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Numerology information Fourpence:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Songs about Fourpence:
Rileanna:Lady Montgomery/Follow Mw Down/Give The Girl Her Fourpence/Tie The Bonnet by TE'ADA from the Album Inné Amárach
Around The World For Sports / Fourpence Ha'Penny Farthing / Trip To The Keys / Seven Stars by Phil Bartlett, Gerry Murphy, Dave Hillery, Dave Howes, Steve Turner, Bob Morton Bob Diehl from the Album Trip To Harrogate
Castle Ceili's / Pay The Girl Her Fourpence / Miko Russell's - (reel) by Seamus Egan from the Album Traditional Music Of Ireland
Fourpence a Day by Jo Freya from the Album Traditional Songs of England
Fourpence a Day by Kate Wilson Suzannah Clarke from the Album The Valley of Tees' Songs of West Durham - The Northumbria Anthology
Fourpence a Day by Ewan MacColl from the Album The Iron Muse - A Panorama of Industrial Folk Music
Fourpence A Day by Megson from the Album Take Yourself A Wife
Books about Fourpence:
Four Meals for Fourpence by Grace Foakes (Jun 8, 2011)
Four Meals for Fourpence by Grace Foakes (May 12, 2011)
Fourpence: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases by Icon Group International (May 5, 2009)
The Elocution of Benjamin Franklin: When They Send Me Three and Fourpence (Plays) by Steven J. Spears (May 1, 1989)
Friday Was Fourpence by Kenneth Richards (1935)
Four Meals For Fourpence: A Heartwarming Tale of Family Life in London's old East End by Foakes, Grace (2011) (0100)
Four Meals for Fourpence by Foakes, Grace [Virago,2011] (Paperback) Reprint Edition (Jan 2, 0011)
Wiki information Fourpence:
The pre-decimal fourpence, sometimes known as a groat or fourpenny bit, was a coin worth one sixtieth of a pound sterling, or four pence. The coin was also known as a joey after the MP Joseph Hume, who spoke in favour of its introduction. It was a...
The groat is the traditional name of a long-defunct English silver coin worth four English pennies, and also a Scottish coin originally worth fourpence, with later issues being valued at eightpence and one shilling.