Ans. 58 3 12 neat. 2. What is the neat weight of 7 tierces of rice, cach weighing 4 cwt. I gr. 9 lb. gross, tare per tierce 34 lb. 7 Fus. 28C.Or. 21!. 3. In 9 firkins of butter, each weighing 2 grs. 12 ib. gross, tare 11 lb. per firkin, how much neat: Ans. 4. 2grs. Olh. 4. In 241 bls. of figs, each 5 qrs. 19 lb. gross, tare 10 lb. per barrel ; how many pounds neat? ns. 22413. 5. In 16 bags of pepper, each 851b. 40%.. gross, tare per bay, Sib. 507..; how many pounds neat? dus. 1311. 6. In 75 barrels of tius, each 2 grs. 27 lb. gross, tare in the whole 597 lb ; how much neat weight? Ans. 50C. Igr. 7. what is the neat weight of 15 bhuls. of Tobacco, cacis weighing 7 cwt. 1 yr. 13 lb. tare 100 Th. frer hhd. ! Ans. 971. Ogr. 11lb. CASE III. When the tare is at so much per cwt.-Divide the gross weight by the aliquor part of a cwt. for the tare, which subtract from the gross and the remainder will be neat weight. EXAMPI.E.S. 1 What is the neat weight of 44 cwt. 3 grs. 16 lb. gross, tare 11 lb. per cwt. : C. grs. *lh. 1415. | 3 | 44 5 5 2 12 tare 16 $7038. 2. What is the neat weight of 9 hhds. of Tobacco, each weighing gross 8 cwt. $ qrs. 14 lb. tare 16 lb. per cwt. ? Ans. 68C. 1qr. 24lb. 3. What is the neat weight of ? bbls. of potasli, each weighing 291 lb. gross, tare 10 lb. per cwt. Ans, 1281lb. 6oz. 4. In 25 barrels of figs, each 2 cwt. 1 qr. gross, tare per cwt. 16 lb.; how much neat weight ? Ans. 48cwt. 241b. 5. In 85 cut. 3 qrs. gross, tare 20 lb. per cwt. what neat weight? Ans. 68cwt. Sqrs. 5lb. 6. In 45 cwt. S q s. 21 lb. gross, tare 8 lb. per cut how much neat weight? Ans. 42cwt. 2qrs. 173lb. 7. What is the value of the neat weight of 8 hhds. of sugar, at 89, 54 cts. per cwt. each weighing 10 cwt. 1 or. 14 ib. gross, tare 14 lb, per cwt. ?' Ans. 8692, 84cts. 2 m. CASE IV. When Trett is allowed with the Tare. 1. Find the tare, which subtract from the gross, and call the remainder suttle. 2. Divide the suttle by 26, and the quotient will be the trett, which subtract from the suttle, and the remainder will be the neat weight. EXAMPLES. 1. In a hogshead of sugar, weighing 10 cwt. 1 qr. 12 lb. gross, tare 14 h. per cwt. trett 4 !5. per 104 lb. how much neat weight? * This is the trett allowed in London. The rrazon of dividing by 26 is because 4 lb. is of 104 lb. tut if the trett is at any other rate, other parts mast be taken, accord ing to the rate proposed, &e. 2. In 9 cwt. 2 qrs. 17 lb. gross, tare 41 lb. trett 4 lb. per 104 lb. how much neat: Ans. Scut. Sirs. 20lb. 3. In 15 chests of sugar, weighing 117 cwt. 21 lb.gross tare 173 lb. trett 4 lb. per 104, how many cui. Neat? Ans. illorrt. 2216. 4. What is the neat weight of s tierces of rice, eich weighing 42wt. 3 qrs. It ib. gross, tare 16 lb. per cwt. and allowing trett as usual? Ans. 12eurt. Ogrs. 61h. 5. In 25 barrels of figs, eac! 84 B. gross, täre 12 lb. per cwt. trett 4 lb. per 104 lb.; how many pounds neat? us. 1803 + 6. What is the value of the neat weight of 4 barrels of Spanish Tobacco; numbers, weights, and allowances as follows, at 9ju. per pound? cut, grs. lb. No i Gross 1 2 15* 1 0 23 1 0 09 0 3 21 Tare 16 lb. per cut. Ans £17 16s. Sd. CASE V. When Tare, Trett. and Cloff are allowed : Deduct the tare and treat as before, and divide the sut. tle by 168 (Ivecause 2 ib. is the išs of S cwt.) the quoi. tie:it will be the chil, which subtract froin the sutlle, and the remainder will be tie neat weight. EXAMPLES. 1. In S hogsheads of Tobacco, each weighing 13 cwt. 3qrs. 2; lb. gross. tare 107 lb. per how shearl, tiria 4 Ib. per 104 1b. and clotl 2 ib. per i cwt. as usual ; how much cut. qrs. 16 55 443 112 1563 Th. gross of i bhd. 3 4689 whole gross. 107 X3= 321 tarc. 26) 4368 suttle. 168 trett. 168)4500 suttle 25 cloft. Ans. 4175 neat weight. 2. What is the neat weight of 26 cwt. Syre. 20 lb. gross tare 52 lb. the allowance of cret: and clutt'as usual : Ans. neat 23cut. Igr. 3lb. luz. narly; mnitting further fructions 1 INTEREST. INTEREST is of two kinds ; Simple and Compound. SIMPLE INTEREST Simple Interest is the sum paid by the borrower to the lender for the use of money lent; and is generally at a certain rate per cent. per annum, which in several of the United States is fixed by law at 6 per cent. per annum ; that is, 61. for the use of 1001. or 6 dollars for the use of 100 dollars for one year, &c. Principal, is the sum lent. CASE I. RULE. Multiply the principal by the rate per cent. and divide the product by 100; the quotient will be the answer. EXAMPLES, 1. What is the interest of 391. 119.8td. for one year at 6l. per cent. per annum? f. d. 39 11 89 1 0/12 Ans. £% 7s. 6. 2. What is the interest of 256l. 10s. 4d. for a year, 3.per cent. ? Ana 11 16. Gre |