2 edition of Weights and measures of the major food commodities in early nineteenth-century Ireland found in the catalog.
Weights and measures of the major food commodities in early nineteenth-century Ireland
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Dermot Feenan and Liam Kennedy.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v102, no.2|
|Contributions||Kennedy, Liam, 1946-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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This paper describes in detail and discusses the regional variation of weights and measures of major food commodities (potatoes, oats, oatmeal, wheat, barley, rye, butter and milk) in early nineteenth-century Ireland. It builds upon the exposition by Wakefield and Bourke of weights and measures in Ireland before the Great Famine.
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By the nineteenth century, the measurement system in Britain was desperately in need of revision: a multiplicity of measurement standards, proliferation of local or regional weights and measures, and a confusing array of measurement practices made everyday measurements unreliable.
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