I went on hiring out to keep people from suspecting anything; but you knew all along; oh, yes!
The master has the power of hiring out his slave, for whose services he receives annually about a mura of rice, or forty seers.
The malle-poste, and the hiring out of post-horses, in France was an institution more highly developed than elsewhere.
The income from this small property was supplemented by hiring out as laborers on the large estates near by.
Other punishments were generally the same for both races, except the hiring out for petty offenses.
Jube did not know what hiring out meant, and answered vaguely that perhaps he did, but wasn't quite certain.
No fixed rates or rules governed the hiring out of rooms or parts of a room, and all sorts of imposition was practised.
The custom had gradually grown up among the Swiss cantons of hiring out soldiers to those who paid best for them.
Their name first attracted attention when Warren Hastings was charged with hiring out British troops for their suppression.
There were many such families, who have hitherto lived respectably and independently by hiring out their slaves.