and all the nation, down to the very slaves and tramps, I was just that kind of an elephant, and nothing more.
The level strip of ground which stretches through and beyond the town is laid out in handsome pleasure grounds, shaded by noble
trees and adorned at intervals with lofty and sparkling fountain-jets.
Pocket looked at the young Nobles
that ought to have been, as if she rather thought she had had the pleasure of inspecting them before, but didn't quite know what to make of them.
Then Dingaan called to those who do the king's bidding, and, pointing to the two nobles
, his councillors, who had heard the words of Zinita, commanded that they should be killed.
What course was taken to supply that assembly, when any noble
family became extinct?
He who obtains sovereignty by the assistance of the nobles
maintains himself with more difficulty than he who comes to it by the aid of the people, because the former finds himself with many around him who consider themselves his equals, and because of this he can neither rule nor manage them to his liking.
How much more, to behold an ancient noble
family, which has stood against the waves and weathers of time
At sight of her Salensus Oll rose and drew his sword, and the sword of each of the fifty nobles
was raised on high to form an arch, beneath which the poor, beautiful creature was dragged toward her doom.
The Emperor entered the hall through a broad path between two lines of nobles
To whose retinue he had been attached none had thought to inquire, for the followers of a Martian noble
are many, coming and going at the whim of their master, so that a new face is scarcely ever questioned, as the fact that a man has passed within the palace walls is considered proof positive that his loyalty to the jeddak is beyond question, so rigid is the examination of each who seeks service with the nobles
of the court.
Couldst thou but have seen him fight, my mother, and witnessed the honor of his treatment of thy daughter, and heard the tone of dignified respect in which he spoke of women thou wouldst have loved him, too, and felt that outlaw though he be, he is still more a gentleman than nine-tenths the nobles
The land six year and more i-faith lay desolate," for there was no other near heir to the throne, and thirteen nobles