"seragg" in 1784?

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Wed Jan 23 00:44:01 UTC 2008

Anyone know what a "serrag" is in 1784?  (I'm nearly certain it is an
S, not an F.)

"A young gentlewoman lately arrived from Barbadoes, came to
Leadenhall market to buy a seragg of mutton for broth."


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