I wish to pay for them," I added - otherwise I thought he might only pretend to make them - "with ready money
It was also made interesting by the testimony of Job Potterson, the ship's steward, and one Mr Jacob Kibble, a fellow-passenger, that the deceased Mr John Harmon did bring over, in a hand-valise with which he did disembark, the sum realized by the forced sale of his little landed property, and that the sum exceeded, in ready money
, seven hundred pounds.
This cost ready money
, and my balance at the bank was sorely in need of another lift from Raffles.
Of this chamber, Nicholas became the tenant; and having hired a few common articles of furniture from a neighbouring broker, and paid the first week's hire in advance, out of a small fund raised by the conversion of some spare clothes into ready money
, he sat himself down to ruminate upon his prospects, which, like the prospect outside his window, were sufficiently confined and dingy.
But I suppose you're too busy pocketing the ready money
, to think of the debtors, eh?
That he might not lack ready money
, she gave him a copper farthing of Birmingham manufacture, being all the coin she had about her, and likewise a great deal of brass, which she applied to his forehead, thus making it yellower than ever.
It was not a common thing for him to receive letters, for his bills were all paid in ready money
, and he had no friends of any sort.
He had bought the patent of the machine for fifty pounds from the inventor, who was almost ruined by the expenses of his ingenuity, and would have sacrificed anything for a handful of ready money
With this inscrutable artifice, Toby withdrew to purchase the viands he had spoken of, for ready money
, at Mrs.
And because the NHS is not swimming with ready money
- the petty cash box is, if you like, almost bare - there is very little leeway for funding drugs like Herceptin outside their licence.
It's only recently that track managements have woken up to the fact that the vast majority of ready money
used in daily life comes from a hole in a wall.
This is also true because of another stated (13) rule in this commentary as well as in another: (14) All contracts where more than the highest fair price is taken in ready money
, or less than the lowest fair price is taken in ready money
are formally or visually usurious.