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50. Denmark on the United States. Reduce 2082 dollars 35 cents Federal money to Danish money; exchange at 2 rigsbank dollars per dollar.

51. United States on Denmark. Reduce 1968 rigsbank dollars 5 marks 12 skillings to Federal money; exchange at 48 cents per rigsbank dollar.

52. Denmark on United States. Reduce 3007 dollars Federal money to Danish money; exchange at 2 rigsbank dollars 2 skillings per dollar.

NAPLES. In Naples accounts are kept in ducati, carlini, and grani. The ducat is the money unit, and is divided into 10 carlins, each of 10 grains, and, by the public banks, into 5 tarins of 20 grains each, making the ducat always 100 grains.

10 grani =1 carlino,

10 carlini=1 ducato. The value of the silver ducat, in Federal money, is 80 cents.

53. United States on Naples. Reduce 4022 ducati 8 carlini to Federal money; exchange at 80 cents per ducat.

54. Naples on United States. Reduce 1835 dollars 73 cents Federal money to Neapolitan money; exchange at 1 ducato for 78 cents.

55. United States on Naples. Reduce 3508 ducats 5 carlini to Federal money; at 32 cents per ducat.. ::

56. Naples on the United States. Reduce 1817 dollars 54 cents Federal money to Neapolitan money; exchange at 1 ducat for 76 cents.

SICILY. In Sicily accounts are kept in oncie, tari, and grani.

20 grani=1 taro,

30 tari =1 oncia. Accounts are also kept in scudi, tari, and grani.

12 tari =1 scudo, or Sicilian crown, 5 scudi=2 oncie.

It must be observed, that the denominations of Sicilian money have but half the value of the same denominations, in Naples. The Sicilian oncia, for instance, passes in Naples for only 15 tari, the Sicilian scudo for 6 tari, and other denominations in the same proportion.

The scudo is equal to 96 cents, and the oncia to $2.40 Federal money.

57. United States on Sicily. Reduce 1214 oncie 20 tari 10 grani to Federal money; exchange at 8 cents per taro.

58. Sicily on United States. Reduce 1457 dollars 62 cents Federal money to Sicilian money; exchange at 1 taro for 8 cents.

59. United States on Sicily. Reduce 3010 scudi 9 tari 15 grani to Federal money; exchange at 96 cents per scudo.

60. Sicily on United States. Reduce 993 dollars 44 cents to Sicilian money; enchange at 1 scudo for 95 cents.

LEGHORN In Leghorn accounts are kept in pezze, soldi, and denari di pezza.

12 denari di pezza=1 soldo,

20 soldi di pezza =1 pezza of 8 reals. The value of the pezza is 90 cents, Federal money. 61. United States on Leghorn. Reduce 2146 pezze 16 soldi 8 denari to Federal money; exchange at 92 cents per pezza of 8 reals.

62. Leghorn on United States. Reduce 1620 dollars 45 cents to money of Leghorn; exchange at 1 pezza of 8 reals for 90 cents.

63. United States on Leghorn. Reduce 3293 pezze 13 soldi 4 denari to Federal money; exchange at 93 cents per pezza of 8 reals.

64. Leghorn on United States. Reduce 1214 dollars 68 cents to money of Leghorn; exchange at 1 pezza of 8 reals for 91 cents.

GENOA. In Genoa accounts are kept in lire, soldi, and denari di lira; or in pezze, soldi, and denari di pezza; all in money fuori banco, or current money.

12 denari =1 soldo,
20 soldi = 1 lira;
12 denari=1 soldo,

20 soldi =1 pezza; The value of the pezza is to that of the lira as 4 to 23; that is, 4 pezze=23 lire; therefore 4 soldi di pezza= 23 soldi di lira; 4 denari di pezza=23 denari di lira.

The par value of the lira is 15 cents, that of the pezza 89 cents, U. S.

65. United States on Genoa. Reduce 5254 lire 16 soldi 3 denari to Federal money; exchange at 16 cents per lira.

66. Genoa on the United States. Reduce 1532 dollars 30 cents to money of Genoa; exchange at 1 lira for 15 cents.

67. United States on Genoa. Reduce 8792 lira to Federal money; exchange at 16 per lira; .

68. Genoa on the United States. Reduce 2000 dollars to money of Genoa; exchange at 1 lira for 15į cents.

VENICE. In Venice accounts were formerly kept, and exchanges computed in ducats, lire, soldi, and denari, moneta pic

cola.

12 denari =1 soldo,
20 soldi =1 lira piccola,
6 } lire piccole=1 ducat current,

8 lire piccole =1 ducat effective. The par of the lira piccola, in Federal money, is 9 cents.

Accounts are now kept, and exchanges computed in lire Italiane and centimes. :

100 centesimi=1 lira Italiana. The common estimate of this money is, that 100 lire piccole are equal to 513 lire Italiane. The lira Italiana is of the same value with the French franc. • 69. United States on Venice. Reduce 14642 lire 4 soldi 8 denari piccoli to Federal money; exchange at 9 cents per lira piccola.

70. Venice on the United States. Reduce 814 dollars 55 cents to Venetian money; exchange at 1 lira piccola for 8 cents.

We have given the two preceding examples in the old currency, for the sake of practice, although it has generally gone out of use.

71. United States on Venice. Reduce 6784 lire Italiane 40 centimes to Federal money; exchange at 181 cents per lira Italiana.

72. Venice on the United States. Reduce 1817 dollars 82 cents to Venetian money; exchange at 1 lira Italiana for 18 cents.

73. United States on Venice. Reduce 5236 lire Italiane to Federal money; exchange at 18 cents per lira Italiana

TRIESTE In Trieste accounts are kept and exchanges computed in florins and creutzers; or in rix dollars and creutzers.

. 4 pfenings =1 creutzer,

60 creutzers =1 florin or gulden, 11 florin, or 90 creutzers=1 rix dollar of account.

The rix dollar specie is equal to 2 florins,

The par of the Aorin is 48 cents, in Federal money, which makes the dollar of account 72 cents, and the specie dollar 96 cents.

74. United States on Trieste. Reduce 2846 florins 25 creutzers to Federal money; exchange at 48 cents per florin.

75. Trieste on United States. Reduce 1637 dollars 48 cents to money of Trieste; at 1 florin for 47 cents.

76. United States on Trieste, Reduce 2055 rix dollars, 25 creutzers to Federal money; exchange at 72 cents per rix dollar.

77. Trieste on United States. Reduce 1738 dollars 38 cents to money of Trieste; exchange at 1 rix dollar for 70 cents.

ROME. In Rome accounts are kept, by the old system, in scudi, paoli, and bajocchi; quattrini and mezzi quattrini are also sometimes reckoned.

2 mezzi quattrini =1 quattrino,
5 quattrini L =1 bajoccho,

10 bajocchi =1 paolo, 10 paoli, or 100 bajocchi=1 scudo, or Roman crown.

The Roman crown is equal to the Federal dollar.

The scudo di stampa d'oro, or gold crown, is equal to $1.53.

When the exchange between the United States and Rome is at par, no reduction is required; for any number of scudi and bajocchi are equal to the same number of dollars and cents, and the reverse; for instance, 125 scudi 75 bajocchi are equal to 125 dollars 75 cents.

78. Rome on the United States. Reduce 1871 dollars 19 cents to Roman money; exchange at 1 scudo 2 bajocchi per dollar.

79. United States on Rome. Reduce 2070 scudi 50 bajocchi to Federal money; exchange at 101 cents per scudo.

In 1809, the French moneys of account were introduced into Rome. The scudo was reckoned at 5 francs 35 centimes; the franc, therefore, was valued at 18 bajocchi 3.45 quattrini.

MALTA. Acounts are kept in this island in scudi, tari, and grani,

20 grani=1 taro,

12 tari =l scudo. The taro is likewise divided into 2 carlini, and a carlino into 60 piccioli. The pezza, or dollar of exchange, is equal to 2 scudi.

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