pay the bill

References in classic literature ?
Take my luggage on board the Campania to-morrow afternoon, and pay the bill at the hotel.
Every one of these minor firms claimed and received the privilege of drawing bills on Pizzituti, Turlington & Branca for amounts varying from four to six thousand pounds--on no better security than a verbal understanding that the money to pay the bills should be forwarded before they fell due.
Earlier, the agriculturists using power for tube-wells failed to pay the bill for years and billions are due against them and still they are spared and domestic and industrial consumers are being charged extra and punished.
Loved ones in the Philippines would have to make trips to both the remittance center and a bill pay location to pay the bill.
United Bank Limited (UBL) offers NetBanking to their consumers and they can enjoy the easy, safe and convenient way to pay the bill of their utilities.
CJ remarked your smiling is right but you don't pay the bill.
Summary: US President Barack Obama has told BP it will pay the bill for the clean up following the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico
They have to know why they did not pay the bill and then accordingly take the next step," said Mr Murad.
ONE in five dog owners who have taken their pet to the vet have had to raid their savings to pay the bill.
Cyril doesn't trust electronic banking with his hard-earned money and often drives to the store where he bought an item to pay the bill in person and walk out with a receipt.
They sent us a note saying that if we didn't pay the bill, they were going to cut off our water.