I had not a halfpenny in the world, and nothing that I could possibly sell to raise the money.
Now, she no longer gave a halfpenny; she worked off the amount solely by the washing.
A shilling changes masters more frequently than a guinea, and a halfpenny more frequently than a shilling.
He had not gone twenty yards when he found a halfpenny lying on the grass.
It may here be mentioned that the practice of collecting letters by the sound of bell did not cease with the halfpenny carriage.
After "astonishing the natives" with various tricks, he asked the loan of a halfpenny.
She, too, was said to be eccentric, but that was only because she was fond of getting full value for a halfpenny.
Brother Merry gave him a third quarter of the loaf, and the third halfpenny.
Three days afterwards there came a scrubby little roll of paper, with a halfpenny stamp on it.
halfpenny Hole lay in the bottom of a slope seven miles from Dilborough.