Until the 15th century the most important administrative officer in the Palatinate was the steward.
The war-cry reached the Palatinate, and Siegfried had to go forth to the fight.
The conflagration of the Palatinate raised a cry of indignation which the king could not but hear.
This huge territory became, like Maryland, a province or Palatinate.
In 1596 restrictions were imposed on the powers of the chancery, and in 1646 the Palatinate was formally abolished.
The French take all the Palatinate, and alarm the Germans more than ever.
But within a few hours and a few acres had been exhibited in miniature the devastation of the Palatinate.
The invasion of the Palatinate had shaken him in his friendship for the Emperor.
It was against this movement of regression that the agitation in the Palatinate and elsewhere was now directed.
This period has been designated the seed-time of the Palatinate.