... cold; the simplest plan being to wind a thick curd round both. Finally, after being quite cold, the edges are trimmed ofla#39; on a level with the old sole; and if desired to be very tleut, they may be polished with a piece of hot metal. ... for homewashlng are-lst, a copper, sufficiently large to boil water for the wash; 2nd, washing-tubs, also in proportion; 3rd, posts, lines, ... In either case they consist of wooden posts, about eight ieet high from the ground, and four inches in diameter at the bottomanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Manual of Domestic Economy, suited to families spending from £100 to £1000 a year ... Second edition|
|Author||:||John Henry WALSH|