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“And his cotton shirt, a cheap, two-shilling affair, showed a frayed collar and ineradicable paint stains.”
“The two-shilling rate for building the fort was usual for volunteers, but the Virginia militia paid only eight pence per day of active service.”
“I used to play tricks on my brothers – I'd tie a two-shilling piece to a bit of cotton, then pull it away as they went to grab it.”
“She didn't say much, but I gathered that she had been saving all the year for it, garnering her two-shilling pieces and half-crowns week by week.”
“Finally, he opened a drawer, reached in, and drew out a two-shilling piece.”
“One, its suckers big as two-shilling pieces, was clamped to the glass.”
“Our young friend amused the company during the evening by exhibiting a two-shilling magic-lantern, which he had purchased, and likewise by singing”
“He flicked up the flap of the bill; a two-shilling piece lay beneath.”
“She took a dozen of two-shilling tickets for the final concert and sent them to those friends who could not be trusted to come otherwise.”
“Thus Richard set off to walk clear to the other side of Bristol in time to secure a two-shilling seat on the box; this necessitated sitting on top of the coach exposed to the elements, but the day did not promise rain.”
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