Lath-Bricks are a particular kind of that article, made in the county of Stafford, and other parts of Britain : they are 22 inches in length, and 6 inches in breadth, being used as a substitute for laths or spars, and supported by pillars in casts, for the drying of malt.— This excellent connivance deserves to be more generally known ; for, independently of the security which lath-bricks afford against lire, they retain heat much longer than wooden-laths; and, after having been once thoroughly warmed, they require a very moderate lire, to preserve the proper temperature.