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" ... whereby such small portions and quantities of things vendible as the necessity and use, especially of the poorer sort of people, oftentimes required, might be conveniently bought and sold without enforcement to buy more ware than would serve for their... "
The Coinage of Ireland in Copper, Tin, and Pewter, 1460-1826 - Page 4
by Philip Nelson - 1905 - 98 pages
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Annals of the Coinage of Britain and Its Dependencies: From the ..., Volume 3

Rogers Ruding - Coinage - 1819
...pass between vintners, tapsters, chandlers, bakers, and other like tradesmen and their customers1; whereby such small portions, and quantities, of things...passed only between customers, did not that good to the publick which might, by a more general use, be effected. That they were subject to counterfeiting,...
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Knight's Penny Magazine, Volume 13

1844
...toleration had existed in the realm of tokens of lead, commonly known by the name of farthing-tokens, to pass between vintners, tapsters, chandlers, bakers,...to buy more ware than would serve for their use and occasion." But it was objected, that as these tokens had not general currency throughout the country,...
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Tradesmen's Tokens Current in London and Its Vicinity Between the Years 1648 ...

John Yonge Akerman - Bars (Drinking establishments) - 1849 - 257 pages
...realm, of tokens of lead, commonly known by the name of farthing tokens, to pass between vintuers, tapsters, chandlers, bakers, and other like tradesmen...than would serve for their use and occasions. But it objeeted, that the manner of issuing them and the use of them, as they passed only between customers,...
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The Social Life of Money in the English Past

Deborah Valenze - Business & Economics - 2006 - 308 pages
...by the name of farthing tokens, to pass between Vintners, Tapsters, Chandlers, Bakers and other the like Tradesmen and their Customers, whereby such small...quantities of things vendible as the necessity and use specially of the poorer sort of People doth oftentimes require may be conveniently bought and sold...
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The Transformation of England: Essays in the Economic and Social History of ...

Peter Mathias - Business & Economics - 2005 - 324 pages
...the Crown in a proclamation of 1613. This underlined the function that tokens had in retail trade. 'Whereby such small portions and quantities of things vendible as the necessity and use specially of the poorer sort of People doth often times require', ran the announcement, ' ... the use...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 13

1844
...toleration had existed in the realm of tokens of lead, commonly knowti by the name of farthing-tokens, to pass between vintners, tapsters, chandlers, bakers,...to buy more ware than would serve for their use and occasion." But it was objected, that as these tokens had not general currency throughout the country,...
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The Mint, Volume 30

1991
...by the name of farthing tokens, to pass between Vintners, Tapsters, Chandlers, Bakers and other the like Tradesmen and their Customers, whereby such small...quantities of things vendible as the necessity and use specially of the poorer sort of People doth oftentimes require may be conveniently bought and sold...
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