Herring are to be sold only in the quantity of 11,000 per last;
ling and "Iceland fish" at the quantity of 164 per hundredweight if in a
dogger, or 144 per hundredweight if in a "trohwer".
[A "last" was a term for a load applied to certain types
of goods (not exclusively fish); the Statute of Herring (1357) seems
to define a last as 10,000. "Iceland fish" likely means cod. A dogger
was a broad two-masted fishing-boat used in the North Sea. A "trohwer"
was presumably a trawler.]