Why, you'd be Lady Casselthorpe, with dukes and counts takin' off their crowns to you.
The proprietors of the show may be dukes, and earls, and marquisses, and so forth.
It's the Egypt lot I worry about: girls out for dukes, and dukes out for dollars.
Let Monmouth get the law changed, and it will do more for him than all the dukes in England.
The dukes of Coburg and Hildburghausen were miserable bankrupts.
These gentlemen were known as "dukes of the realm," and constituted the royal court.
Then, with a burst of confidence: "There will be kings and dukes at your feet!"
This imports nothing,—only he came by and by to associate with lords and dukes.
Angioletto and his lady-love had been better exercised than to think of dukes.
Here were the dukes, the cardinals, nay, the princes of the blood.