Fig.

1. Handsaw.

2. Size and Shape of Saw Teeth.

3. Rip-saw Teeth.

4. Tenon Saw.

5. Bow Saw.

6. Jack Plane.

7. Angle for Plane Iron Edge.

8. Unsuitable Edge.

9. Plane Iron.

10. Edge requiring Regrinding.

11. Curve of Jack Plane Iron.

12. Trying Plane.

13. Smoothing Plane.

14. Rabbet Plane.

15. Plough.

16. Old Woman's Tooth.

17. Paring Chisel.

18. Firmer ,,

19. Mortise ,,

20. Gouge.

21. Spokeshave.

22. Shell Gimlet.

23. Twist „

24. Bradawl.

25. Brace.

26. Centre Bit

27. Twist Bit and Gauge.

28. Ordinary Screwdriver.

29. Marking Gauge.

30. Mortise ,,

31. Square.

32. Try and Mitre Square.

33. Sliding Bevel.

34. Hammer.

35. Wing Compasses.

36. Marking Awl.

37. Marking Chisel.

38. Oilstone in Case.

39. Hand-screws.

40. Bench Holdfast.

41. Iron Cramp.

42. Box and Tap for Wood-screws.

43. Wooden Cramp.

44. Bar for Screw-block.

45. Screw-block to fit Bar.

46. Bar showing Groove.

47. Sliding-block showing Tongue.

48. Iron Link.

49. Improvised Cramp.

51. Shooting Board.

52. ,, ,, or Bench Hook.

53. Mitre Shoot.

54. Simple Mitre Shoot.

55. Mitre Block.

56. Mitre Box.

57. Testing Square.

58. Scratch or Router.

59. Cutter for Bead.

60. Bead.

61. Rows of Beads.

62. Beads with Hollow between.

63. 64. Cutters for Hollows. 65, 66. Scratch for Chamfering.

67. Cheap Wooden Bench.

68. Iron Standard Bench.

69. German Bench.

70. Badly Ground Edge.

71. Properly „ ,,

72. Scraper Edge, sharp.

73. „ „ round.

74. Winding Sticks on Board.

75. ,, „ showing Board in Winding.

76. Circular Saw with Dovetailing appliance.

•Tig. 77. Lathe.

78,79. Wood glued on to strengthen joint.

80. Tongued joint.

81. ,, »i

82. Plain Dovetails-separate parts.

83. ,, ,, together.

84. Ditto, with Badly-formed Pins.

85. Lap Dovetail.

86. Formation of Mitre-lap Dovetails. • 87. Dovetailed Top-bearers. '88. Dovetail on End. 89. ,, M

•90. ,, Stopped Back.

91. Mitred and Keyed Corner.

92. Mortise and Tenon.

93- » »>

94. Double Tenon.

95. Tenon with Haunch.

96. Tenons on End of Shelf, etc.

97. Foxed Tenon.

98. Dowel-jointed Frame.

99. Halved Corner Joint.

100. ,, Joint.

101. „ Mitred Joint.

102-5. Sections of Lined-up Tops.

106. Top with Lining.

107. Rabbet.

108. Stopped Rabbet.

109. Panel with Sunk Bevelled Edges. no. Section of Board notched for grooving with Saw. ill. Stop Chamfered Edges.

112. Guide for cutting Chamfer Stops.

113. Stop Chamfering Tool.

114. Door with Chamfered Edges, Frame, and V-grooved panel.

115. Section of V Groove. 116-119. Moulded Edges. 120-122. Stopped Beads.

123. Flutes.

124. Inlaid Bandings.

125. Ovolo Moulding.

126. Thumb ,,

127. Ogee Moulding.

128. Formation of Ovolo.

129. Moulding.

130. ,, from Solid.

131. ,, ,, Board.

132. Alternative Form.

133. Flush Panel Rabbeted.

134. Drawer Side.

135. Fitting of Drawer Bottom.

136. Drawer Side with Bottom, etc.

137. Alternative Fitting for Drawer Bottom.

138. Munting for Bottom.

139. Ditto, showing Back.

140. Fastening of Drawer Runner.

141. 142. Parts of Drawer Fittings.

143. Drawer Front with Moulding.

144. Ditto-Section.

145. Panel Rabbeted in Frame.

146. Rabbet formed'with Moulding.

147. Mitred Mouldings worked on Frame.

148. Moulding sunk in Rabbet.

149. End of Stile showing Rabbet. 149a. Plinth or Cornice with fastenings.

150. Cornice Moulding.

151. Lining of Plinth.

152-154. Shapes of Bevelled Glass.

155. Glass Fitting close to Frame.

156. Glass not Fitting close to Frame.

157. Bevelled Glass Blocked in.

158. Transparent Bevelled Glass Fitted.

159. Overmantel.

160. ,, Front Elevation.

161. ,, End Elevation,

162. ,, Working Drawing and Scale.

163. Overmantel, Working Drawing of End.

164. Section of Wood showing

Heart Side.

165. Veneering Hammer.

166. Diagram showing Course of Veneering Hammer.

Fig.

Fig.

167.

Small Table.

196.

Wardrobe with Straight Ends.

168.

Screw through Rail.

197.

* Beaconsfield' Wardrobe.

169.

Small Table with Tray.

198.

Six-ft. Wardrobe.

170.

Fitting of Legs.

199.

Interior of Three-door Ward-

171.

Table with Spindled Rail.

robe.

172.

Fitting of Spindles.

200.

Toilet Table with Glass.

173-

Square-legged Table.

201.

»i >»

174.

Foot of Square Leg.

202.

Dressing-chest and Glass.

175-

Small Fancy Table.

203.

Washstand, with Single Row

176.

Round ,,

of Tiles in Back.

177.

Square-legged Common Table.

204.

Washstand, with Pedestal Cup-

178.

Flap Table.

board.

179.

Folding Bracket.

205.

Pedestal Washstand.

180.

Knuckle Joint.

206.

Pedestal Toilet-table.

181.

„ ,, Setting Out.

207.

Pedestal Writing-table.

182.

,, ,, Shaping of Parts.

208.

Desk Slope.

183.

Finger Joint.

209.

Pedestal Register Writing-

184.

Swing Rail for Supporting

desk.

Flap.

210.

Upper Portion of Half Register.

185.

Sutherland Table.

211.

Top of Cylinder-fall Table.

186.

Double Sutherland Table.

212.

Method of Hanging Fall.

187.

Table with Swinging Legs.

213.

Top of Writing - desk with

188.

Rule Joint.

Tambour Fall.

189.

,, Setting out for.

214.

Bureau.

190.

Folding Card-table Top.

215.

Dwarf Bookcase.

191.

Extending Dining - table

216.

Rack for Movable Shelves.

Frame.

217.

Dwarf Bookcase with Break

192.

Construction of Slides.

Front.

193-

Dovetailed Slide.

218.

Secretary Bookcase.

194.

Small Hanging Wardrobe.

219.

Music Cabinet.

195-

Hanging Wardrobe with

Drawer.