Carlisle bushel

In parts of England and Scotland, a unit of capacity = 3 Winchester bushels = 96 quarts.

sources

1

The Carlisle bushel, used in Eskdale [Scotland], is equal to 3 Winchester bushels.”

P[atrick] Kelly.
Metrologia.
London: Printed for the Author by J. Whiting, Finsbury Place, and sold by etc., 1816.
Page 100.

2

A Carlisle bushel is 96 quarts.*

* A Winchester bushel is 32 quarts.

J. Bailey and G. Culley.
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Cumberland
bound in
J. Bailey and G. Culley
A General View of the Agriculture of Northumberland, with Observations on the Means of its Improvement…
Newcastle: printed by Sol, Hodgson, and sold in London by Robinson and Nichol, 1797.
Page 229.

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