There was, on this occasion, in the manner of Laski towards his child, an evident sadness.
Becoming acquainted, Laski prevailed with Dee and Kelly to accompany him to his own country.
It was new to Laski to endure tamely the misconstruction of his motives, or the least impeachment of his veracity.
Laski at once consented; and very shortly afterwards they were all on the road to Poland.
He walked me down to see a friend of his, Laski, intellectually a sort of marvel—knows psychology and philosophy cold—grand talk.
Our alchymists too plainly saw that nothing more was to be made of the almost destitute Count Laski.
The language of entreaty was new to Laski; he had tried it, and had failed.
Shortly after his return to Poland, Laski died suddenly at Cracow, probably poisoned by one of his innumerable enemies.
For the next thirteen years Laski was a wandering apostle of the new doctrines.