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The English shilling.

--The shop-keepers in Canada are trying to drive the British shilling out of circulation. The banks promise to send back to England all shillings taken on deposit. They have ten and twenty cent pieces of British coinage circulating in Canada now, much more convenient change than the old-fashioned shillings.

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