80 examples of embassadors in sentences

Say thou shouldst kill ten thousand Christians; They goe but as Embassadors to Heaven To tell thy cruelties, and on yon Battlements They all will stand on rowes, laughing to see Thee fall into a pit as bottomlesse As the Heavens are in extension infinite.

Pray there may come Embassadors from France: Their followers are good Customers.

Accordingly, we find from her correspondence of this period that even such matters as the appointment of the embassadors to foreign states were often referred to her decision; and how greatly the habit of considering affairs of importance expanded her capacity we may learn from the opinion which her brother, the emperor, who was never disposed to flatter, or even to spare her, had evidently come to entertain of her judgment.

Parliament is not a congress of embassadors from different and hostile interests...but Parliament is a deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the whole, where not local purposes, not local prejudices ought to guide, but the general good resulting from the general reason of the whole.

[Sidenote: Enter Embassadors.]

[Sidenote: Exeunt Embassadors] Pol.

[Page 274] [Sidenote: 190] Enter Fortinbras and English Ambassador, with [Sidenote: Enter Fortenbrasse, with the Embassadors.] Drumme, Colours, and Attendants.

He informs us that the Grecian army had concluded a peace with the Paphlagonians, and that they entertained their embassadors in consequence with a banquet, and the exhibition of various feats of activity.

In the meane time 'tis fit we should give hearing To the French Embassadors, who, I know, come now To mediat for him.

The king of France, being at Calais, sent over an embassador, a verie tall person, upon no other errand but a complement to the king of England.

At his audience he appeared in such a light garb, that afterwards the king ask'd Lord-keeper Bacon "what he thought of the French embassador?"

In the interim Stradella was cured of his wounds, and the Marquis de Villars, to make short of the question about privilege, and the rights of embassadors, suffered the assassins to escape.

The embassadors were received with the highest honors.

She first sent embassadors to make proposals to a prince of Syria named Antiochus.

The embassadors came back, bringing word that Antiochus was dead, but that he had a brother named Seleucus, upon whom the succession fell.

Antony himself, in the character of a citizen of Athens, was one of the embassadors.

Sometimes he did this when sitting in the chair of state, giving audience to embassadors and princes.

The Turkish embassadors were drumming up recruits all over Western Europe.

"We will send our Mandarine's Embassadors to clothe her, and to conduct her to us, and we will meet her on the Bank of the great River, making her to leap up into our Chariot.

Gentlemen, Friends and followers of Demetrius. 3 Embassadors, from the three Kings.

who should report then, The Embassadors were handsome men?

Conduct in the Embassadors.

Enter 3 Embassadors.

p. 285, l. 2. C's stage direction reads Enter ye Embassadors.

Most of the Italian republics, and some of the princes, sent embassadors, and seemed to recognise pretensions which were tolerably ostentatious.

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