The Girl In Pink
The following anecdote was told to myself, a few months...
The Iron Chest Of Durley
Mr _John Bourne_, for his Skill, Care and Honesty,...
Casting The Runes
_April 15th, 190-_
I am requested by th...
What Was It?
It is, I confess, with consider...
The Arrears Of Teind
"Mr. Rutherford, of Bowland, a gentleman of landed prop...
The Lost Cheque
Mr. A., a barrister, sat up one night to write letters,...
The Red Lamp
Mr. Cooper says: "A fortnight before the death of the ...
The Rival Ghosts
BY BRANDER MATTHEWS
The good ship sped on her way ac...
The Four-fifteen Express
AMELIA B. EDWARDS
The events which I am about to r...
In Kropfsberg Keep
To the traveller from Innsbrueck to Munich, up the lo...
Farm Barn Main Floor Plan
Underneath the body of the barn are the stables, root cellar, calf houses, or any other accommodation which the farm stock may require; but, for the most economical objects, is here cut up into stables. At the ends, l, l, are passages for the stock to go into their stalls; and also, on the sides, for the men who attend to them. The main passage through the center double line of stalls is 8 feet wide; and on each side are double stalls, 6½ feet wide. From the two end walls, the cattle passages are 5 feet wide, the partition between the stalls running back in a slant, from 5 feet high at the mangers to the floor, at that distance from the walls. The mangers, j, j, are 2 feet wide, or may be 2½ feet, by taking an additional six inches out of the rear passage. The passage is, between the mangers, 3 feet wide, to receive the hay from the trap doors in the floor above.
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