At such moments I have compelled myself to remember her score of forty-seven coins
from the bottom of the swimming tank.
Poor Giles was the same; and I think the atmosphere of coins
might count in excuse for him; though he really did wrong and nearly went to prison.
The Moors have some small silver coins
and also some silver slugs worth a dollar each.
Do you mind putting this tray of coins
back in the cabinet, and giving me the next one to it?
Long ago the heap of coins
had become too large for the iron pot to hold them, and he had made for them two thick leather bags, which wasted no room in their resting-place, but lent themselves flexibly to every corner.
Phoebus counted the coins
, and turning towards Jehan with solemnity, "Do you know, Jehan, that there are three and twenty sous parisis!
All that need be remarked on the power to coin
money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin
, is, that by providing for this last case, the Constitution has supplied a material omission in the articles of Confederation.
Methinks now this coined
sun wears a ruddy face; but see!
The buttons would answer the ignorant savage as well as the coin
, the coin
would answer me better than the buttons; all hands were happy and nobody hurt.
He tried to put the coin
in my hand, and spoke again.
Clayton and the sailor inspected each coin
. To them there seemed not the slightest difference that could be detected other than the dates.
The Captain John Hull aforesaid was the mint-master of Massachusetts, and coined
all the money that was made there.