Groschen


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Groschen

A subdivision of the Austrian schilling, which is the former currency of Austria. One groschen was equal in value to 1/100 of schilling. See also: Cent.
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Groschen (1985) used the computed steady-state heads as initial heads for the transient-state simulations.
Calibrated hydrologic data used for the computer model is from Groschen (1985).
Both the eastern and southern boundaries were selected because as Groschen (1985) stated, there were no corresponding physical boundaries.
As Groschen (1985) had determined in his sensitivity analysis for two different boundary conditions, the computed potentiometric surface is not significantly different in the area by the designation of two different grid sizes.
Using Kleist's own figures of ten groschen per Meile, offer the one half of his supposed route of 120 Meilen, we see that he should be adding another fifty thalers to his estimate.
This may perhaps be tested by a rough calculation for posting from Berlin to Paris using the guidebook data: return distance 300 Meilen; eight groschen per horse per Meile in France, and (supposing that the increases in Prussia, Brunswick, Hanover and Hessen were operative) eleven groschen (the average of ten and twelve) in Germany west of the Rhine and north of the Main.