For example, if another person would give one of these a shilling, the Corporation ought to give but ninepence.
What do we want of two horses down here, at two and ninepence a day?
"Fifteen and ninepence," muttered he, as he counted over the pieces in his hand.
I asked him what the charge was, and he said "ninepence," which means one shilling.
For them there was never more than ninepence in a shilling, if so much.
Better than ninepence, and finding your own cotton and sewing-silk.
I get ninepence; some of the women only get sevenpence halfpenny.
I made out four and ninepence (I am serious) in the house, when I went in.
This rate at the present time is about ninepence per gallon.
The dry summer beaver, not much valued, about one shilling and ninepence.