Chaldron


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CHALDRON. A measure of capacity, equal to fifty-eight and two-third cubic feet nearly. Vide Measure.

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Like chaldrons in Chronic City, recent Things will no doubt end up on eBay.
Although Samuel McCully did open a coal mine at Joggins in 1819 with the intention of supplying coal to Saint John, New Brunswick, competition with British exporters drove him out of business in 1821, having shipped only 550 chaldrons (Martell 1945).
The 40-year-old, from Chaldron Way, Eaglescliffe, is alleged to have commissioned work, some deemed "entirely unnecessary", from another company, but said he would carry it out himself as a sub-contractor, and claimed for it.
Eeles, 26, had lived with her at her home in Chaldron Way, Eaglescliffe, and worked in her father's business, Teesside Crown Court heard.
THIS fourbedroom home, right, is available to let in Chaldron Way, Eaglescliffe for pounds 950 per month.