TRENCH, F. On Gates and Gate-Hanging. Illustrated. S.n. [Dublin ? c. 1846]. pp. 7, 2 (plates) [FOR THE BENEFIT OF CLOUGHJORDAN DEACON POOR FUND]
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Original blue paper wrappers. Stitched. Correction by the author. Top edge uncut. A fine copy. Extremely rare.
No copy located on COPAC. Author ascribed in NLI copy.
For the benefit of the Cloghjordan Deacon poor’s fund.
The object of this pamphlet is to explain the principle on which field gates should be hung. It gives instructions with diagram on the important steps in hanging a gate on your land, sturdy enough to resist cattle; stability in all gates that have an oblique or diagonal bar, any gate with parallel lines only are weak, etc.
[L4 File V]
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