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Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade (Newspaper) - December 7, 1894, London, Middlesex COLLEG TIG For Improvement of Friday^ December 7. 16^4. Calves-Leather, bow curried and coloured., Jumps, low made, A good Shoe, how mades and Wax. Pcggs, of what and where made. Their Trice. Heel- Pieces, of what and where made. Their Trice, as alfo of Cutting Boards. Lafts, of what and where made., Their trice. Wafte of Cuttings cfLeather, their life* Jumps made chiefly in Holland. Leather and Hides fometimes eaten. And Hide always fwith Cow-Heel. Trice ojf*Cotn,1ltc. in many Counties. Of Engliffi Commodities in London. Of Actions in Companies., Qf Flefli, &c. Lawyers. Attorneys. Exchequer Fufrds* Tradefmen. Importations. Advertiiemenrs. ^\Ahes*Leather is managed at the Cur- The. Cutting Boards are lb)d from tw oand Hers after the fame manner* as other fix Pence to ten Shillings the Piece,, according upper-Leathers are, and either one to magnitude. / or other maybe coloured as defiredi The Lafts to low Shoes on, aremadeof Beecli but the ordinary dark, Colour for Men is made here in ^own, and the beft, if riveted to a piece with Blacking (Lamblack) and Oil. of Iron through the Heel, are fold for eight TheFirft wet Shavings the Currier makes, Pence each; without Iron for feveri Pence, are laid fmooth and with the help of Pafte made , Some parts of the wafte Cuttings of Upper of Flower and Water *boyPd, form'd 'mo Jumps, Leather (aslikewile the Upper Leathers, of old which are ufed to fill up the middle of the Heels Shoerand Boots) are pick'd put for Gardeners of Shoes. . ' to nail Trees to the Walls; Other partsof them The iecond or dry Shavings are burnt in and the SW-Paririgs help to make Jumps *o- fome Places, but greatly uied by thof&thatdeal ther parts ferve for Fireing; and all *are excet- m Oil for to wipe it up where fpil'd and to make lent Manure for Land. clean their bands,. &c\ / Moft of thele Jumps are made with our Lea- The way to hav� a good Shoe, is to take the therm Holland i If this Paper mould fettle the Upper-Leather and Quarters from the Shoulder Trade among the Poor in England, I (hall re-, or Buttock of a well Tann'd Hide, that feels joy.ce. * " ' fmooth, Toft and clofe, and to take the outward In lofig Sieges or Stretghts on Shipboard, fome Sole and. Heel-Pieces from the Ridge Of the fry Leather with Greafc, and eat it ,butdryed Back that is well Tanned, and if the inward Hides are far better than tanned i and this will Sole and inward Pieces for the Heels were of �/nQtippea�T^^ilra.hg^,wiien we confider the the fame, 'twould be the better, but overcharg- outfide oi a Cow Heel, which we commonly able. If you get a gjood outward Sole and Heel- eat, and is nothing but a part of the Hide. Pieces; the Pole for an inward Sole, and the , Next Friday expe& more, Neck or Cheek for inward Heel-Pieces, will do well enough, and are far better than Jump. - Yours &c> Thele Pieces of Leather are Well fbwn together * - with Thred made of the beft Hemp, Well waxt . John Hwojbton P. R. S. with white Wax made with Rozin and Greafe, * or black Wax made with Pitch and Greaie. s; Banh&mew>u>u;beMnd . , The Heel-Pieces are faftned on with P^ggs tbe * made of Beech, Birch, or Elder. '' . V '" '- � - ,": ; . ; - Thefe Peggs ate made by the poor Prifoners aj T ' at the King^Bemh^Md from two Pence , Advertilements. half Peny to five Pence the thoufand. A Friend of romelaaa very han^fome Oriental Eezor- > Some Heels are rnade with Wood, covered /x (lone to feii; that weighs aimoft an Quaee. . ' over with fine Leather, which makes them look . T ; , r * , . r u * * � r~ tJ^i^Ki- ~ +u**LuL '� A T theBible and Crownin Middle-Row in ffolbourn. is fair, but are not fo lerviceable as the others. J\ tobe fold by chapter s^e^ above one thon(W Thefe Heel-Pieces are Commonly made here Books of Divinity, Hiftory, and Phyfick, it) Lath, hrenchy iti Town, of a ibrt of Wood from Norway, cat- Italian,&e.^ which Gendemeamay cboofe^t 2s. per Book led by the Shoemakers Cutting. Board-Wood^ in m�>1 Book in Qtano, and 61 per 0%
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