The achivi is the people, and the McClellanists are the reges.
And in 43 he speaks of erga Reges obsequium as characteristic of some particular tribes: see Norman Conquest, i. 579.
No one denied that God could directly intervene in the affairs of kingdoms, for he himself had said: Per me reges regnant.
At reges, ubi de adventu Marii cognoverunt, diversi in locos difficiles abeunt.
Valde ejus sermo de Publio cum tuis litteris congruebat, ipse vero mirandum in modum Reges odisse superbos.
This I take to be the meening of that passage in Tacitus, "Reges ex nobilitate, duces ex virtute sumunt."
Et nunc, reges, intelligite; erudimini, qui judicatis terram.
Extinctis Ducibus in Francis, denuo Reges creantur ex eadem stirpe qua prius fuerant.
The "Reges," an infantry detachment, were keeping guard there with Ursicinus, who commanded them.