It must not be supposed, however, that the emoluments of his new office were by any means very lordly.
But they were magistrates and judges; their posts and emoluments were in danger.
The word is also applied to the emoluments granted to a commander of a military order of knights.
The emoluments of senators are identical with those of deputies.
Massinger came among them no unworthy competitor for such honours and emoluments as the theatre could afford.
But beyond his emoluments as a partner in the invention, Alfred Vail had no recompense.
It was given forth in Cornwall that his emoluments amounted to £100,000 a year, and that he was making a gigantic fortune.
His enormous claims for honors and emoluments had been granted.
His emoluments were very considerable, as, besides his military appointments, he was superintendant of trade to the colony.
In that way lay advancement, emoluments, decorations, and the Tsar's favour.