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84 AGNES BERNAUEBIN.
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in his mind . He had placed himself in direct antagonism to and the ideas relentless and feelings who were of the both times able , and and he willing had enemie to widen s , cunning the
breach between , the duke and circumstances . His temperament , alternations and his imag of inative mood . , idealizing He was at tendencies one time sanguin , produced eresolved strong
j court oyful , ; expecting at another , antagonism irritated , , mood and y , prepared depressed . to He confront , ' went to it ,
haughtily , for he knew that the priests hated him , and he " Repaid their liate "by a cheerful glee . "
The courtiers of his father he treated with cold hauteur . But he ments felt , that of , Hartmann from their von point Adelsreiter of view , there the chancellor was force in and the of argu Hans
_-, , the von D duties eg enterg of _^ his the position old Erbhqfmeister and the obli . They gations represented of Ms princel to him y
rank : they urged the considerations , of state policy , and the necessiton the t of the heir to the throneof forming an
alliance y which , would par serve the state . They affected , to believe the that the duke error had been which the could victim but of bring enchan misfortune tment , and in regretted the train
of unwisdom generous . Feudal prejudices , statecraft , and worldly policy , alike denounced the romantic -marriag'e , which , contracted by a
was but simp which le impolitic kni , g when ht , and mi contracted ght inconsiderate have afforded by a . prince His a theme who father must for expressed a one _Minnesanger day rei great gn , _,
grief of his and confessor anger , and and refused the chancellor to see his . Embittered son except in by the opposition presence ,
Albrecht bore himself ever more haughtily and disdainfully . priests at His enmity pride S hardened with till worse his father into he defiance was , the at court war , and with , and graduall himself with y the he . stood Thoug implacable ap h art he ,
still loved . his Angela , , there was no repose in the feeling , and Albrech Vohb t , found Herzog himself in Baiern at _, war Pfalzgraf with his bei times Hhein _^ with mid fate Graf and von
with urg his _, own unquiet heart . , , reproached standing On Agnes on herself a dizzy fell the for heig a shadow ht love , and which cast on a seemed perilous by him to . preci bring She pice felt misfortune ; and herself she
to her noble lord . becam duty An .. e embassy He necessary was from to , and be the absen Duke court t six Albrecht of Baiern months - willing Munclien . Agnes ly undertook to was the about Kaiser the to
fears his was becom wife of and e active a with dreads mother a emp strange , lest loyment and she presentiment could should and not of depress change accompany of evil her of . scene A husban him gnes , . the hid d Glad duke but her as their own left he
84 Agnes Bernauebin.
84 AGNES BERNAUEBIN .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), Oct. 1, 1863, page 84, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01101863/page/12/