For when there are no six-shilling novels to reprint, obviously there can be no sevenpenny reprints of them.
"sevenpenny for men-servants, sixpenny for women," she explained.
Three days out and the ship's library was taken by assault, and the sevenpenny novels that formed it disappeared into the cabins.
The Examiner has let down its price from a tenpenny to a sevenpenny.
They can machine 1-1/2 dozen sevenpenny shirts in a day, by working till midnight and later.
Did the mandarins imagine that they were going to stop the sevenpenny, that anything could stop it?
Well, it is notorious that if the sevenpenny publishers are publishing one particular book just now, that book is "Kipps."
Thirdly, the sevenpenny reprint of the popular novel is ruining the already ruined six-shilling novel.
He was feebly grappling with a sevenpenny which he could neither hold nor read.
It is comforting to perceive that this wickedness on the part of the sevenpenny reprint cannot indefinitely continue.