The wine Gallon is recconed by ye Kings Surveyors to contein 231 \cubic inches/ The King allowing seven inches for wast of sedimt &c.

By Exp{illeg}|t| wth wheat grains unshaken it is 225 but wth a shake or by standing a while it shrinks to 224 inches

Wine Gallon of Copper in Yield Hall conte{a}|i|ns 224 cubic inches. {Its} It is 4 inches square & 14 deep.

31 Edw I anno 1302

51 Hen III to ye same purpose

An 8 & 9 of K. Wililam    The Mault Act.

12 Hen. VII


Isaak Newton Esq{r} at his house in German street


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