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A TABLE of Breadth, Height, and Content. Brendih. || Height in feel.

Inchos. ft. in 1234 72 3 4 | 5 | 6171819 110/11 2 6 15 30/45/60 12 4 5 6 ] 9 1011: 12/14

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11 18|35|53|70|| 234|6 7 9|10|12|13|15/16 8 18.3654172||23/5 6 8 911|1214|15|17 1 191375617 2 5 6 8 | 9 11 12 14 16 17

19 38|57|76|| 213516 8 110 11/13/14/16/17 s ||1939 59781 2 3 5 7 8 / 10 11 13 15 16 18 4 12014060 801) 23517 8 10 12 13|15|17|18 5 121/41/6282|| 2/3 517 8 110 :12|14|16|17|19 6 $142|63|84|| 2 4 5 7 9 11 |1214|16|18|19| 7 1122|43|64|86|| 2|4|5| 7 9 11 13 14 16 18 20 8 ||2244|66|88|| 2 617 9 11 13 15 17|1820 9 1|23|4568|90|| 2 4 6 7 9 11 13 15 17 19j21 .10 ||2346|69|92|24679 12 13 15 17 19.21

11 ||3|47|70|94| 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 4 O ||24|48|72|96|| 2 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22

TO 003 TNL TO LOOING TABLE. First measure the breadth and height of your load to the nearest average inch; then and the breadth in the left hand column of the table ; then move to the right on the same line till you come under the height in feet, and you will have the content in lactes, answering the feet, to which add the content of the inches on the right and divide the sum by 12, and you will have the true content of the load in feet and inches.

NOTL.—The contents answering the inches being always small, may be added by inspection,

EXAMPLES. 1. Admit a'load of wood is 3 feet 4 inches wide, and I feet 10 inches high, required the content.

Thus, against !t. 4 inches, and under 2 fect, stands 40 inches; and under in inches at top, stands 17 inches: then 40+ 17–57 true content in inches, which divide by 12 gives 4 feet 9 inches, the answer.

2. The breadth being 5 feet, and height 2 feet 8 inches, required the content.

Thus, with breadab lost o inches and under 2 feet

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atop, stands 36 inches ; and under 8 inches, stands 18 inches • now 36 and 12, make 48, the answer in inches ; and 48+12=4 feet, or just liali a cord,

3. Admit the breadth to be 3 feet 11 inches, and height S feet 9 inches; required the content.

Under 3 feet at tap, staruls 70); and under 9 inches, is 18: 70 and 18, make 88+12=7 feet 4 inches, or 7 lt. 1 qr. 2 inches, the answer.

TABI.E T. Showing the amount of £1, or 81, at 5 and 6 per cent. per

annuni, Compound Interest, for. 20 years. I'rs. 15 percent. 6 per cent.]I'rs. 15 per cent.16 per cent. 1 | 1,03000

1,06000 11 | 1,7 10:34 1,89829 2 1,10250 1,12360

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1,79385 2,01219 3 1,157621,19104 13 1,88565 2,13292 4 1,21550) 1,262447 14 1,97993 2,26090 5

1,27628 1,33822 15 2,07893 2,39635 61,34009 1,41851 16 2,1-8287

2,54727 1,407101,50363 1. | 2,2911 2,69:277 8 1,47745 1,59384 18 2,40061 2,85433 9 1,55132 1.68947 19 2,52695 3,02559 10 1,62889 1,79084 20 2,65329 9,20:19 VII. The weights of the coins of the United Slates.

prol. gr. Eagles,

11: 6

Standard
Hal-Fayles,

5. i 15

Guru.
** Quarter-Eagles, v2: 194
Dollars,

17 8
Half-Dollars,

8 - 16

Standard
Quarter-Dollars, 4 8

Silver.
Dimes,

1. 171
Half-Diings,

ani Cests,

8.16 Half-Cents,

8

Copper. The standard for guld coin i 11 peru puere gold and one part at loy--the alloy to colisiot of silver and copper. The standard for silver coin is 1485 marts Ane to 179 parts alloy-ho alloy to be whole

coppel.

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ANNUITIES.
TABLE II.

TABLE III. Showing the amount of Showing the present

£1 annuity, forbornell worth of '1 annuity, for 31 years or under, to continue for si at 5 and 6 per cent. Il years, at 5 and 6

compound interest. cent. compound int. Yrs. 15

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6 1 1,000000 1,000000|| 0,9523811 0,943396 % 2,050000 2,060000 1,859410 1,833393 3 3,152500 3,185600 2,723248 2,673012 4 4,310125 4,37 4616|| 3,345950 3,465106 5 5,525631 5,6371934,329477 4,212564 6 6,8019136,9758195,075692 4,917324 7 8,142009 8,3938381 5,786278 5,582381 8 9,349109 9,897468! 6,463215 6,209794 9 11,026564119491916 7,107822 6,801692 10 12,577892 13,1807701! 7,721735 7,360687 IT 14,206787 14,971613! 8,306414 7,886875 12 15,917126 16,869942|8,863252 8,383844 13 17,712982 18,8821309,393573! 8,852683 14 19,598632 21,015066|| 9,898641 9,294984 15 21,578564 23,275963|10,379658 9,712249 16 23,637492|25,672528||10,857769 10,105895 17 25,840366 28,212380: 11,274066 10,477260 18 28,13238530,905653|11,689587 10,827603 19 $0,539004 33,759992||12,085321 11,158116 20 133,065954/36,785592|12,462210-11,469921 21 35,71925239,992727|12,821153 11,764077 22 38,505214 43,392291||19,163003|12,041582 29 41,430475/46,995828||13,488574/12,303380 24 44,501999 50,815578||13,798642|12,550357 25_47,727099 54,861512 14,093944 12,783356 26 51,113454 59,156382|14,375185 13,003166 27 54,66912663,705765||1.1,643034 13,210534 28 58,40258368,528112||14,898127 13,406164 29 62,32271273,639798|15,141073/13,590721 30 66,438847179,058186|15,57245113,764831 31 170,760790184,801677||15,592310 13,929086

TABLES.

The three following Tables are calculated agreeable to an Act of Congress passed in November, 1792, making foreign Ciold and Silver Coins a legal tender for the paynient of all alebts and slemands, at the several and respec. tive rates fuilowing, viz.. The Gold Coins of Great-Bri. tain and Portugal, of their preserit standard, at the rate of 100 crats for every 27 grains of the actual weiglit there. of. Those of France and Spain 27 yrains of the actual weight thereof.spanish inilled Dollars weighing 1: put. 7 gr. equal to 100 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a dollar.-Crowns of France, weighing 18 put, 17gr. equal to 110 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a Crown. They have enacteil, that every cent shall contain 208 grains of copper, aad every hall-cent 104 grains.

TABLE IV.

Weights of several pieces of English, Portuguese, and

French Gold Coins.

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Johannes,
Single, ditto,
English Guinea,
Half, ditto,
French Guinea,
Half, ditto,
4 Pistoles,
2 Pistoles,
il Pistole,
Moidore,

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Prot. Gr. Dols. Cts. JI. 18

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8 5 6

4 66 2 15 2 33 5 6

59 8 2 15

29 9 16

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3 S 61 3 6

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TABLE V. Weights of English and Portuguese Gold, in

Dollars, Cents and Mills.

TABLE VI.
Weights of French and Spanish Gold, in Dol.

lars, Cents and Mills.
Cis. Mills. li Parla. Ī Dulo. Cl. Mills.

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