Well, a prince of the blood don't belong to the royal family exactly, and he don't belong to the mere nobility
of the kingdom; he is lower than the one, and higher than t'other.
His brightening mind brightened his features, and added spirit and nobility
to their aspect: I could hardly fancy it the same individual I had beheld on the day I discovered my little lady at Wuthering Heights, after her expedition to the Crags.
Once more the inborn nobility
of that perverted nature had risen superior to the deception which it had stooped to practice.
I must do, to live, what others of my countrymen, even with nobility
at their backs, may have to do some day-work.
Trabb then bent over number four, and in a sort of deferential confidence recommended it to me as a light article for summer wear, an article much in vogue among the nobility
and gentry, an article that it would ever be an honour to him to reflect upon a distinguished fellow-townsman's (if he might claim me for a fellow-townsman) having worn.
A circumstance which greatly tended to enhance the tyranny of the nobility
, and the sufferings of the inferior classes, arose from the consequences of the Conquest by Duke William of Normandy.
As to their military affairs, they boast that the king's army consists of a hundred and seventy-six thousand foot, and thirty-two thousand horse: if that may be called an army, which is made up of tradesmen in the several cities, and farmers in the country, whose commanders are only the nobility
and gentry, without pay or reward.
Do not by deserting me let my shame become the talk of the gossips in the streets; make not the old age of my parents miserable; for the loyal services they as faithful vassals have ever rendered thine are not deserving of such a return; and if thou thinkest it will debase thy blood to mingle it with mine, reflect that there is little or no nobility
in the world that has not travelled the same road, and that in illustrious lineages it is not the woman's blood that is of account; and, moreover, that true nobility
consists in virtue, and if thou art wanting in that, refusing me what in justice thou owest me, then even I have higher claims to nobility
Clause 7 -- "No title of nobility
shall be granted by the United States; and no person holding any office of profit or trust under them, shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state.
No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; make any thing but gold and silver a legal tender in payment of debts; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts; or grant any title of nobility
This salon, in which the lesser nobility
, the clergy, and the magistracy meet together, exerts a great influence.
Next above these come the Nobility
, of whom there are several degrees, beginning at Six-Sided Figures, or Hexagons, and from thence rising in the number of their sides till they receive the honourable title of Polygonal, or many-sided.