Copyright
James Cleland.

Statistical tables relative to the city of Glasgow, with other matters therewith connected online

. (page 7 of 23)
Online LibraryJames ClelandStatistical tables relative to the city of Glasgow, with other matters therewith connected → online text (page 7 of 23)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


is sold by the above Firlot. Malt is generally sold by measure, when by weight, 5G
pounds Avoirdupois is given for a Firlot.

A Firlot of Scotch field beans, one year old, weighed 69 pounds, 4 ounces,
and 10 drams, Avoirdupois, and field pease, 69 pounds, 11 ounces, and 8 drams.
Scotch pease and beans run from 68 to 72 pounds in the Firlot. Pease and beans
brought up the Clyde are sold by weight, 70 lbs. being given for a Firlot. At Port
Dundas, and other places of the district, they are sold by the Firlot.

A Peck of Riga linseed weighed 19 pounds, 12 ounces, and 6 drams. Linseed
varies very little in weight. " Linseed and hemp seed, in Scotland, must be mea-
sured by the Linlithgow Barley Measure, streaked and measured by the Dean of
Guild." Act 24. Geo. n. cap. 51.



* A IV.t; {>>


w


Cn


t^a


CO


■lO


1—'




f>-


C5


•f'


00


o





►r»


- 1




O


O


•r'


•f*


CO


o


►r'


00

GO


n
fl>


^_














►—


CA


o
o


la


O










m




o


O


O


Ci








o




o


o


O


to


t—>


I-*






o


o


o


Ol


oo


00


00

to
















On


(35
















h-*




Cn


1— •












K*




>f=-


u>


Cn








K






{>>


-


o


S^












tM


C/2


o


p













CO
o
r>

3-



o

sr

o
o



5'



In some counties in Scotland, the chain consists of 74 feet and a fractional part,
but as the Court of Session has determined, that the standard chain is 74 feet net,
this Table is made upon that principle, by which the number of English yards in
a Scotch acre is ascertained to be 6084 and _±!±_ parts of a 3ard. An easy method
of finding the English yards in a Scotch acre, is to multiply the chain of 74 feet by



77



TABLE OF LINEAL MEASURE.

For ascertaining the Scotch and English fractional parts of a Scotch Mile.
Origindli/ framed, in 1817, by Mr. Kijlcjor the Annals of Glasgow.



-4
















H


h*^


00














3


O


CO


00


to










OQ


•^


00


00


to


to


c^


>—






o


o


00


to


-J


c^


to


CO

bo

CO


CO


00


H-












i>^


n>


o
o
o


o
o
o


1— '

o
o


to


?■


•^


h-


o
o










1—'


b


Lo




^ 2.


to

-4


1 Month,


o 3
re -^ o

2 o o

3 2'^


O)


3 Months.


"


3 Months.


lO


t) Months.


o


6 Months.


o


Days after Imprison-
ment, when entitled
to Aliment.


>
f

3


o


Days after Imprison-
ment when entitled to
Aliment.


>

3
re



"w


Lowest Rate per day.


"w


Lowest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


00

o


Number of Persons
Imprisoned.




§-

1

to
o

S

toi

p


to


Number of Persons
Imprisoned.


1

3
O

re

o
re

re

£t
5'




3

3


o


Days after Imprison-
ment, when entitled
to Aliment.


>

re

3


"or


Lowest Rate per day.


"w


Lowest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


10


Number of Persons
Imprisoned.




o
n>

p


00


Number of Persons
Imprisoned.


U
g-

3

o
re'

o

re
re
a.
5'
crq

Hi
o.




] Month.


§3^

o 5 r>

X ^ ri

2 o o

3 2-^


o


1 Month.


re ■^ re
« »■• 1

S 2 g"

re 3 O-

&3 o

5 re «5
(n 3


-4


3 Months.


4^


3 Months.


Ol


6 Months.


o


6 Months.


o


Days after Imprison-
ment, when entitled
to Aliment.


>

re
3


o


Days after Imprison-
ment, when entitled
to Aliment.


>

C

3

re

3


"m


Lowest Rate per day.


"ST


Lowest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


JO


Highest Rate per day.


9>






to





S' :^



re ^






^
O





O








ti'




0*5


»,


o


K


J^


;i.


s


Oq


;:>










«>•




«%


»


V?


2


ca




W


c


2


s


CO


^


►— '




03


f1




«i




o-






QC




►-J


^


•^


r^




•>?






a


O


»


«.


1—1


^


cc


O


00


^




a



«-



^

iu



84
Table.






^






%



•2 o



^



g

3
o

CD









S!

to

a

1
u

X

o

o

c

■s

Q


c

s


•Xep aod d^e^ JsaqSiH


oT




•Xcp jad ajcy isaMoq;


::r




•jnainjiv o;
pannaa uaq.\i ;uaca


2






-UOSUdtni J3JJB SACQ


5


^_i


Period of
Imprisonment,
not exceeding


•sqjuoi\[ 9


0^




•sqjuojV[ £


ff>


d

S}

>




•jCep aad ai^a jsaqSjH


oT


•qiuoit I


CO


•Xep jad ajca isajioq;


•;r-


•pauosudiuj
snosjaj JO jaqoin'^j


C5


•^uauitiv oj

pappna naqw juani

-uosuduii jajjE s^BQ


o


to

s

Cl
lU

u

X

u

o

c

a:

Q


s
<


•Xep jad ajcg jsaqSijj


cT


. = to '


•sqiaoj\[ 9


o


•^Bp J ad ajeg }S3.tA0i





Period of
Imprisonme
not exceedii




•sqjuoiyr £


CI


•juatuiiv oj


papuua uaqAv "inain
-uosudiui jayB s^Ed


o


•qiuoivi 1


00


Period of
Imprisonment,
not exceeding


•sqiuoj\r 9


10


•pauosudmi
snosjaj JO jaqninf^


0^


•sqiuoj^r £


'i'


d
o

i

1

1


3

.a

<


•iBp jad ajBji jsaqSijj


?r


•q;uojv[ I


VO


•;CBp jad ajE^j isa-wcj


^


•paaosuduij
SU0SJ3J JO jaqmnfj


CO


•luauiijv o\

pappua uaq.w juoiu

-uosudcnj jajjB s.vbq


o


si

to
c

u
a>


1 2 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Online LibraryJames ClelandStatistical tables relative to the city of Glasgow, with other matters therewith connected → online text (page 7 of 23)