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Mendicity became a distinct institution, was divided into various branches, and was provided with a language of its own.
The remarks about retail trade, about adulteration, and about mendicity, have a very modern character.
LAWSPLATO
In 1826 it was converted into a mendicity institution, and all its ornamental portions removed.
There was an enormous amount of vagrancy and mendicity, as there was in Scotland before the union.
Mendicity, as many a printed notice proclaims, is forbidden in the department of the Seine.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
Mendicity is one of the Curiosities—and not the least picturesque one—of this antique country.
THE PICTUREQUE ANTIQUITIES OF SPAIN;NATHANIEL ARMSTRONG WELLS
There should be a Mendicity Society for its preservation, together with other legacies of the middle ages.
THE PICTUREQUE ANTIQUITIES OF SPAIN;NATHANIEL ARMSTRONG WELLS
But the mendicity of the nineteenth century presents a very different spectacle from the mendicity of the seventeenth.
OLD ROADS AND NEW ROADSWILLIAM BODHAM DONNE
In the rural districts vagrancy and mendicity still survive, in spite of constabulary forces and petty sessions.
OLD ROADS AND NEW ROADSWILLIAM BODHAM DONNE
Every person was required to labor, and mendicity was prohibited.

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