One Virginia firm received one hundred tons of freight a month, and paid $10,000 a month freightage.
Such a freightage of joys he had never taken with him on his road to town.
Of what is lighter, especially if it be light as wind, how much easier the freightage!
One man carries across it a freightage of ingots, another may fish there for herrings.
In exchange for his goods he received furs; and the mules returned with their freightage of very rich treasure.
Nay, as regards the freightage itself, the artist has kept himself within bounds.
Nor are the freightage and postage moneys the only sources of profit.
Here I can only indicate very briefly the course of the stream and its freightage.
Commercially, however, distance is mainly a matter of freightage.
Now it is proposed to keep at home the profits and freightage of this costly and heavy material in house construction.