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AGREEMENT, ARTICLES of agreement indented, made, and concluded by and between A, B. of on one part; and C.D. of on the other part.
WHEREAS the said C. D. for the con. fideration hereunder mentioned doth covenant and agree to and with the said A. B. his executors, administrators, and affigns. to serve, abide, and continue with the faid A. B. for the space of from the thousand eight hundred, and and that he will diligently and faithfully, according to the beft of his power and skill, employ himself in, and perform all such service and business what. soever, relating to the trade of a
as the faid A. B. thall from time to time order and di
and Mall and will keep the secrets of the faid A, B. relating to said trade and business.
And the said A. B. on his part, for the consideration aforesaid, doth, for himself, his executors, and adminiftrators, covenant and a. gree to and with the said C. D. by these prefents, that he the said A. B. shall and will find and provide good and fufficient meat, drink; washing and lodging, and well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said C. D, his executors, administrators, or affigns the sum of
In witness whereof they have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day of one thousand eight hundred and Signed. sealed and delivered
(Seal) in presence of us, 5. (Seal)
WARRANTEE DEED. KNOW all men by these presents, That ! A. B. of, &c. in consideratiop of the sum of
lawful money, paid me by C. D. of, &c, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, do hereby give, grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the faid C D. his heirs and assigns forever, [Here infert the premises.] To have and to bold, the said granted and bargained premises, with the privileges and appurtenances thereof, tą him the said C. Đ. his heirs and assigns forever; to his and their use and behoof forever, And I the said A. B. for myself my heirs, exe: ecutors and administrators, do covenant with the said C. D. his heirs and assigns that I am law, fully seized in fee of the premises, that they are free of all incụmbrances; that I have good right to sell and convey the same to the said C. D. to hold as aforefaid : and that I will warrant and defend the same to the faid C. D. his heirs and assigns forever, against the lawful claims and demands of all persons.
In witness whereof Į have hereunto set my hand and seal, the
onc thousand eight hundred and Signed, sealed and delivered
in presence of us
A. B. (Seal)
A Table fhewing the value of shil
lings, fence, and farthings, in dollars, cents, and mills,
RULES FOR REDUCING OLD LAWFUL TO
FEDERAL MONEY. To reduce pounds to dollars, cents and mills. Annex four cyphers to the pounds, and divide by 3 ; the right hand figure of the quotient will be mills, the two next will be cents, and the rest will be dollars.
E X A M P L E. Reduce £6.96 to dollars, cents, Sc.
353 33,3 Ans.
D. ct. m.
Annex three cyphers to the shillings, and di. vide by 6; the right hand figure of the quotient
will be mills, the two next will be cents, and the rest will be dollars.
To reduce pence to cents and mills. Annex three cyphers to the pence and die vide by 72 ; the right hand figure of the quotient will be mills, and the rest will be cents.
PARTICULAR RULES. Po measure a field or piece, of ground, which is
Square, or whose opposite sides are alike. RULE. Take the dimensions in rods, and multiply the length by the breadth, and divide the product by. 160 ; and the quotient will be
Ε Χ Α Μ Ρ Ι Ε. How many acres are there in a field, whofe length is 3s rods, and breadth 24 rods?
35 X 243840 ; and 840+160=s& acres. Ans. The diameter of a circle being given, to find the
circumferente, Rule. As y is to 32 ; or more exactly, as 113 is to 355 ; fo is the diameter of a circle to the circumference. The circumference of a circle being given, to find
the diameter. RULE. AS 22 is to 7; or 355 to 113; fo is the circumference to the diameter.
To find the folid feet in a grindstone. Rule. Take the dimenfions in inches, and multiply half the diameter by half the circumference, and that product multiplied by the thickness will give the folid inches ; which, di vided by 1728, will give the folid feet.
How many folid feet in a grindstone 42 inches diameter, 132 inches in circumference, and , inches thick?
Half the diameter 42 is 21 ; and half the circumference 132 is 66. Therefore 114.66 95 12474 the solid inches; and 12474 +1728= folid feet, and 378 folid inches over.
To measure a sphere or globe. Multiply the cube* of the diameter by ,5236 and the product will be the folid content.
EX A M P LÉ. The diameter of a globe is 2,5 feet; what is the folid content ?
Ans. 8,1 8125 feet. A Mechanic would make a windlass in such a manner as that ift. applied to the wheel Diould be equal to solbs. fufpended from the a xle : Now supposing the axle to be 6 inches diameter, what is the diameter of the wheel?
Ib. in. Ib. in.
pts. grso The standard weight of an eagle is 11 45 A dollar A dime One penny wt. of English and Portuguese gold is 89 cents. One penny wt. of Spanish gold is 87 cts. 6 mills.
* The cube of a number is the product of it multiplied into itse!f three times ; thus, 3X3X355 27, cube of 3.