urgent remonstrances

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  • It required the coadjutor's most urgent remonstrances to keep them from imitating their neighbours. Cited from Saint Augustin, by Louis Bertrand
  • Claudius might still have saved his fleet by immediate flight, but this he absolutely refused to do, notwithstanding the strong and urgent remonstrances of his officers. Cited from Kerr's Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 18, William Stevenson
  • Against the urgent remonstrances of the United States Minister at the Court of England, she was allowed to sail although her mission was well known. Cited from Brief History of the United States, by Barnes & Co
  • At the same time the Emperor became seriously embarrassed, even in Spain, where the prelates and grandees never saw him without making the most urgent remonstrances. Cited from Civilization of Renaissance in Italy, J Burckhardt
  • The publication of his book was however, for some time delayed by the urgent remonstrances of his friends, who thought it was beneath the dignity of a nobleman to condescend to write a book. Cited from Great Astronomers, by R. S. Ball
  • Nay, he was even accused of having brought back to severity the milder sentiments to which the urgent remonstrances of the provinces had at last disposed the monarch. Cited from Revolt of Netherlands, by F. Schiller, Book II
  • Champfleur, the commandant, went out to them with urgent remonstrances, and at length prevailed on them to leave their victim without further injury, until Montmagny, the Governor, should arrive. Cited from Jesuits in North America, by Francis Parkman
  • Coburg, although the Austrians had maintained their ground on every other point, resolved to retreat, notwithstanding the urgent remonstrances of the youthful archduke, Charles, who had greatly distinguished himself. Cited from Germany History, V4, by Wolfgang Menzel
  • He had insisted on forging ahead with Putnam, who, as usual, was in front with his Rangers, and against his urgent remonstrances went with him into the vortex of the fire, where he was killed. Cited from "Old Put" The Patriot, by Frederick A. Ober
  • The thought of his being completely severed from her and exposed to the hardships and perils of a boisterous profession, overcame even her resolute mind, and at her urgent remonstrances the nautical scheme was given up. Cited from Life of George Washington, V1, by W. Irving
  • In the spring Of 1783, soon after her arrival at Bath, they were formally engaged, but the urgent remonstrances of her friends and family caused the engagement to be broken off, and Piozzi went to Italy. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay Volume 1
  • Learning who Ogier was, he instantly declared him his prisoner, in spite of the urgent remonstrances and even threats of Carahue and Sadon, and carried him under a strong guard to the Saracen camp. Cited from Bulfinch's Mythology, by Thomas Bulfinch
  • Learning who Ogier was he instantly declared him his prisoner, in spite of the urgent remonstrances and even threats of Carahue and Sadon, and carried him, under a strong guard, to the Saracen camp. Cited from The Junior Classics, V4, Ed. by Willam Patten
  • Salazar de Mendoza refers the sovereign's consent to the banishment of the Jews, in a great measure, to the urgent remonstrances of the cardinal of Spain. Cited from History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella V2
  • These offenses, coinciding with urgent remonstrances from the Papal Curia, gave the Venetian Government fair pretext for expelling him from their dominions. Cited from Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2, by John Addington Symonds
  • The residents, greatly alarmed, or affecting to be, lest they should soon be the victims of an ungovernable armed mob, addressed the most urgent remonstrances to General Butler against General Phelps's proceedings. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 69, July, 1863, by Various
  • As Mr. Douglas was desirous of reaching Edinburgh the following day, he had, in spite of the urgent remonstrances of his friendly host and the elegant importunities of his lady, ordered the carriage at an early hour; and Mary was too eager to quit Howffend to keep it waiting. Cited from Marriage, by Susan Edmonstone Ferrier
  • Alarmed by the universal hatred which this Italian campaign had drawn upon him, and wearied out by the urgent remonstrances of the Electors, who zealously supported the application of the French ambassador, the Emperor promised the investiture to the new Duke of Mantua. Cited from The Thirty Years War, by F. Schiller, Book II
  • The delays and insults of the Turks had driven the Greeks to desperation, and only the urgent remonstrances of the Powers availed to hold back the Cabinet of Athens from a declaration of war. Cited from The Development of the European Nations, by John Holland Rose
  • For his valuable security, the Shaykh demands a small fee (7 or 8 piastres), which, despite the urgent remonstrances of protector and protege, you deduct from the latter's wages. Cited from Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah & Meccah 1, R Burton