Four teaspoonfuls equal 1 tablespoonful liquid.

Four tablespoonfuls equal 1 wine glass or 1/2 a gill.

Two wine glasses equal 1 gill, or 1/2 a cup.

Two gills equal 1 coffeecupful, or 16 tablespoonfuls.

Two coffeecupfuls equal 1 pint.

Two pints equal 1 quart.

Four quarts equal 1 gallon.

Two tablespoonfuls equal 1 ounce liquid.

One tablespoonful of salt equals 1 ounce.

Sixteen ounces equal 1 pound, or 1 pint of liquid.

Four coffeecupfuls of sifted flour equal 1 pound.

One quart of unsifted flour equals 1 pound.

Eight or 10 ordinary sized eggs equal 1 pound.

One pint of sugar equals 1 pound (white granulated).

Two coffeecupfuls of powdered sugar equal 1 pound.

One coffeecupful of cold butter pressed down is 1/2 pound.

One tablespoonful of soft butter well rounded, equals 1 ounce.

An ordinary tumblerful equals 1 coffeecupful, or 1/2 a pint.

About 25 drops of any thin liquid will fill a common sized teaspoon.

One pint of finely chopped meat packed solidly equals 1 pound.