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But being landless and moneyless they were dependent for employment on the old master class.
THE ULTIMATE CRIMINALARCHIBALD H. GRIMKE
Accordingly, they came in great numbers, so that he left himself moneyless.
CHILDREN'S RHYMES, CHILDREN'S GAMES, CHILDREN'S SONGS, CHILDREN'S STORIESROBERT FORD
The moneyless labouring class was wholly disfranchised of political powers, and thus disarmed of its powers of mischief.
A DEFENCE OF VIRGINIAROBERT L. DABNEY
He had been moneyless in many a town, hanging about the gambler's table, feeding upon the chip tossed by the exultant winner.
A YANKEE FROM THE WESTOPIE READ
It contains several poems that are superior to The Moneyless Man, but the general reader refuses to read them.
KENTUCKY IN AMERICAN LETTERS, V. 1 OF 2JOHN WILSON TOWNSEND
But such a set of moneyless rascals have never appeared, since the epoch of the happy villain Falstaff.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION,VARIOUS
So Franklin found himself alone and moneyless in London, and dependent wholly upon his own resources.
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, VOL IV. NO. XX. JANUARY, 1852.VARIOUS
He came to his company hatless, swordless, moneyless, but sound as ever—the same old Jo.
HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-SIXTH REGIMENT, ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, DURING ITS TERM OF SERVICEJOHN R. KINNEAR
But then there are many more moneyless people in the world than loveless; many more people who want money than who want love.
IF I MAYA. A. MILNE
He is good, and it is unselfish to take a moneyless, disgraced creature: but, my misery!
RHODA FLEMING, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH

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