See also:money, originally a
See also:leather pouch tied at the mouth, but now of various shapes . The
See also:great seal of England is
See also:borne by the
See also:bearer in a purse, usually styled " burse," decorated with the arms of the
See also:kingdom, the " burse" being thus one of the insignia of
See also:office of the
See also:lord chancellor of England . The " privy purse" is the amount of public money set apart in the
See also:list for the private and
See also:personal use of the
See also:sovereign (see PRIvY PURSE) .
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