Not, indeed, that the squirearchy then present were at all disposed to regret Maitland's absence.
But the Baronage or squirearchy of the country were of another mind.
But the baronage or squirearchy of the country were of another mind.
This lowly lad fought the forces of "squirearchy and Hierarchy."
Such was more or less the universal humor in the squirearchy of Brandenburg; not of good omen to Burggraf Friedrich.
The squirearchy of that age cared no more for literary fame than the Roman aristocracy did for a poet or an actor.
A very large number of old mansions, belonging to the squirearchy of Elizabethan days, remain.
A few years since some of the most strenuous opponents of railways were to be found among the squirearchy.
Are the coronets of the nobility to be put up to sale like the acres of the squirearchy?
He had been made to understand clearly that it would be better that he should not enter in upon his squirearchy early in life.