Uncle Mac has put all your affairs into my hands now, and here is your month's pocket money
I improved it greatly by practice in secret after I left school, and I ended by making it a source of profit and pocket money
to me when I entered the medical profession.
Everything found, you know; the six shillings is only pocket money
, to do what you like with, paid monthly.
1610, a fact which proved that they were guilders of Van Baerle the father and of Van Baerle the grandfather; but we will inform the reader at once that these three or four hundred thousand guilders were only the pocket money
, or sort of purse, for Cornelius van Baerle, the hero of this story, as his landed property in the province yielded him an income of about ten thousand guilders a year.
Dick wondered who paid for these excursions, and at the thought that the reprobate must get his pocket money
where he got his board and lodging, from poor Esther's generosity, he had it almost in his heart to knock the old gentleman down.
I have no pocket money
and no pockets, and all the stars are my trinkets.
All my pocket money
had been spent on it, and as bulbs were dear and my weekly allowance small, in a fatal hour I had borrowed from Fraulein Wundermacher, selling her my independence, passing utterly into her power, forced as a result till my next birthday should come round to an unnatural suavity of speech and manner in her company, against which my very soul revolted.
THE current weekly pocket money
for eight to 15-year-olds has fallen by 2.
WAGES may be rising as the economy picks up, but parents are still putting the squeeze on pocket money
as figures show it has fallen by 2.
PARENTS in the West Midlands are giving their children the smallest amount of pocket money
in the country.
FEWER children are getting pocket money
- and those who do are worse off than last year, a survey found.
Reasons for giving pocket money
vary widely - and many parents don't give it at all.