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I make no doubt that this is done already to a large extent by stipendiaries and the more enlightened magistrates.
THE LAW AND THE POOREDWARD ABBOTT PARRY
On the 30th of March, 1560, he departed for Leipzig, in order to examine the stipendiaries of the Elector.
THE LIFE OF PHILIP MELANCHTHONKARL FRIEDRICH LEDDERHOSE
Even then Norfolk and Hereford refused to sail; but the greater part of the minor magnates consented to serve as stipendiaries.
The other western tribes and the Persian stipendiaries together reached about the same number.
The Vicars at York are still a purely clerical body, the lay members of the choir being mere stipendiaries.
I estimate the present expenditure at, civil and fiscal establishments, and stipendiaries, 38 lacs.
But this stipend should be independent of those to be continued to the stipendiaries of the Rajah.
Under these conditions a considerable force of stipendiaries was levied without much difficulty.
The great wire-puller and his gang of stipendiaries were the objects of popular gratitude and adoration.
STORIES BY AMERICAN AUTHORS (VOLUME 4)CONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
A guard of Swiss stipendiaries is not enough for the liberticide schemes of the Capets.

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