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In June he bestowed on his foreign minister the papal fief of Benevento, with the title of Prince.

TalleyrandJoseph McCabe

Napoleon wanted them for Murat, and did not thank his Foreign Minister for again thwarting him.

TalleyrandJoseph McCabe

The recall of a foreign minister for alleged misconduct in office is a kind of capital punishment.

Memoir of John Lothrop Motley, CompleteOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

He returned to office in 1878 as president of the council and foreign minister.

It might have been expected that a foreign minister would have repelled such an accusation with indignation.

Talking of various schemes of life, fit for a man of spirit and education; I mentioned to him that of being a foreign minister.

Hungary regarded this lenient attitude on the part of the Foreign Minister with increasing disapproval.

In the World WarCount Ottokar Czernin

The Sardinian Foreign Minister resigned when the attempt to obtain a guarantee failed.

Builders of United ItalyRupert Sargent Holland

Consalvi again fruitlessly struggled against the Foreign Minister.

TalleyrandJoseph McCabe

"If we had taken Beale's advice we should have the gentleman under lock and key," said the Foreign Minister, shaking his head.

The Green RustEdgar Wallace

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