The son, 16. If 27 hogsheads of rum, containing 108 gallons each, cost $ 2202, how much was it per gallon ? Ans. 75 cts. 17. A man left his estate amounting to £ 7000 by will, as follows, viz. His wife being pregnant. 'If the child should be a son, he was to have two thirds, and the mother one. If a daughter, she was to have one third, and the mother two. She was delivered of a son, and a daughter ; how much must each have, agreeably to the will. The widow, £ 2000. 4000. The daughter, 1000. 18. There were 56 men who paid 16s. 3d. each, at an entertainment, how much was the whole bill ? Ans. £ 45 10. 19. Bought 4 hogsheads of rum as follows, viz. No. 1, containing 108 gallons, at 75 cents per gallon; No 2, 111, at 80 cents ; No. 3, 114, at 96 cents ; No. 4, 120, at 90 cents per gallon ; how much did the whole Ans. $ 388,39,5. 20. At 3 d. per lb. what cost 100 barrels of bees, each weighing net, 200 lb ? Ans. £191 13 4. 21. Bought 2000 quintals of fish, which being damaged, I threw away of it, and sold the remainder for 155. per quintal; what did it come to ? Ans. £ 187 10. cost ? PRACTICE. Practice is an easy method of finding the whole value of any given number of ounces, pounds, gallons, hogsheads, &c. by having the price of one given. NOTE: In some cases Multiplication of Federal Money, or Compound Multiplication, will be found preferable to this Rule, but in many, this is zo be preferred. tient by 20, for pounds, &c. and then divide that quotient by 12, and the next quogiven number of articles by the aliquot parts of a penny, When the given price is less than a penny, divide the IIIIIIII CASE I. Parts of Paris of a lb. an cwt. 28 » 14 10s. is ž » 1 1 chia » 16 CASE II. When the given price is an aliquot part of a shilling, divide the given number by the aliquot part, and the quotient will be the value in shillings, which must be reduced to pounds. If the given price is not an aliquot part of a shilling, divide by some aliquot part, then take parts of that aliquot part, &c. Id. | II 5963 at id. 1296 at 8 d. 6 210 2364 at 14d. 197 6d. 7364 at 7 d. 1136 at 7 4370 at 111. A £ 213 18 111 5762 at 8 d. Ans. £ 210 1 51 4369 at 4 d. Ans. £ 86 941 5364 at 101d. A. £ 234 13 6. 4360 at 510. A. £ 104 92. 7364 at 3 d. A. £ 115 1 3. 4936 at 14d. A. £ 35 19 10. 5936 at 2 d. A. £ 61 16 8. 1 CASE III. When the given price is more than one shilling, and less than two. Take parts with the excess over a shilling, and add to the quantity given, the whole will be shillings, &c. which must be reduced to pounds. d. 1 / 5963 at 1848. NOTE. The two first and 6)2981 6 val. at 6d. the fourth lines are added together, because the fourth 4)496 11 not add. is a twenty fourth part of the second, which is found 124 24 val. at ^ by dividing the second by 6, and that quotient by 4. 210 90018 84 7364 at 23 d. £453 08 8 Ans. £721 1 2 Ans. |