I cannot allow such a statement about the landed proprietors to pass unchallenged.
In the first place, that is a considerable admission, and in the second place, one of the above was a peasant, and the other two were both landed proprietors!
There does not, and there has never existed such a one, because all socialists are derived from the two classes—the landed proprietors, and the seminarists.
All our eminent socialists are merely old liberals of the class of landed proprietors, men who were liberals in the days of serfdom.
Give me their books, give me their studies, their memoirs, and though I am not a literary critic, yet I will prove as clear as day that every chapter and every word of their writings has been the work of a former landed proprietor of the old school.
Why, you are a landed proprietor yourself!" cried Prince S. hotly.
There are no more uses of "proprietor" in the book.
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After 40 years of greeting guests in person, the proprietor is retiring.
No tax can be laid on land which will not affect the proprietor of millions of acres as well as the proprietor of a single acre.