By the confession of the President (Burgers) the country was on the verge of bankruptcy.
And when we have shot them all I suppose that Burgers will come back, and he is kransick (mad).
Burgers was not such a fool after all when he talked of his great Dutch Republic.
It depends solely upon its Magistrates, who are chose by the Burgers themselves.
When Mr. Burgers got to England, he found that city capitalists would have nothing whatever to say to his railway scheme.
And must he,—Burgers,—go down to posterity as a Dutchman who tried to forward the interests of the English party?
Mr. Burgers' protest, which was read immediately afterwards, was received in respectful silence.
Your fortress of this kind is a religious and civil fortress, or burg, defended by burgers, trained to defensive war.
Biskamp enquired what on earth it was all about; Burgers deplored that Marx should have published a work so dull and fragmentary.
Mr. Burgers thought to save the State by making himself an absolute monarch.