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The Illustrated London News, vol.41, no.1161, p.222.

August 30, 1862

A New York paper states that a Brooklyn lady purchased an article in Fulton-street the other day, when she received the following as change for a one-dollar bill:—Ferry tickets, shinplaster, counterfeit penny, car ticket, milk ticket, butcher's IOU, grocer's IOU, bread ticket, three cent postage-stamp, one cent postage-stamp, and ice-cream ticket.

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