Farthing- A quarter of an old English penny.

Fathom- A unit of measure for depth of a body of water or how deep a vessel sits in water. Standardized at six feet. Originally measured from fingertip to fingertip of outstretched arms.

Groat- A  Scottish four penny. A term for a very small sum of money.

Guinea- English gold coin circa 1663. Valued at 20 schillings.

Half-Penney- A coin worth about two Farthings.

Hundredweight- unit of measure equal to 112 pounds in Britain, 100 pounds in the U.S. Abbreviation; CWR

League- Three nautical miles.

Quid- One English pound, sterling.