or the transportation of passengers in England and Scotland consist of three classes, the first class being wersey is a local name for a coarse worsted cloth of Scotland and Ireland.
（Fabric.) A cloin till the third century, and are yet used in Western Scotland for boats and draft.
Chain-cables were used lock, and sent to the royal family even as far as Scotland; so they always have good milk and butter.
The chly after.
A cast-iron bevelwheel was also used in Scotland about the same time by Mr. W. Murdock.
Not until sides for ear corn.
4. A reel for winding yarn (Scotland).
5. A small raft of timber (Canada).
6. A s a hoe, coeterisparibus.
Wilkie, of Teddington, Scotland, is the inventor of the cultivator.
He invented twn at f.
Wilkie's horse-hoe and drill-harrow g (Scotland, 1820) has a central fixed share and adjustable sicalicoes by engraved copper cylinders, invented in Scotland and perfected in England.
These are engraved on t