After much deliberation, they sent an embassage, composed of fifty of their most prominent men, bearing rich presents.
He wondered whether Amy Loring's embassage had been inspired.
He sketched in the account of his embassage with humorous phrase.
It was by no desire of his own that John made one of the embassage.
"Better that Prince Louis should do his own embassage in such a matter in his proper person," said the good-wives of Thorn.
Here they halted, and determined to send an embassage to the king to demand an audience.
O' my conscience, an embassage from some of your kind mistresses, that would fain take their leaves, before you go to captivity.
But there is a serious difficulty about Elisha's answer to the embassage.
Were it not a dishonour to a mighty prince, to have the majesty of his embassage spoiled by a careless ambassador?
An embassage is sent to them, to which they give a satisfactory answer.