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- n. Plural form of Carolus.
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After several struggles with himself, vanity prevailed, and he accordingly went and took away the things, viz., 57 guineas and a half, 25 Caroluses,  5
But when Crispin announced that he was master of some two hundred Caroluses, Hogan, with a wave of the hand, declared the matter settled.
So late as the time of the Restoration every trader had his own strong box in his own house, and, when an acceptance was presented to him, told down the crowns and Caroluses on his own counter.
Caroluses,  5 Jacobuses, 3 Moidores, six piece of silver, two purses valued at twelve pence.