A TABLE of Breadth, Height, and Content. Brendih. 1: Height in fort.it Inches. ft. in. | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 2 3 4 5 : 6171519110111 2 6 15/30/45/601124 5 6 7 9101112-14 7 1631 47 62! 13456 8 9 10 12 13 14 8 1613248164|1|31 41 5 7 8 9 11 12 1315 9 1733 4966|| 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 1112 14/15 10 17134'51|68|| 2 416 9 10 11 13 14 16 11 18 35 53 70 1 2 3 46 719110121315/16 3 0 18 36.54 72||2|3 5 6 8 9111112: 14,15,17 1 1937 56 74 3 56 8 911|12 14 16 17 2 1938 57176! 235 6 8 10 11314116117 3 1939\59,781 2 3 81011113 15:10 18 4 2010/6080 35 71 8101213 15 17 18 5 211416282!) 235! 7 8 (101214161719 6 21/42,63 84|| 2145719 111 112 14116118119 7 22 431641861 4 5 7 9 11 13 14 16 13120 8 22 4466 88! 4 6 7 9 11 13 15 17 18 20 9 ||2314568901 7 3 1113,15,17! 1921 10 234669 921 2 4 9 112 1315 17 19 21 11 2347 70 94 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 2012 4 0.24 48729612 4 6 8 10 12 1 31011211416118 20:22) TO USE THE FOREGOING TABLE. First measure the breadth and height of your load to the ncarest are rage inch; then find the breadth in the left hand i olumn of the table, then move to the right on the saine line till you come under the beight in feet, and you will have the content in inches, answering the feet, to whicho add the content of the inches on the right alid divide the sum by 12, and you will have the true content of the load in !eet and inches. Nore.-The contents answering the inches being always small, may be added by inspection. RXALIPLES. 1 Admit a load of wood is 3 feet 4 inches wide, and 2 feet 10 inches high ; required the content. Thus, against 3 feet 4 inches, and under 2 feet, stands 40 inches; and under 10 inches at top, stands 17 inches . then 10+17=57 true conteni in inches, which divide by 12 gives 4 feet 9 inches, the answer 2. The breadth being 3 feet, and height 2 feet 8 inches; required tlie content. Thus, with breadth 3 feet 0 inches, and under 2 feet alop, stands 30 inches; and under 8 inches, stands 12 inches : now 36 and 12, make 48, the answer in inches ; and 48+12=4 feet, or just half a cord. 3. Admit the breadth to be 3 feet"l1 inches, and height 3 feet 9 inches ; required the content. Under 3 feet at top, stands 70 ; and under 9 inches, is 18 : 70 and 18, make 88+12=7 feet 4 inches, or 7 ft. 1 gr. 2 inches, the answer. 1,12360 10 TABLE I. Showing the amount of £1, or $1, at 5 and 6 per cent. per annum, Compound Inierest, for 20 years. Yrs. 15 per cent. 10 per cent. Yrs. 15 per cent. 6 per cent. 1 1,05000 1,06000 11 1,71034 1,89824 2 1,10250 12 1,79585 2,01219 3 1,15762 1,19101 13 1,88565 2,13292 4 1,21550 1,26247 14 1,97993 2,26090 5 1,27628 1,33822 15 2,07893 2,39655 6 1,34009 1,41851 16 2,18287 2,54727 7 1,40710 1,50363 17 2,29201 2,69277 8 1,47745 1,59384 18 2,40661 2,85433 9 1,55132 1,68947 19 2,52695 3,02559 1,62889 | 1,79084 | 20 | 2,65329 3,20713 VII. The weights of the coins of the United States. pwt. gr. Eagles, 11 6 Standard 5 15 Gold. 2 19 17 8 Ilalf-Dollars, 8 16 Standard 4 8 Silver 1 204 Cents, 8 16 Half-Cents, 8 The standard for gold coin 11 parts pure gold, and one part alloythe alloy to consist of silver and copper. The standard for silver coin is ! 485 parts fine to 179 parts alloy--the alloy to be whollo copper. 17 Copper. ANNUITIES. TABLE III. ty, forborne for 31 years or un of £i annuity, to contin. der, at 5 and 6 per cent. compound ue for 31 years, at 5 and interest. 6 per cent. compound int. Yrs. 5 6 5 6 1 1,000000 1,000000|| 0,952381 0,943396 2 2,050000 2,060000 1,859410 1,833393 3 3,152500 3,183600 2,723248 2,673012 4 4,310125 4,374616 3,545950 3,465106 5 5,523631 5,637193 4,329 1771 4,212364 6 6,801913 6,975319 5,075692 4,917324 7 8,142009 8,393838 5,786278 5,582381 8 9,549109 9,897468 6,463213 6,203794 9 111,026564;11,491316|| 7,1078226,801692 10 12,577892113,180770 7,7217351 7,360087 11 14,206787 14,971643|| 8,306414 7,886875 12 |15,917126 16,869942|| 8,363252 8,383844 13 (17,712982 18,382138| 9,3935731 8,852683 14 19,598632 21,015066 9,898641 9,294984 15 21,578564|23,275969 10,379658 9,712249 16 123,657492 25,672528|10,837769|10,105895 17 25,840366,28,21238011,274066 10,477260 18 28,132385/30,905653|1 ,689587;10,827603 19 30,539004 33,759992|12,08532111,158116 20 33,065954|36,785592|12,462210|11,469921 21 35,719252,39,992727||12,8-1153 11,764077 22 38,505214 43,39229113,163003 12,041582 23 41,430475 46,995828||13,488574 12,303380 24 44,501999 50,815578|13,798642 : 2,550357 25 47,72709954,86451214,093944 12,783356 26 51,113454 59,156382||14,375185 13,003166 27 154,669126'63,705765||14,643034/13,210534 28 158,40258368,528112||14,898127 13,406164 29 162,32271273,639798|15,141073 13,590721 30 66,43884779,058186|15,372451113,764831 31 170,76079084,801677||15,59281013,929086 U* TABLES THE three following Tables are calculated agreeable to an Act of Congress passed in November, 1792, making foreign Gold and Silver coins a legal tender for the payment of all debts and demands, at the several and respective rates following, viz. The Gold Coins of Great Bri. tain and Portugal, of their present standard, at the rate of 100 cents for every 27 grains of the actual weight there01. -Those of France and Spain 27 grains of the actual weight thereof.--Spanish milled Dollars weighing 17 pwt. 7 gr. equal to 100 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a dollai.--Crowns of France weighing 18 pwt. 17 gr. equal to 110 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a Crown. They have enacted, that every cent shall contain 208 grains of copper, and every half-ceat 104 grains. TABLE IV. Weights of several pieces of English, Portuguese, and French Gold Coins. |