I am about to leave England, and have a monied trust to settle before I go.
“They are the monied land-owners, the vested interests,” he put in.
"So he is, egad—thank you," and Ashwoode was instantly by the monied man's side.
I treated Betsy shamefully—not in a monied sense, but in every other way.
Monied Interest resentfully explains that he is going to Paris too.
Monied Interest considers it a band-box, and not made to last.
I've no patience with those contented fellows: it's my belief they steal away the happiness of monied men.
Every dime weighs something in the scale of their monied calculations, and every cent must be placed in the treasury.
They had formed such a connection with the monied interest of the kingdom, that no administration could go on without them.
In it the author denounced the war as the plot of a ring of Whig stock-jobbers and monied men.