bore no large proportion in amount to the gold, because the long pieces of linen which formed his chief work were always partly paid for in gold, and out of the silver
he supplied his own bodily wants, choosing always the shillings and sixpences to spend in this way.
fish in the silver
stream, O golden fish in the golden gleam, Tell me, tell me, tell me true, Shall I find my girl if I follow you?
Just as Rebecca had dropped over her fine features a screen of silver
gauze which reached to her feet, the door opened, and Gurth entered, wrapt in the ample folds of his Norman mantle.
Long John Silver
unearthed a very competent man for a mate, a man named Arrow.
In the left pocket we saw a huge silver
chest, with a cover of the same metal, which we, the searchers, were not able to lift.
And suddenly the door creaked and flew open, and a great heavy chest was pushed in, and behind it came the step-daughter, radiant and beautiful, in a dress all glittering with silver
The steward awoke from a heavy sleep, but his cracked head was still in such a whirl that he could not have sworn whether the Sheriff had ever owned so much as one silver
Hereupon all the old silver
in the colony was handed over to Captain John Hull.
First he shaped the shield so great and strong, adorning it all over and binding it round with a gleaming circuit in three layers; and the baldric was made of silver
Do you expect, sir, to find gold and silver
lying like pebbles on the surface of the earth?
She took off her old leather shoes and tried on the silver
ones, which fitted her as well as if they had been made for her.
Hans took out his pocket-handkerchief, put the piece of silver
into it, threw it over his shoulder, and jogged off on his road homewards.