I defended myself to the last, wounded though I was, but at length, seeing that resistance was hopeless, and that the ambassador
and all our followers were made prisoners, I put spurs to my horse and rode away as fast as I could, till the poor beast fell dead from a wound in his side.
THE SECOND class of powers, lodged in the general government, consists of those which regulate the intercourse with foreign nations, to wit: to make treaties; to send and receive ambassadors
, other public ministers, and consuls; to define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas, and offenses against the law of nations; to regulate foreign commerce, including a power to prohibit, after the year 1808, the importation of slaves, and to lay an intermediate duty of ten dollars per head, as a discouragement to such importations.
Madame de Vernet was driven from me, Putange was exiled, Madame de Chevreuse fell into disgrace, and when you wished to come back as ambassador
to France, the king himself--remember, my lord--the king himself opposed to it.
There came to the court an ambassador
so brave, so magnificent, so elegant, that every woman lost her heart to him; and the queen had even the indiscretion to give him certain ornaments so rare that they could never be replaced by any like them.
, that brought this, is waiting in the house: and he's sure to see Sylvie and Bruno: and then, when he sees Uggug, and remembers all that about 'goodness, cleverness, and beauty,' why, he's sure to--"
always delicate in small matters, had sent one of his yachts, with twelve men of his Scotch guard, to do honor to the ambassador
he was sending to France.
The American Ambassador
, General Horace Porter, presided at the banquet.
Robert Blaine-Harvey, American Ambassador
and Plenipotentiary Extraordinary to England, was a man of great culture, surprising personal gifts, and with a diplomatic instinct which amounted almost to genius.
Monsieur the Ambassador
is mistaking me for another.
The ball we are about to discharge at the moon is our ambassador
to her, and I wish to consider it from a moral point of view.
Up comes the Grand Duchess with some ambassador
or other, and, as ill-luck would have it, she begins talking to him about the new helmets.
I should think so - involving the Ambassador
of a foreign power