They appear to have in view, as the objects of the preference with which they endeavor to alarm us, those whom they designate by the description of "the wealthy and the well-born.
Are "the wealthy and the well-born," as they are called, confined to particular spots in the several States?
Fogg repaired to the Exchange, where, he did not doubt, every one would know so wealthy
and considerable a personage as the Parsee merchant.
In the first place, those who are guilty of such sweeping criticisms do not know how many people would be made poor, and how much suffering would result, if wealthy people were to part all at once with any large proportion of their wealth in a way to disorganize and cripple great business enterprises.
At one time, when I was in Boston, I called at the door of a rather wealthy lady, and was admitted to the vestibule and sent up my card.
I shall sell it for many francs to a wealthy
And when a man who is wealthy
and is also accused of being an enemy of the people sees this, then, my friend, as the oracle said to Croesus, By pebbly Hermus' shore he flees and rests not and is not ashamed to be a coward.
We made up a nice little sum for her, and she has just opened a boarding-school for girls to which the wealthy
farmers hereabouts are beginning to send their daughters.
relative--would that I could add my spiritually-wealthy
I understand that wealthy
folk have tried to buy the lot time and again -- it's really worth a small fortune now, you know -- but `Patty' won't sell upon any consideration.
The gentlemen assembled at Bilibin's were young, wealthy
, gay society men, who here, as in Vienna, formed a special set which Bilibin, their leader, called les notres.
She rejoiced at the way in which the poor and virtuous eventually surmounted the wealthy
William Holt, a wealthy
manufacturer of Chicago, was living temporarily in a little town of central New York, the name of which the writer's memory has not retained.
In like manner are the antients, such as Homer, Virgil, Horace, Cicero, and the rest, to be esteemed among us writers, as so many wealthy
squires, from whom we, the poor of Parnassus, claim an immemorial custom of taking whatever we can come at.
Leaving the school very young as a brilliant officer, he had at once got into the circle of wealthy
Petersburg army men.