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inches ; and under 8 inches, stands 12 inches : now 36 and 12 make 48, the answer in mches; and 48:12=4 feet, or just half a cord.

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

Under 3 feel at top, stands 70; and under 9 inches, is 18: 70 and 18, make 98-:-12=7 feet 4 inches or 7 ft. I qr. 2 inches, the answer,

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annum, Compound Inter 'st, for 20 years.
Yrs.5 per cent.,6 per cent. Yrs. 5 per cent. 6 per cent.
11,05000 1,06000 111,710:34 1,89529

1,10250 1,12360 12 1,79585 2,01219
1,15762 1,19101 1,83565 2,13292

1,21550 / 1,202 17 | 14 | 1,97993 | 2.26090
5 1.27623 | 1,33322 15 / 2,07893 2,39655

11,34009 | 1,41851 | 16 | 2,18287 | 2,54727 7 1,40710 | 1,50363 2,29201 2,69277 8 | 1,47745 1,59:334 | 2,40661 2,85133

9 1,55132 1,62917 19 2,52695 3,02559 i 10' 1,62889 | 1,79084 | 20 | 2,653:29 | 3,20713

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VII. The weights of the coins of the United States.

pot. grs.
Eagles,
Half-Eagles,
Quarter-Eagles,
Dollars,

17 82
Half-Dollars,

8 16 Standard Quarter-Dollars,

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[ Silver.
Diines,
Half-Dimes,

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Cents,
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4 8 ) Copper. The standard for gold coin is 11 parts pure gold, and one part allov--the illov to consist of silver and corper. The standarii for silver coin is 148.5 paris fine to 179 paru alloy-the allov to he wholly copper.

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TABLES.

THE three following tables are calculated agreeable til an Act of Congress passed in November, 1792, making! foreign Gold and Silver coins a legal tender for the pay. ment of all debts and demands, at the several auad respec tive 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 there of.-Those of France and Spain 27; grains of the actual weight thereof.--Spanish milled dollars weighing 17 nwt. 7 gr. equal to 100 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a dollar.-Crowns of France weighing 18 pwt. -17 gr. equal to 110 cevits, and in proportion for the parts of Crown.—They have enacted, that every cent shall contai: 203 grains of copper, and every half-cent 104 grains

TABLE IV.

Weights of several picces of English, Portuguese and

French Gold Coins.

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TABLE V
Weights of English and Portuguese Gold,

in Dollars, Cents ana Msills.
Grs. 7 Cts. Mills. li Pwts. Dols. Cts. Mills.

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TABLE VI.
Weights of French and Spanish Gold, in

Dollars, Cents and Mills.
Grs. 7 Cts. Mills. || Pits. Dols. Cts. Mills.

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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 a:d respective rates following, viz. The Gold Coins of Great Britain and Portugal, of their present standard, at the rate of 100 cents for every 27 grains of the actual weight there. of.-Those of France and Spain 27; grains of the actual weight thereof.--Spanish milled dollars weighing 17 pwt. 7 yr. equal to 100 cents, and in proportion for the parts of a dollar.-Crowus of France weighing 18 pwt. 17 gr. equal to 110 cerits, and in proportion for the parts of a Crown.-They have enacted, that every cent shall contai: 203 grains of copper, and every half-cent 104 grains

TABLE IV.

Weights of several pieces of English, Portuguese and

French Gold Coins.

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