Passage money

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money paid for conveyance of a passenger, - usually for carrying passengers by water.

See also: Passage

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They were all willing (he said) to sacrifice their passage money, if the commander of the steamer would only put them ashore.
Choice of rooms and of seats at the tables apportioned in the order in which passages are engaged; and no passage considered engaged until ten percent of the passage money is deposited with the treasurer.
He left Bohemia with more than a thousand dollars in savings, after their passage money was paid.
To money paid first cost--francs 100, at 5.25, -- $19.04 To interest on same for -- 00.00 To portion of passage money, -- 00.04 To porterage, -- 00.00 1/4 To washing and making up, -- 00.25(Mem.--See if a deduction cannot be made from this charge.)
"I'll sail with ye," --he says, --"the passage money, how much is that, --I'll pay now." For it is particularly written, shipmates, as if it were a thing not to be overlooked in this history,"that he paid the fare thereof" ere the craft did sail.