Half a crown you shall have, all for yourself, and the sixpenny boat that you longed for in the shops.
"Sevenpenny for men-servants, sixpenny for women," she explained.
There will always be some people toWell, you remember Dumas' comparison of the sixpenny and the six-shilling peaches.
It is but a sixpenny game if you like; but they want to win it.
Mr. James Payn recently received £1,000 for the rights of running one of his novels in the pages of a sixpenny magazine.
I gave him a sixpenny dinner in a cellar, where I myself was dining at the time.
Fancy the Londoners having to go and pay a fourpenny and a sixpenny bit each, per diem, for the pleasure of living in the town.
A sixpenny sponge or Madeira cake is the foundation of this summer sweet.
In the form of a sixpenny brochure it circulated rapidly, four editions being exhausted the first year.
They both gave me a sixpenny piece for my ballad; and then they went out.