Napoleon Series Archive 2003

Re: Meaning of the word "toise"

Howie,

A toise was six 'French' vice 'English' feet, if I'm not mistaken. Therefore, it's a little longer, about six inches, than a fathom.

Sincerely,
Kevin

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