Indeed, it passes belief how even the aulic Council could have ignored the dangers of that position.
He became president of the aulic council in 1831, but died a few months later.
How many troops do you think the wisdom of the aulic Council had provided to protect the provinces?
Poor McDowell suffers for the sins of others—above all, for those of Mr. Lincoln and of his aulic council.
Another plan had been drawn up by the aulic Council at Vienna.
The jury which tried her was composed almost exclusively of aulic Councillors and such-like titled dignitaries.
This was a clear hint to any intelligent jury; and the jury of aulic Councillors were intelligent men.
Never came such a cataract of evil news on an aulic Council before.
And so on, like the directions of the aulic Council to the Archduke.
Yes, your excellency, Mr. Muller, the aulic councillor and custodian of the imperial library is waiting in the anteroom.