Pepin now finally defeated the Lombards, and assigned a part of the conquered territory to the pope.
(p. 075) Pepin, however, had in view a more national war than this.
Pepin dying in 640, the king appointed Grimoald, mayor of the palace, in his father's room.
During the ministry of this meek prelate, Pepin was declared king of France.
Thus fortified against opposition, Pepin proceeded to fulfil all the ceremonies attaching to the kingly dignity.
Pepin was outwitted, and threw away the prey after he had hunted it down.
The Lone Wolf had exhibited his new medicine, and requested Mr. Pepin to make the ghosts talk, which he did.
Ye are my subjects, cried Pepin, since from my lands ye come.
King Pepin goes into the forest, finds her, recognises and marries her, whilst Elizabeth is burnt alive.
It was that thought of Broadway to pale the sallow, anxious cheek of Mr. Pepin.