When we first settled at Mozambique, she was continually interceding for the slaves, and she constantly wept when I punished them; and now she is among the slaves front morning to night; she regulates the whole of my slave establishment; she inquires into every offence committed by them, pronounces sentence upon the offender, and stands by and sees them punished.'
When Hyrcanus's friends also interceded strongly with Pompey, he took not only his Roman forces but also many of his Syrian auxiliaries and marched against Aristobulus.
Have mercy on us, and intercede for us soon."
And Abraham reverently intercedes with God: "Oh!
Peter did all in his power to console his visitor, and even privately interceded with the Pope, remembering only Abelard's greatness and his misfortunes.
The men eagerly welcomed these scouting expeditions, and when an especially dangerous one to Bogue Sound was planned, and Company F, eager to be selected, Captain Conwell personally interceded with the Colonel that his men might be given the task.
Germanicus was endeared to the populace for many causes, but particularly because he interceded for various persons, and this quite as much in the presence of Augustus himself as before other justices.
Of this incident in the history of the royal family of Sweden, the following story is told: The Queen interceded long and persistently with her husband for permission for her second son to be married to the woman he loved.
We are prepared, in the event of an Austro-Russian controversy, quite apart from our known duties as allies, to intercede between Russia and Austria jointly with the other powers.