10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OPULENCY»
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Remains of Sir Walter Raleigh: Maxims of State. Advice to ...
Maxims of State. Advice to His Son; His Son's Advice to His Father. His Skeptic.
Observations Concerning the Causes of Magnificency and Opulency of Cities ...
Observations Touching Trade and Commerce ... His Letters to Divers Persons of
6f Notes, 1876): "Sceptick, or Speculations and Observations of the Magnificency
and Opulency of Cities ;" and this is repeated in the British Museum Library
Catalogue. In Lowndes' work, however, the fusion and confusion are simply awful
A Bibliography of Sir Walter Raleigh
208-21 3 ; Observations concerning the causea of the Magnificency and
Opulency of Cities [repeated partly], pp. 214-219; Letters, pp. 220-255;
Pilgrimage, pp. 256-257; Verses, p. 258; Speech, pp. 259-264. Raleigh. Remains
| of | Sir Walter ...
The Imperial dictionary, on the basis of Webster's English ...
OPULENCY 317 ORANGE-LILY Opulency (op'o-len-sl), n. Same as Opulence. ' A
pereon not only of great opulency, bat authority. ' A Uerbury. Opulent (op'u-lent).
a. [L. opulenhu, from open, wealth. ] Wealthy; rich; affluent; having Urge means ...
John Ogilvie, Charles Annandale, 1883
The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language: A Complete ...
A person not only of great opulency, but authority.' Atterbury. Opulent (op'u-lent).
a. [L. opulentu*, from ope*, wealth,] Wealthy; rich; affluent; having large means.
The wealth of the Medici made them masters of Florence, though it is probable ...
John Ogilvie, Charles Annandale, 1882
Sir Walter Raleigh's Sceptick, Or Speculations and ...
This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher.
King Of England James I, 2011
Sir Walter Raleigh's Sceptick, Or, Speculations: And, ...
Covering a span of over 400 years in North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean, this collection highlights the society, politics, religious beliefs, culture, contemporary opinions and momentous events of the time.
Smoked Yankees: Letters from Negro Soldiers (p)
Before this time next week our boys will experience a change from abject poverty
to comparative opulency. The most popular man in the army — the paymaster —
will have visited the camp by that time. [J. Madison Pierce] /. Madison Pierce ...
Willard B. Gatewood Willard B. Gatewood, Jr.
Villare Cantianum: Or, Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Being ...
... church, in the year 1096, by one Halden, who for grandeur and opulency, was
reckoned one of the princes of England. The value and extent of it, are more
particularly set forth, in the records of the church of Canterbury, in the conqueror's
John Philipot, Thomas Philipot, 1776
Remarks Upon the Antient and Present State of London: ...
So that that Fire, however difaftrous it might be to the then Inhabitants, has prov'd
infinitely beneficial to their Pofte- rity j conducing vaftly to the Improvement and
Increafe, as well of the Riches and Opulency, as of the Splendour of this City.