His little Margraviate was misgoverned enough for a great empire.
To the east of us were the Philippine islands, owned and misgoverned by the Spaniards.
England had not misgoverned the Soudan, had not raised the revolt or planted the garrisons.
But the common people are very unhappy; they are oppressed—they are misgoverned.
But how, it may be asked, could people so misgoverned get on, even as well as they did?
It is proverbial to say that Persia has been misgoverned for years.
How can one be proud of a country so misgoverned, so corrupt, so base as this?
My difficulty lies in permitting a person of title more than there need be in this misgoverned country.
It is to-day a beautifully kept and sanitary place, and is certainly not misgoverned.
He was appointed October 15, 1666, and speedily became the ruler of the kingdom which he misgoverned.