"I arrest you for mendicity," he said, just about to lay his hand on his shoulder.
As a statesman he is powerless; but he has no objection to subscribe to the mendicity Society.
His occupation is gone, and he does not love the censor who deprives him of the weapons of his mendicity.
mendicity is a monarchy; it is governed by peculiar laws, and has a language of its own.
Every person was required to labor, and mendicity was prohibited.
Either the woman had returned from a German witches' Sabbath, or she had come out of a mendicity asylum.
Dear me, a very dreadful perfume, pan hanour—essence of mendicity—Im sorry I came.
In 1826 it was converted into a mendicity institution, and all its ornamental portions removed.
Is it not to condemn these latter to abandonment, misery, and mendicity?
There was an enormous amount of vagrancy and mendicity, as there was in Scotland before the union.