GAUGER

, an officer appointed by the commission. ers of excise, to Gauge, measure, or examine, all casks, tuns, pipes, barrels, hogsheads, of beer, wine, oil, &c.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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GALLON
GALLOPER
GARDECAUT
GARRISON Guns
GASSENDI (Peter)
* GAUGER
GAUGING
GAZONS
GELLIBRAND (Henry)
GEMINI
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