and more still he has <set> by himself

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Chinese - China
“‘There is a rajah in the northern provinces who has much wealth, though his lands are small. Much has come to him from his father, and more still he has set by himself, for he is of a low nature and hoards his gold rather than spend it. ...”

The Sign of the Four, novel

Context: A Sikh was talking to an Englishman.

Hi. Does “set” mean “looted” here?
Thank you.
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