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1

In Botswana, a unit of mass for potatoes and dry onions, = 17.00 kilograms.

Technical Factors…, 1972, page 103.

2

In Swaziland, a unit of mass for milled rice, = 2 pounds (0.91 kilograms).

Attributed to FAO Rice Report 1974-75. (Rome: FAO, 1975) by
J. L. Maclean, D. C. Dawe, B. Hardy and G. P. Hettel.
Rice almanac. 3rd edition.
International Rice Research Institute et al., 2002.

Page 248.

3

In England, ? – 18th century, a unit of mass for wool = ½ pack = 120 pounds.

Second Report… (1820), page 27.

4

In England, ? – 18th century, a unit of mass for hops. In Kent, = 1¼ hundredweight = (probably) 140 pounds. In Surrey the mass is the same but the size of the sack is specified, which was 5¾ feet in circumference and 7½ feet long. 4 pounds was allowed for the weight of the sack.

Second Report… (1820), page 27.

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