In the book 'The Heart of Midlothian' by Walter Scott, we can see some statements:
"To a very decent merchant, a cousin o' my ain, a Mrs. Glass, sir, that sells snuff and tobacco, at the sign o' the Thistle, somegate in the town.";
"O, my worthy snuff-merchant?I have always a chat with Mrs. Glass when I purchase my Scots high-dried.?";
"some of them I wadna trust wi' six pennies-worth of black-rappee.";
'I hope the snuff continues to give your Grace satisfaction.';
"This did not quite satisfy the penetrating mistress of the Thistle. Searching as her own small rappee,"