A paper

A paper

Another name for prime paper.
References in classic literature ?
Very well," said the end soldier, and blew upon a paper whistle that hung around his neck.
Smallweed by no means reciprocated, "and so you chance to find, you know, a paper with the signature of Jarndyce to it.
said Craeke, laying a paper on the large table, on which the third bulb was lying, -- "the matter is, that you are requested to read this paper without losing one moment.
As my brother hesitated on the door-step, he saw another news vender approaching, and got a paper forthwith.
A little after he observed his son burning a paper which he thought should have been kept; and at that his excitement burst out so that it was painful to witness.
I untied the knot and I found forty Spanish gold crowns with a paper written in Arabic, and at the end of the writing there was a large cross drawn.
On the inside of the cover was a paper label, with the initials of K.
On the bed, and on a movable table which was attached to it, we found books and writing materials, and a paper containing some unfinished verses in manuscript, afterward identified as being in the handwriting of the deceased.
So, besides writing many pamphlets in prison, Defoe started a paper called the Review.
HAVING obtained an audience of the King an Ingenious Patriot pulled a paper from his pocket, saying:
Before going to sleep he was sufficiently wide awake to put a paper bag over his head to keep off the flies.
There's a paper here--" He stopped, for Fisher was looking at him with a singular expression; and it was Fisher who spoke next: