First and foremost, the Quaint Club had been bought at ten pounds a-head, by Gammon—that was all certain.
The spellings "ahead" and "a-head" are both used in this text.
He saw land at last far on a-head, and as he drew near it he understood whither the boat was bound.
The cost of settling a free labourer in Australia is about £16 a-head.
The driver mounted his box, and set off—and crossing the street, I commenced running to get a-head.
And E-li-sha rose and went with her, while Ge-ha-zi ran on a-head.
I overtook the Duke, who was a-head of me, and Madame dArnheim was left behind.
I, who was close behind him, and a-head of all the rest, was now hard bested.
I am more sorry for him than I can well express, Swinburne,” replied I; “but—what is that a-head—a vessel under weigh?
The foremost of them as soon as he got a-head of the boat, threw himself from a considerable height into the water.