School: Adamstown (roll number 3755)

Adamstown, Co. Wexford
D. Curtis

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0900, Page 109

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body, a beam, and two wheels.
The handles are made of iron, and they are caught by the man who is driving the horses.

The body is composed of a mould-board, a sole-plate, a sock, and a point.
The mould-board is made of metal, and it turns the sod when it is cut.
The sock is made of metal, and a point also made of metal is attached to the top of the sock.
Those two cut the sod, and prepare it for the mould-board.
The sole-plate is attached to the bottom of the body, in order to keep it from wearing out easily.

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