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However, on reaching Spain, the magic of the Emperor's personality soon restored the vigour and prestige of the French arms.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
In choosing Massna to carry to Paris the tidings of peace, it was not only his prestige and renown which influenced Bonaparte.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
The man who has seen gains self-confidence and the prestige of his subject when he encounters others who have only heard and read.
The motive of this harmless ruse was to bolster up Spanish prestige and thereby avoid bloodshed.
In no colony where the value of the white manʼs prestige is appreciated would such a law have been promulgated.
Membership in the Virginia Council was considered a position of the greatest prestige and was almost an hereditary position.
Their reward is the local prestige which they enjoy and the litigantsʼ fees, and happily their services are not in daily request.
The one possessed the prestige of wealth, and rank, and ancestral power; the other, the energy of a vigorous and cultivated mind.
Not only was he defeated here, but he was smashed where the damage was even more destructive—in his prestige.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
George I. in his first speech to parliament laid claim to the ancient prestige of it.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON

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