Either through his awkwardness or mine, the leaves of the case opened, and the bank-note fluttered out.
She held out her hand for the bank-note which, with a sense of bafflement, he gave her.
With a groan Captain Oliphant flung down the second bank-note on the table.
"It is a bank-note," said the agent, stimulating equal enthusiasm, after his fashion.
No, not even when it came out that a letter had been lost with a bank-note in it.
The theft of old Galloway's bank-note has been traced to Arthur Channing.
"We know he didn't pay the bank-note in to his account," Sharon remarked.
They can't really suspect Arthur of stealing the bank-note, you know.
In 1773 an Act was passed making it punishable with death to copy the water-mark of the bank-note paper.
He had asked for ten pounds, and she had sent him a bank-note.