Imperial Government

Some articles on imperial, imperial government, government:

Li Shidao - Alliance With Wu Yuanji
... save Zhangyi would be to use guerilla warfare — retain a group of bandits to burn the imperial food supplies around the eastern capital Luoyang such that the imperial government would be forced ... They planned to burn the imperial palaces and carry out a slaughter of Luoyang's population ... The plot was leaked to the imperial defender of Luoyang, Lü Yuanying (呂元膺), however, and Lü mobilized his guards and surrounded the Pinglu liaison office ...
Liang Chongyi - As Jiedushi
... Chongyi soon began to govern the circuit as a semi-independent realm from imperial authority, and he was allied with several other generals in the same ... The imperial government was unable to do anything about them and was content with nominal submission from them ... his allies, he was completely surrounded by circuits loyal to the imperial government, and also had the weakest army among the six, he tended to be the most respectful to the imperial government and ...
History - The Tsugaru Clan in The Boshin War
... the Tsugaru clan first sided with the imperial government, and attacked the forces of the nearby Shōnai Domain ... Ōuetsu Reppan Dōmei, before backing out, once again in favor of the imperial government ... take part in any of the major military action against the imperial army ...
Imperial Government (Ottoman Empire)
... The Imperial Government of the Ottoman Empire was the government structure added to the Ottoman governing structure during the Second Constitutional Era ... The imperial government was composed of ...
Liu Peng - Service Under Zhu Tao
... Contrary to the prior independent stand that Li and Zhu Xicai took as to the imperial government, Zhu Ci was more reconciliatory and submissive to the imperial government, and in 774, he went to the Tang capital ... After Li Baochen died in 781, Li Baochen's son Li Weiyue requested imperial sanction to succeed him, but Emperor Daizong's son and successor Emperor ... (康日知, another Chengde general who had submitted to imperial authority during the campaign), with the lesser titles of military prefect (團練使, Tuanlianshi) ...

Famous quotes containing the words government and/or imperial:

    The government does not concern me much, and I shall bestow the fewest possible thoughts on it. It is not many moments that I live under a government, even in this world. If a man is thought- free, fancy-free, imagination-free ... unwise rulers or reformers cannot fatally interrupt him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The formal Washington dinner party has all the spontaneity of a Japanese imperial funeral.
    Simon Hoggart (b. 1946)