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The emperor Nicholas of Russia declared, by ukase, his purpose to assist Austria.
An imperial ukase ordered that all the serfs in certain of the Russian states, between the ages of 30 and 35, should be enrolled.
Then came a ukase, ordering the immediate return home of all Russian girls abroad.
CONDEMNED AS A NIHILISTGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
The political ukase forbidding purchases from them must be withdrawn, and the markets must be thrown open to them again.
THE BOSS OF WIND RIVERDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
An imperial ukase of February 15, 1899, reorganized the Diet according to a plan drawn up by Pobidonostzeff.
THE STORY OF RUSSIAR. VAN BERGEN, M.A.
While the plenipotentiaries were discussing the terms of peace, autocracy launched a ukase calling for a consultative assembly.
THE STORY OF RUSSIAR. VAN BERGEN, M.A.
Then when I—which Heaven forbid—come to the throne I will promulgate another ukase annulling that one.
When I showed my ukase, and demanded to see my relations, they simply showed me two graves.
A recent ukase of the Czar's inhibits any member of the Imperial family from purchasing so much as a brass samovar on credit.'
A TRANSIENT GUESTEDGAR SALTUS
On one occasion the Empress ordered him to draw up a ukase, which, however, a great pressure of business caused him to forget.
THE MEMOIRS OF MADAME VIGE LEBRUNMARIE LOUISE ELISABETH VIGE-LEBRUN

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