The prime-minister, the chancellor of the exchequer, two other members of the cabinet, and an ambassador were his companions.
While the king was saying these words to Beppo, Beppo was looking fixedly at the prime-minister.
There sat the poor princess crying and crying, and there sat the prime-minister trying to comfort her.
The prime-minister will again speak to you, and this time say, It is well, and I wish you joy.
At Berlin the British prime-minister carefully watched over the fate of his friends the Turks.
As he did so Beppo looked at the prime-minister and smiled, and then he withdrew.
"Now," said she, "it is my turn;" and then the prime-minister knew that his end had come.
But the prime-minister was as sour about it all as a crab-apple.
This functionary was possessed of an authority far exceeding that of the prime-minister of any European prince.
And did the prime-minister give it to the king, as Jacob Stuck had intended?