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And another shilling or so in biscuits, and another in fruit, eh?
If your purse have more than a just number of shillings or pence, I must e'en lighten it somewhat; for there are many worthy people round about these borders who have less than the just amount.
Captain John Hull was appointed to manufacture this money, and was to have about one shilling out of every twenty to pay him for the trouble of making them.
She put her hand in her pocket and took out the shilling, but the tears came with the sense of exhaustion and the thought that she was giving away her last means of getting food, which she really required before she could go in search of Arthur.
I gave the last farthing, all to that shilling, to the French trader, this very morning, as I came through the town, for powder; so, as you have nothing, we can have but one shot for it.
You will begin in each case by giving the outside porter one shilling.
Freddy owes me fifteen shillings," interposed Cecil.
You don't feel nearly so hard up with eleven pence in your pocket as you do with a shilling.
If Paul had received more than eighteen shillings a week he would not have lived in an attic.
The only thing to be careful about is that you do not pay more than a shilling for the shilling you earn.
Then he called the host to him and said, "Here, good man, are ten broad shillings for the entertainment thou hast given us this day.
For a while she had kept both herself and the child on the twelve shillings a week that twelve hours' drudgery a day procured her, paying six shillings out of it for the child, and keeping her own body and soul together on the remainder.