Hello, everybody. I have come across the Latin expression "de claro" in a text I am editing. I suspect it may mean something along the lines of "net income / profit" or something similar, but I'm not really sure. Here is the phrase used in context: Of this, sir, I intend to make fine linen, and by which I shall get de claro sixty pounds a week, and so improve the manufacture of linen in England. I have tried to look this up in a dictionary, to no avail. Could you possibly help me with it? Thanks a lot in advance.