School: Adamstown (roll number 3755)

Adamstown, Co. Wexford
D. Curtis

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0900, Page 107

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used for sowing mangolds, turnips, beet, and onion seed.
It is made of metal, and it is about four or five feet long, and two feet wide, and one and a half feet high.

It is composed of a body, two small rollers and two handles.
The body is made of metal and is shaped like a bowl, and it holds about two or three pounds of seed.
There is a tube coming from the body to the ground, and it is through this the seeds come.
The bottom of this tube makes a little furrow in the drill into which the seeds fall.
There are two rollers attached to the body, one in front of the tube and

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