Tabies of Juguet, or Even Parts. Parts of a Shilling. Parrs of a Pound.) l'arts of a cvrt. il. S. s . f. lh. cut. 100 is a 56 is 28 s i 16 } compliance Ontled open to 60. hom 1. Parts of 2 Shiliin 1 8 811. . | The aliq:ant part of any musielict. lis suicio a part of it, as being taken a Sil. certain ber of times, exactly is makes tilat number. CASE I. When the price of one yarıla pound, &c. is an even part of one shilli.Find the value of the given quantity at 1x. a raril, quindl, dice anil diviele it by that even part, anil the quotient wil! ise the answer in Sui:ings, & Or find the value of the river gulllits al. per vard, &c. and divide saj! value by the even part ürich the given price is of 2«. and the jurtient will be the answer in shillings, &c. whion reduce topmunds. N.B. Iv find the value of any claruitv at 2:. sou dieet only double the unit figure foi s.:illing; the other fig ares will be pounds. Wlien the price is an even part of a pouml-Find the ralue of the given quantity a. one pound per yarıl. &c. and divide it by that even part, and the quuticit will be the answer in prunds. What will 1291 yards cost at 23. 6d. per yard ? s. d. fo.s. albenus 5. Gil. value at 23. 61, per vardi. 6. s. il. 123 at 10 per yard. Ansicers. 100 6875 at 5.0 1:11:6 Ella ut 40 4250) 543 at 68 cm 181 00) 127 at . 134 461 at 18 58 84 Note. We the prircis peines only, the given quantiiv multiplied thereby, will be the answer Examule.---|| lu$ ut lay at «ll per tu.. Tinus 11 Sris. £4 . CASE III. When the given price is any numter of shillings un dir 20. 1. When the shillings are an even number, multiply the quantity by half the number of shillings, and double the first figure of the product for shillings; and the rest of the product will be pounds. 2. If the shillings be odd, multiply the quantity by the whole number of shillings, and the product will be the answer in shillings, which reduce to pounds. When the given price is pence, or pence and farthings, and not an even part of a shilling Find the value of the given quantity as 1s per yard, &c. which divide by the greatest even part of a shilling contained in the given price, and take parts of the quotient for the remainder of the price, and the sum of these several quotients will be the answer in shillings, &c. which reduce to pounds. EXAMPLES What will 245 lb. of raisins come to, at 9 d. per lb. ? S. d. 64. 1 3 | 245 O value of 245 lb. at 1s. per pound. · When the price is shillings, pence and farthinge, and not the aiiquot part of a pound Multiply the given quan: tity by the shiilings, and take parts for the periceaiul far. things, as in the lisrecoins cases, and add then together; the sum will be the answer in shillings. . When the price and quantity riven are of several re. nominations-Muruply the price by the inorgans in the given quantity, and take parts for the rest from the price of an integer; which ardeal together wiil be the aaswer. This is applicable to Federal Mosley. TARE AND TRETT. TARE and Trett are practical Rules for deducting certain allowances which are made by merchants, in buying and selling goods, &c. by weight ; in which are noticed the following particulars 1. Gross Weight, which is the whole weight of any sort of goods, together with the box, cask, or bag, &c. which contains them. . 2. Tare, which is an allowance made to the buyer, for the weight of the box, cask, or bag, &c. which con: tains the goods bought, and is either at so much per box, &c.or at so much per cwt. or at so much in the whole gross weight. 3. Trett, which is an allowance of 4 lb. on every 104 lb. waste, dust, &c |