Image from page 893 of “The Gardeners’ chronicle and agricultural gazette” (1844)

Image from page 893 of “The Gardeners’ chronicle and agricultural gazette” (1844)
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Identifier: gardenerschronic1868lond
Title: The Gardeners’ chronicle and agricultural gazette
Year: 1844 (1840s)
Subjects: Gardening Agriculture
Publisher: [London : Published for the proprietors
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
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London, E.C. ^ Mr. H. Ferbaiiki;, Aeent. Greens Patent Noiseless Lawn Mowers. THOMAS GREEN and SUN, in introducing theirPATENT LAWN MOWERS for Llie present season, beg toBtate that they huve no novelties to report. The fact is, that afterthe severe tests their Machines have been subjected to sirco theyadded their latest improvenionts, fuur yeais ago, they have beenfound to meet all the requirements for which they are intended,viz. :—the keeping of Lawns in the highest state of perfection. They are the in construction, least Hablo to pet out oforder, and cm be worked with fur greater ease than any other LawuMower extant. I Patent Liwn Mowersied off every iirize that h 1 proof of their superiority upwar proved to be the best, andnail cases of con.|je-i of 41,U00 have bceu I Rackingham Palace GardcnaMarlborough House G-irdenaI Royal Horticultural Society, J Park Gardens The Winter Palace Gardoi DublinThe Dublin Botanic GardensThe Liverpool Botanic Garden;The Leeds Royal Park

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Suitable for a Lady.To cut 14 inches .. £5 DONKRY & PONY MACHINESTo cut 26 inches .. £13 0 0 Suitable for Two Persi Gig Harness :— HORSE MACHINES.To cut 30 inches .. £21 024 0 30 17 0 0 42 27 0 030 0 0 Leather Boots for Donkey, U. ,, o « , Pony, tis. Leather Boots for Hoi The 2C and 2S Inches can easily be worked by a Donkey, the30 inches by a Pony, and the liu-ger sizes by a Horse ; and as theMachines make no noise in working, the most spirited animal can beemployed without fear of its running away or in any way damagingthe Machine. Both the Horse, Pony, Donkey, and Hand Machines possess {overall other makers) the advantage of sulf-sharpenin:;; the cuttersbeing steel on each si<le, when they become dull or hluut by runningone way round, the cylinder can he reversed again and .again, bring-ing tlie bottom edge of the cutters again the Machirthcolinde Every M;approved 0 ngements t led by any inexperieuced per; warranted to Rive entire satisfacUon, and if notreturned at on

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André Rieu – Circus Renz (Live in Belfast)

André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra performing “Circus Renz” live in Bel(l)fast december 2012.

Carillon played by Frank Steijns. Xylophon played by Marcel Falize.

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