Reverdil thought it advisable to accept all Bernstorff's prejudices against the favourite.
She told me the whole history of her intrigue with Bernstorff.
Bernstorff was seated at his writing-table when this letter was handed to him.
Unfortunately for the story, Bernstorff had not yet been overthrown.
On the contrary, there were many signs that Bernstorff's influence had grown under the new king.
Will notify you as soon as answer is received from Bernstorff.
Then she started up, and was petrified when she realized that the governor was Colonel Bernstorff.
The coolness 808 and firmness of Bernstorff saved the situation.
I so informed Bernstorff, and again he told me he had no objection.
Bernstorff will contrive to put any other kind of man in the wrong—I tell you that.'