I couldn't afford to sell one like it for less than fourpence.
He coined sixpences for Ireland worth only fourpence in England.
In all, a financial tribute of thirty-seven pounds three and fourpence was paid to the memory of the late Mr. Gibbs.
"Seven and fourpence 'ap'ny—most of it beer," said the child.
There is old Jones who lives out towards the Bell Rock, he owes three years' tithe—thirty-four pounds eleven and fourpence.
I should be surprised if she submitted meekly to the loss of one and fourpence.
The vendor said he could get fourpence a pound for the whole, and that it made capital Bristol board.
It will indeed, Hetty, and all for fourpence a day, say you?
There was then a general move towards the great white gate, and as he paid his fourpence the nods of recognition and How are ye's?
Why, sir, I tell you he was sellin' them before my face for fourpence a-piece.