Among numerous school editions of the Prolog and The Knight's Tale may be named one issued by The American Book Co., 20 cents
"On the average, fifty milrays; half a cent
Add thirty-seven an' a half cents
interest on furniture, an' that makes two dollars an' eighty-seven an' a half cents
Here is a young fellow that offers to marry his daughter for $30,000--half price, as one may say-- and he talks about covering every cent
he lays down with one of my own.
Five dollars for five thousand words, ten words for a cent
- that particular thought took up its residence in his brain, and he could no more escape it than he could the "$3.85" under his eyelids.
"No matter for the cent
. You are welcome to Jim Crow."
Of course we can't afford to take these structures down under a bonus of five hundred per cent
upon the prime cost of our lot and plaster.
Their fate was pressing; they had not a cent
, and the children would perish--some money must be had.
railroad down in the valley for twenty-two cents
In other towns in Italy the people lie around quietly and wait for you to ask them a question or do some overt act that can be charged for--but in Annunciation they have lost even that fragment of delicacy; they seize a lady's shawl from a chair and hand it to her and charge a penny; they open a carriage door, and charge for it--shut it when you get out, and charge for it; they help you to take off a duster--two cents
; brush your clothes and make them worse than they were before--two cents
; smile upon you--two cents
; bow, with a lick-spittle smirk, hat in hand-- two cents
; they volunteer all information, such as that the mules will arrive presently--two cents--warm day, sir--two cents--take you four hours to make the ascent--two cents
And I was appalled at the price French Frank had paid--eighty cents
. EIGHTY CENTS
If you want to have your name on the quilt you pay five cents
, and if you want to have it right in the round spot in the middle of the square you must pay ten cents