"In a multitude of counsellors there is wisdom," saith the proverb.
I mean by 'government' the king and his counsellors and the greater officials of the empire.
These were appointed by the king to the office of counsellors.
He is one of the counsellors in close touch with the war department.
Pluto, reject these counsellors, at once insulting and incapable.
The Governor and his counsellors looked at each other, significantly.
"Decidedly," answered his counsellors, with the utmost gravity.
Pace was then the most intimate of Henry's counsellors, and Pace, by his own confession, was not in the secret.
"You shall find other counsellors, B'sano," said Hamilton, as the men were led to the Zaire.
But when he had seen it he called to him his counsellors, and asked what should be done.