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Very good; we allow but half as much; we pay her only a tenth of a cent a day; and --"
Then the tradesman does not pay a part of it-- the purchaser pays all of it?
Ah, if an outcast like me had such a home to go to, and such incomings by the year and by the month, I would pay much gold and silver to redeem my captivity.
At length some of his favourites whom he most confided in, knowing his cruelty and our inability to pay what he demanded, and apprehending that, if he should put us to the death he threatened, they should soon see the fleets of Portugal in the Red Sea, laying their towns in ashes to revenge it, endeavoured to soften his passion and preserve our lives, offering to advance the sum we should agree for, without any other security than our words.
The difficulty is, Sir Knight, that I have no money here; let Andres come home with me, and I will pay him all, real by real.
He reminded me of it, telling me if I did not pay for you, he would be paid by M.
This handkerchief might sell for forty-five francs, mademoiselle," she said, "and I will pay that much for it myself, and will charge nothing for my services to-day.
The Law,' he said, 'we ca'n't control: Pay, or the Law must take its course
In the same manner as, in opposition to the king's expectation, you refused to pay me.
In the next place, there should, if possible, be a fund to pay all the citizens--who have any share in the management of public affairs, either as members of the assembly, judges, and magistrates; but if this cannot be done, at least the magistrates, the judges the senators, and members of the supreme assembly, and also those officers who are obliged to eat at a common table ought to be paid.
Does that mean you won't pay for it after having told me I could get it?
Ay, marry," said Prior Vincent, smacking his lips after a deep draught of wine, "I have kept a close watch upon him, albeit he was unawares of the same, and I know right well that he hath no money to pay me withal.