For the benefit of all people that keep cattle: being approved of by all those that have ever experienc'd or seen it, to be the cheapest and most lasting Thing of the Kind that ever yet was made; a new-invented toil, four Foot and a half high, for folding of sheep, or parting of any piece of land, much cheaper than Waddle Gates or Hurdles, more durable, and is strong enough for keeping in either Horses or Bullocks, made in quite a different Manner, and of a more durable Cordage than ever yet was made; being a very small Mash, bare three Inches and a half square, so small that neither Sheep nor Lamb can get their Head through, nor Fox creep through it; and so light, that a Man may with ease carry on his Back twenty Rods in length of it. Also all sorts of hop-bagging, sacks and sacking, Home-Made Sheeting Cloth, Ditto Hair Cloth, And Ash Cloths, Rough Hemp, Flax, Tippilings, and Towe, Fine drest Hemp and Flax for Shoe-Makers, And all sorts of Cloth, All sorts of Ropes, Rope Yarn, And Spun Yarn for Thatching, Plow Traces, Halters, Halter Reins, Foddering Lines, Hair Lines, Towing Lines, Packing Lines, Marline, Cloth Lines, Jack Lines, Clock Lines, Wall Lines, Garden Lines, and Fishing Lines, Whip-Cord of all sorts, Bed Cords, Would Cord, Box Cord, Sash Cord, Pack Thred, Shop Thred, Hair Thread, Coller-Makers Thred, Sealing Thred, Hemp and Flax Thred, Bedlam Twine, Fly Nets for Horses, And every sort of Netting Twine. Wholesale or Retail, as cheap as in London, by the maker, John Flaxman, in Stone-Street, Maidstone, in Kent. Note, He likewise sells Russia Yarn, Spinnell, Machine, Black Balls, Cat Gut, and Fish Hooks of all sorts; and gives Ready Money for any Quantity of Cow Tails or Horse Hair.
- Flaxman, John.
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[Canterbury] : Printed at Canterbury, [1760?]
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