Wet works, as piles, foundations, etc. Alder. Beech. Elm. Oak.
Plane-tree. White Cedar.
House-carpentry. Deals. Oak. Pines. Sweet Chesnut
Fob Machinery and Mill-work,
Frames, etc. Ash. Beech-Birch. Deals. Elm.
Mahogany. Oak. Pines.
Rollers, etc. Box.
Teeth of Wheels, etc. Crabtree. Hornbeam. Locust.
Foundry patterns. Alder. Deal.
Common woods for toys: softest.
Best woods for Tunbridge ware.
Hardest English woods. Beech, large. Box. Elm. Oak. Walnut.
Common Furniture and inside works. Beech. Birch. Cedars. Cherry-tree. Deal. Pines.
Foreign Hardwoods, several of which are only used for Ornamental turnery.
Black Bot. B-wd.*†
Olive-tree and root
* Frequently scarce.
‡ Generally abundant, and extensively used.
All the woods may be used for plain turning.
Elasticity. Ash. Hazel. Hickory. Lancewood. S. Chesnut, small. Snakewood. Yew.
Inelasticity and toughness. Beech. Elm.
Lignum-vitae. Oak. Walnut.
Durability in dry works. Cedar. Oak. Poplar.
Sweet Chesnut. Yellow Deal.
Colouring Matter. Red Dyes. Brazil. Braziletto. Cam-wood. Log-wood. Nicaragua. Red Sanders. Sapan-wood.
Green Dyo. Green Ebony.
Yellow Dyes. Fustic. Zante.
Scent. Camphor-wood. Cedar. Rose-wood. Sandal-wood. Satin-wood. Sassafras.