| John Holland - 1833
...by the commissioners appointed by his majesty to enquire into the subjects of weights and measures, **that a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to 252... | |
| Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1831
...said pound avoirdupois an ounce avoirdupois, and one sixteenth part of such ounce a drachm." If the **.standard pound shall be lost, destroyed or defaced, the act directs that it shall** he recovered by reference to the weight of a cubic, inch of water; it having been ascertained that... | |
| John Bennett (engineer.) - 1833 - 476 Seiten
...by the commissioners appointed by his Majesty to inquire into the subject of weights and measures, **that a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to two... | |
| Sir Charles William Pasley - 1834 - 176 Seiten
...in the proportion of 86 inches to 39 inches and 1393 ten-thousandth parts of an inch ; and farther **that a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62** degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, and with the barometer at 30 inches, was equal to 252 Troy grains,... | |
| 1835
...ascertained the value of the grain, as afterwards described in the Act of Parliament 5 Geo. IV. c. 74 : **'A cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to two... | |
| 1835
...ascertained the value of the grain, as afterwards described in the Act of Parliament 5 Geo. IV. c. 74 : ' Л **cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of** sixty-two degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at thirty inches, is equal to two... | |
| Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth - 1835
...said pound avoirdupois an ounce avoirdupois, and one sixteenth part of such ounce a drachm." If the **standard pound shall be lost, destroyed or defaced,...in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62°** (Fahrenheit), and the barometer at 30 inches, is equal to 252.458 grains; and, as the standard troy... | |
| Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford, Thomas Thomson, Allan Cunningham - 1841
...said pound avoirdupois an ounce avoirdupois, and one sixteenth part of such ounce a drachm." If the **standard pound shall be lost, destroyed, or defaced,...in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62°** (Fahrenheit), and the uarometer at thirty inches, is equal to 252.458 grains; and, as the standard... | |
| William Martin - 1847
...pound avoirdupois an ounce avoirdupois, and one-sixteenth part of such ounce a drachm." 10. If the **STANDARD POUND shall be lost, destroyed, or defaced,...in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62°** Fahrenheit, and the barometer at 30 inches, is equal to 252,458 grains ; and, as the standard troy... | |
| Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Thomas Stephens Davies, Stephen Fenwick, William Rutherford - 1853
...Act of Parliament already referred to, and which came into operation on the 1st of January, 1826, " **a cubic inch of distilled water, weighed in air by brass weights, at the temperature of 62** degrees of Fahrenheit's thermometer, the barometer being at 30 inches, is equal to 252 '458 grains."... | |
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