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The magistrate told them to pay their fees, and go home, and mix a little wisdom with their merriment in future.

Fees were demanded for marriages, both by the church and the state.

The History of Cuba, vol. 3Willis Fletcher Johnson

And we don't want to pay the doctor's fees for this or any other kind of medicine in order to get them.

Fees to be $2 per quarter, while one pupil in five might be admitted free.

Ryerson Memorial VolumeJ. George Hodgins

The agent booked him for private concerts as hard as he could, but there was a great variance in the fees.

The IntriguersWilliam Le Queux

Fees were charged to children, and remitted only as an act of charity.

George BrownJohn Lewis

They must have been considerable, for the fees accruing on them to Secretary Zurita amounted to fifty-five ducats.

In those days officers were allowed to exchange on the payment of fees agreed upon.

He was for many years a magistrate and Chairman of the Quarter Sessions; but he would never accept of any fees as a magistrate.

The man must be saved; our Cure shall have his fees; our druggist shall provide the finest essences for the feast—no more pills.


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