1 His brother offered to lend him money, as he would have so many expenses, presents to give.
2 His brother raised money for him, the princess advised him to leave Moscow after the wedding.
3 Malthus was a well-known capitalist, who had made his money by speculation in railway shares.
4 To Mihailov at that moment, excited by visitors, it was extremely distasteful to speak of money matters.
5 On getting home he flew into a rage with his wife for not having managed to put off the landlady, who had been asking for money.
6 Of course it was not really because of that, but everything together, he began this hospital to prove, do you see, that he was not miserly about money.
7 Levin had, moreover, to transact in Kashin some extremely important business relating to the wardship of land and to the receiving of certain redemption money for his sister, who was abroad.
8 As he had from a child a taste for painting, and as, not knowing what to spend his money on, he had begun collecting engravings, he came to a stop at painting, began to take interest in it, and concentrated upon it the unoccupied mass of desires which demanded satisfaction.
9 He did not know how great a sense of change she was experiencing; she, who at home had sometimes wanted some favorite dish, or sweets, without the possibility of getting either, now could order what she liked, buy pounds of sweets, spend as much money as she liked, and order any puddings she pleased.
10 After long negotiations over the legal details, the money was at last ready to be paid; but the notary, a most obliging person, could not hand over the order, because it must have the signature of the president, and the president, though he had not given over his duties to a deputy, was at the elections.
11 Then a small gentleman, very young-looking but very malignant, began to say that it would probably be agreeable to the marshal of the province to give an account of his expenditures of the public moneys, and that the misplaced delicacy of the members of the committee was depriving him of this moral satisfaction.
12 Apart from such exceptions, he resolved upon an increased outlay only where there was a surplus, and in making such an outlay he went into the minutest details, and insisted on getting the very best for his money; so that by the method on which he managed his affairs, it was clear that he was not wasting, but increasing his substance.