m injury when digging.
2. A tool for trimming hedges.
The first form of iron railway-rail.
It was patented by Carr of Sheffield, 1776.
Previous to this time, the wooden trams had been protected by malleable iron plates, a practice introduced at Newcastle about 1602.
The Coalbrookdale Iron Company substituted cast-iron plates 5 feet long, 4 inches broad, and 1 1/4 inch thick; this was in 1767.
Carr was the first to make the iron rail.
Jessop made edgerails of cast-iron in 1789.
Birkenshaw introduced the rolled rail in 1820.
（Milling.) The support in which the footrcial Road.
London, before 1829.
On it the merchandise of the East and West India Docks was transported to the city of London.
Iron railways were laid down by Carr at Sheffield, 1776, and by the Coalbrookdale Iron Company in 1786.
Matthews's stone tram-way (English) has stones 4 feet 2 inches in length, 14 i
hilbrick appointed, May 15, 1848
Supt. Robert Taylor appointed, May 24, 1852
Supt. Rufus C. Marsh appointed, May 26, 1854
Supt. of Wagons.
James Arnold appointed, May 4, 1849
Supt. Charles B. Rice appointed, May 26, 1851
Supt. Luther A. Ham appointed, May 24, 1852
Supt. George W. Oliver appointed, May 26, 1854
Supt. Timothy R. Page appointed, Apr. 27, 1863
Cards and Dice
playing prohibited by law, 1630
for wool manufacture, made in town, 1789
Carr, Sir Robert
and other King's Commissioners arrive, July 23, 1664
Had a fight with constables in Ship street, Jan., 1665
of Authors at Music Hall, Jan. 22, 1879
and Ute Indians, visit Boston, Mar. 20, 1868
Cass, Lewis, Gen
News of his death received, June 17, 1866
Catholic, Washington street, cornerstone laid, Sep. 15, 1867
A new company, Capt. Amory, first parade, July 4, 1797
National Lancers, first parade, June 14