Court of St

Court of St

. James’s British royal court. [Br. Hist.: Misc.]
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The reader cannot but call to mind the visit which the royal family and court of the Sandwich Islands was, in late years, induced to make to the court of St.
That is in a certain shop in Brett Street, and on the lips of a certain secret agent once upon a time the confidential and trusted spy of the late Baron Stott-Wartenheim, Ambassador of a Great Power to the Court of St James.
They reflect handsome faces, simpering faces, youthful faces, faces of threescore and ten that will not submit to be old; the entire collection of faces that have come to pass a January week or two at Chesney Wold, and which the fashionable intelligence, a mighty hunter before the Lord, hunts with a keen scent, from their breaking cover at the Court of St.
Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Court of St.
Bulgaria's new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Court of St James, Konstantin Dimitrov, has presented his credentials to Queen Elizabeth.
The Ambassador to the Court of St James, Georg Boomgaarden, met plant director Mathias Hofmann and toured the production facility near Coleshill, which produces four-cylinder petrol engines for both BMW and the MINI.
Renaissance co-founder Ambassador Philip Lader, the former US Ambassador to the Court of St.
He will be joined by Archbishop Faustino Sainz Muuoz, the Apostolic Nuncio and the Holy See's Ambassador to the Court of St James, and by Cardinal Cormac Murphy O'Connor, Archbishop of Westminster and president of the Bishops' Conference of England and Wales.
Other speakers at the event, which is also expected to attract 150 delegates from across the UK,include Dr Stanislaw Komorowski,Ambassador of the Republic of Poland to the Court of St James, Libby Raper, executive director of the Cultural Consortium England in the North West, and Nick Jones,consultant on culture in rural areas.
He came to the UK in 1994 and served as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Court of St James for three years.
After numerous trial appearances, Nikitin was acquitted of the charges in December 1999 by the City Court of St.