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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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Issue 7 of The Thing, released in June 2009, is a pair of designer eyeglasses in a royal blue case with the words chaldron optical system debossed on its surface.
The agreed terms of the land grant were that Cope and Company would pay duty of one shilling and sixpence per chaldron of coal extracted, set aside coal reserves for use at the garrison at Annapolis Royal, build four houses on the site within three years (forming the core of a proposed township to be called Williamstown), and cultivate a tenth of the land (Murdoch 1865, p.
Shaun James Lowdon, 41, of Chaldron Way, Eaglescliffe, fined PS65 and ordered to pay PS255 costs for speeding.
The chaldron was a traditional output measure based on the volume of a coal wagon.
Beamish Museum is supporting the event on May 12-13 at the Bowes Railway in Springwell Village, Gateshead, by loaning five of its 1870s chaldron waggons to form a train.
The next night, in January, they stole a BMW car from an address in Chaldron Way, Eaglescliffe, and then the ignition keys to a another top range vehicle in St John's Park, Stillington.