The first, collective or stipendiary, was levied by the towns and cities, and from them received its maintenance.
Such was the opinion entertained by Philip himself of the man who was supposed to be his stipendiary.
When captured by the Romans they made it a stipendiary town.
On a high chair behind a raised counter the stipendiary's substitute regarded her malevolently over his glasses.
One is presided over by the stipendiary magistrate and the others by the lay magistrates and the coroner.
One of his sons, who was a stipendiary magistrate in Nova Scotia, died in the time of harvest 1884.
The sentence of a stipendiary often differs from that of a local magistrate in the same town.
The evidence was excessively contradictory, and the stipendiary dismissed the summons with a good joke.
But their efficiency was counteracted by another result of stipendiary warfare.
To effect this object, a large police force was necessary, and it was accompanied by a stipendiary magistrate.