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    letters. A decisive evidence of his exertions and character was seen in his influ- ence with foreign nations. The Saxon Court had no such pre-eminence in the time of Alfred. Seve- ral foreign princes betook themselves to it, for the Subscribers-only content

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    at that critical moment Baron de Gersdorff, who has been promoted to one of the bighest offices at the Saxon Court, took his final leave of England on the day of her Majesty's embarkation for the continent. ROYAL AeCOUCHEMENT.-The 'Augsburg Subscribers-only content

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    white stone ware, " sanitary ware," funnels, apothe- caries' jars, medicine spoons, and the like, we find in the Saxon Court, close neighbour to the Dresden china. Here, too, is the fire-proof china of Messrs Schomburg and Co., which includes Subscribers-only content

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    comfortable income, that he went to Dresden in 1816, there to take the direction of the opera at the Saxon Court. A year was I spent in battling with forms and prejudices far worse than I any that perplexed him Subscribers-only content

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    the Scheldt. Baron von Werthern, hitherto Prussian Envoy at Madrid, is spoken of as the future representative at the Saxon Court, it is stated that the hereditary Prince of Augustenburg Was quite recently in negotiation with the Prussian Govern- ment Subscribers-only content

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