"Here's a go," murmured Gustavus in the greatest trepidation.
The queen, her mother, had accompanied Gustavus to the wars.
At first, Gustavus, who at once assumed the rôle of leader of revolt, could not make himself heard among the peasants.
Why all this deference to Alfred and Scanderbeg and Gustavus?
Then Gustavus did what he should have done at first: he planted his cannon before Berlin, and threatened to lay the city in ashes.
With impatient fingers Gustavus snapped the seal and unfolded the letter.
Arendt was enraged when he found that Gustavus had made his escape.
But they had not saved him from the vindictiveness of Gustavus.
Gustavus, however, refused this honour, and governed the country for some time as administrator.
In August Gustavus made an inspection of the camp at Stegeborg.
masc. proper name, Latinized form of Swedish Gustaf; first element of unknown origin, second element literally "staff."