Descriptions of some of the utensils in husbandry,
rolling carriages, cart rollers, and divided rollers for land or gardens, mills, weighing engines, &c. &c. made and sold by James Sharp, ...
|Main Creator:||Sharp, James, d. 1783.|
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[London] : Sold by Benjamin White; and Edward and Charles Dilly, London, [1777?]
Includes: 'Weighing engines for hogsheads', 'Directions for using the double-knife chaff-cutter', 'Reference to the drill plough and horse hoe', 'Reference to Mr. Ducket's trenching plough', 'Reference to the jointed horse rake', which is dated: Nov. 20, 1777, 'Reference to the winnowing machine', 'Reference to the hand-mills', 'Reference to the rolling carts, waggons, and cart rollers', 'Common stage' (the title taken from within the headpiece), and 'A list of some other articles that are usually made, and may be seen at Mr. Sharp's manufactory in Tooley-Street'.
Docket title: 'Utensils in husbandry, ploughs, harrows, carriages, rollers, engines, milll-works, &c.'.
Physical description: p.,plates : ill. ; obl.4⁰.
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