He was held prisoner for three years in Germany, but in the end bought his liberty from the count palatine.
The count palatine is, probably, intended as a sketch of Marys husband.
He accompanied the count palatine of Zweibrcken to Poland, and on his return to Paris he devoted himself to writing.
The count palatine of the Rhine is also within these walls with a lesser entourage.
However, in 1647 his title was formally admitted by Wolfgang, count palatine of Neuburg.
We first hear of a royal official known as the count palatine of the Rhine in the tenth century.
A little later, however, he promised the same duchy to the count palatine of Sulzbach, a kinsman of the count palatine of Neuburg.
The diet decided that this office of judge belonged to the count palatine.
By this arrangement Brandenburg obtained Jlich and Berg, the rest of the lands falling to the count palatine.
Very well, we divide our company into four parties, as there is also the count palatine to reckon with.