Horse for Drying Linen.

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11,223. Dillmann, M. May 16. Clothes-horses.-- The vertical support a of a horse for drying linen, constructed so that it can be easily taken to pieces, is composed of several rods held together by means of a pin and boring, or by other means. Discs c, supported between flanges made on each of the rods, have radial holes bored in them, in which are inserted the rods d. In the ends of the rods d, the hooks e are fixed, and eyes, at each end of rods f, pass over them, thus connecting the radial rods of each disc.

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