Here the emperor
ascended, with many principal lords of his court, to have an opportunity of viewing me, as I was told, for I could not see them.
I will send my old and honoured minister to the weavers,' thought the Emperor.
Yes, I will tell the Emperor that it pleases me very much.
I imagined the reader would not be displeased to be informed who this man was, whose precious remains were searched for by a viceroy of Tigre, at the command of the Emperor himself.
The viceroy, son-in-law to the Emperor, with whom I was joined in the commission, gave me many distinguishing proofs of his affection to me, and of his zeal for the Catholic religion.
The history of Germany is a history of wars between the emperor
and the princes and states; of wars among the princes and states themselves; of the licentiousness of the strong, and the oppression of the weak; of foreign intrusions, and foreign intrigues; of requisitions of men and money disregarded, or partially complied with; of attempts to enforce them, altogether abortive, or attended with slaughter and desolation, involving the innocent with the guilty; of general inbecility, confusion, and misery.
Here the Emperor
sent his minister for Li Po, and here the great lyrist set her mortal beauty to glow from the scented, flower-haunted balustrade immortally through the twilights yet to come.
wore a cap, frock coat and pantaloons, all of some kind of plain white drilling--cotton or linen and sported no jewelry or any insignia whatever of rank.
But it will please our sovereign the Emperor
Napoleon if we take this bridge, so let us three go and take it
Our mighty Emperor
has lately caused himself to be nickel-plated.
When on leaving College the cadets were received by the Emperor
, he did not again refer to Kasatsky's offence, but told them all, as was his custom, that they should serve him and the fatherland loyally, that he would always be their best friend, and that when necessary they might approach him direct.
Nick Chopper, the Emperor
of the Winkies, who was also known throughout the Land of Oz as the Tin Woodman, was certainly a remarkable person.
But you must clearly understand that the army did not know of his departure; for if they had, they would have kept him there by force to make him Emperor
of the East.
and his paramour before the Emperor
, I'll be Actaeon, and turn
He had a different suit for each hour of the day; and as of any other king or emperor
, one is accustomed to say, "he is sitting in council," it was always said of him, "The Emperor
is sitting in his wardrobe.