|Title:||A Table shewing the true value of the hundred, and the halfe quartern of haperdepois [sic] weight at any price whatsoever ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A Table shewing the true value of the hundred, and the halfe quartern of haperdepois [sic] weight at any price whatsoever ...
Printed at London: By W.I. and are to be sold by N. Bourne, at the South Entry of the Royall Exchange, 1625.
Reproduction of original in: Society of Antiquaries.
Ready-reckoners -- Early works to 1800.
Business mathematics -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- London (England) -- 17th century.
A Table shewing the true value of the Hundred, and the halfe Quartern of Haperdepois weight: at any price whatsoever, this being obser∣ved, that if the price of the Hundred weight be not exprest in any one summe, then to adde such two summes together as will make the even price thereof, or else such two summes as come neerest to it. As for example, if you would know at 1 pound 16 shillings the Hun∣dred weight, what cost the pound? looke in the Table for 1 pound 15 shillings (which is the neerest to it) whereunto adde the first summe in the Table, which is 1 shilling 2 pence, and it will appeare that 1 pound 16 shillings the hundred weight, will cost 3 pence 3 farthings halfe farthing the pound wanting 2 pence in the hundred weight. The like may speedily be done after this manner for any other price.