Weights And Measures Law And Legislation : Rules for assizing of bread : viz. by troy-weight, or sterling, and by avoirdupoids weights : together with the rule of coequality of both weights, and the assize by a standard-weight for white, wheaten, and household loaves, assized by a certain price, rising and lowering, as the price of wheat rises and falls in the market : all three calculated exactly according to the statute Assiza panis 51.H.3. now in force in Ireland.; Blackhall, G.
Weights And Measures Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : By the Auditor-General of the revenues of Scotland : whereas upon application made unto the right honourable his highness council in Scotland, for the government thereof, by the magistrates and Council of Edinburgh, concerning some abuse, disproportion and difference lately discovered to have been from the 24 of February to the 28 day of April last ...; Auditor General for Scotland.
Weights And Measures Medieval : An essay towards the recovery of the Jewish measures & weights, comprehending their monies, by help of ancient standards, compared with ours of England : useful also to state many of those of the Greeks and Romans, and the eastern nations / by Richard Cumberland ...; Cumberland, Richard,
Weights And Measures Rome : A discourse of the Romane foot and denarius : from whence, as from two principles, the measures and weights used by the ancients may be deduced / by Iohn Greaves ...; Greaves, John,
Weights And Measures Scotland Early Works To 1800 : A treatise, of vveights, mets and measures of Scotland : With their quantities, and true foundation, and sundrie profitable observations, arising vpon everie one of them. Together with the art of metting, measuring & compting all sort of land with diverse tables. By Alexander Huntar, burges of Edinburgh.; Huntar, Alexander.