The Royal louis ship 3 bridge off 1692
The big matt The big matt of hune Topgallant big matt The foremast The matt of bowsprit The matt of spanker The yard of fougue The big yard The yard of misaine Topgallant foremast Topgallant matt of fougue Topgallant matt of bowsprit The yard of civadière The yard dries of spanker Topgallant yard of fougue The yard bonnette main topsail The yard bonnette fore topsail Stick flag of poop Stick flag of bowsprit Stick weather vane of big matt Stick weather vane of misaine Aerial of spanker Arch boutant bonnette big sail Arch boutant bonnette misaine Small matt of hune Yard of main topsail Yard of fore topsail Topgallant yard of bowsprit The matt of wimple The hunes of matts The bars of hunes of high matts Chouquets The racages of yards réas of bronze Matt of main topsail: in the foot 2 ø 48. 6cm has the head 2 ø 32.4cm Matt of fore topsail: in the foot ø 45.9cm has the head ø 29.7cm Pulley of big halyard: 4 ø 46.7cm Pulley of halyard of misaine 3 ø 43.36cm Pulley of capon 3 ø 35.1cm Pulley of guidresse 4 ø 35.1 Pulley back from halyard of spanker 1 ø 31 6cm Pulley back from halyard of main topsail2 ø 18 9cm Pulley back from halyard of fore topsail2 ø 17.61cm Réa block for return of listenings of misaine and civadière 4 ø 27cm Cables grelin and others 5 cables of 222 m ø 18.9 1 cables of 222 m ø 17. 8 for the anchor of affourche 2 grelins of 222 m ø 9.4 2 grelins of 222 m ø 8.6 for anchors in touer and in throw. Bump standing ø 6.8cm Conservatory Bump ø 6cm 2 orins of ø 6. 8 and 4.7cm Tournevire(chain or rope large) ø 8.6 There are rings between wale 2 and3 ø 4 cm 3) Chain and ankle of stays of matts Chains and ankle of stays of matts: iron chain dowelled on the wale of the ship and whichsettles in the other end on the capes ofsheep at the level of doors stays. 4) Chain and ankle of the big matt Have of Ø 4. 9cm 5) Chain and ankle of misaine Have of Ø: 4. 4cm 6) Chain and ankle of spanker Have of Ø: 2. 8cm 7) The curls of bumps The curls of bumps will have: 4cm Ankles which runs across square of 3.71/ 2.92/ 2.75/ 2.25/ 1.8 Ø front and posterior ankles 3.26 /2.65 / 2.36/ 2.02/ 1.8 Curls for the artillery of the long and Ø35/4.05/ 33.85/3.6/ 24.15/3.37 /21. 22/3.37 Rope and manoeuvre of royal Louis Low matts Rope which makes service of pailletØ: big matt 8.19 / misaine 6.86 /spanker 4.70 The estrope of the pulley of halyard of the yard of spanker: Filled there twine, enveloped by leatherand in the contact of the bolster it trimspaillet there. Ø 3.40 The pendeurs These are to the number of 2 on everyedge for the big mast and that of misaine and of the only one for the spanker. hey are in 3 strands of the 1er bite and entirely trimmed there twine. To them Ø: big matt 8.19 /misaine 6.86 / spanker 4.70 They are formed of the single rope and they are closed by moorings flat, abranch has larboard other one instarboard, he in always a longer branch of other one ¼ of the stay. The shortest branch behind and the longest forward for the big matt. Conversely for the misaine. Their end estrope an iron pod and if splices inreturn on herself. Stays They are in aussière, formed of the single rope, closed by moorings flat there quarantainier, and entirely stuck by a line and cover edwith a leather over the capelage then the 1er stay of every edge of the front must be thicket of a twine throughout. The 2ème of every edge up to the half, 3ème and 4ème in the third, the 5ème in quarterand the 6ème in the sixth part. Both branch hang of the same edge. The misaine which in a number odd ofstays way are last stay closed by moorings flat, with a branch on the portside and the other starboard. The end of every stay encircle a deadeye , and if bone by moorings there étrive, then two moorings flat. Stay of the big matt 40 cape of sheep of 15 po Stay of misaine 36 cape of sheep of 14 po Stay of spanker 24 cape of sheep of 10 po Ridages of stays To them Ø: big check mate 4.63 spanker 2.97 spanker 2.11 po Every wrinkle doors pork simple knot inan end for the stopping in the hole of the cape of sheep. The half of wrinkles passes in the 1erhole before from the cape of sheep and the other half in that of the back according to if it is located near the poopor near the prow. After 2 moorings flat to support the moorings in étrive the end of the étriveby moorings in twine is stopped. Chain and ankle of the big matt Have of Ø 4.9cm Chain and ankle of misaine Have of Ø:4.4cm Chain and ankle of spanker Have of Ø:2.8cm Decoration of the matt of bowsprit Ø given that of the estrope of pulleys is. The hoist standing of the yard ofcivadière: pulley doubles 10 po Ø: 3 po Cramps 2 Pulleys of balancines one on each sidea pulley of 7 po Ø: 3 po Ankle with carnation Pulley of caliorne of prop of misaine withits necklace 4 spinning wheels 14 po of long Ø: 2 ½ po Pulleys double of the bowlines of foretopsail 2 double pulleys of 10 po Ø: 3 po 2 Pulleys for the bowlines of misaine one on each side of the necklace of prop Ø: 3 ½ po Deadeye of pence bore stiff acape of sheep of 9 po of Ø and 6 pothickness Ø: 6 ½ po Pulleys of brails no parrot of bowsprit 2 simple pulleys of 6 ½ po Ø: 2 po Liures of bowsprit Ø from the low liure the high liure is 5 ½po is 6 ½ po They are there hawser, fixed by anoose on the bowsprit, she passes then from starboard on the port side from the bowsprit goes back down in the mortiseof sharpen sea and go back up towards the bowsprit, and conversely for the other liure of(larboard in starboard) it during 10 turnsfor the low liure and 11 for the high. Every turn passes forward one of otherson the bowsprit and behind on sharpensit sea. After 10 turns, he takes back up and encircles the liure strongly and it endsby a half key. Under beard. Rope of Ø: 5 ½ po trimmed there twine 2 capes of sheep of 9 po of Ø and 6 po and 1 simple pulley 6 ½ po There is a wrinkle of Ø 3 po which allows to tighten the sub-beard. The big prop and its necklace The necklace is made of a bite in fourstrands with a wick in the middle made there grelin and trims quarantenier onall its length there, as the prop, but this one is more covered there of suntan since the carnation and until 7 ½ under goose's leg Sound Ø is 6 po The prop has the same diameter as thenecklace, there are two pulleys in 5 spinning wheels of length of 19 po There is that moorings with stalemate tomake the necklace and its prop. He has a wrinkle 4.63 of Ø. The prop of misaine The necklace is made of three hawser made there grelin and covered of suntanon all its length, The prop at the same disposition as its necklace Sound Ø is 5 ½ po There are two pulleys in 4 spinning wheels of length of 18 po There is that moorings with stalemate tomake the necklace and its prop. He has a wrinkle 3 ½ of Ø. The prop of spanker His necklace is entirely trimmed there twine made by three hawser made there grelin and covered of suntan on allhis length, The prop is made of three hawser made there grelin and covered of suntanon all its length Sound Ø is 6 po One mocks 12 in 1 hole Ø po 2 deadeye Ø 12 po He has a wrinkle of Ø 2.11 po 2 curls Ø 2po the section of the nail is slightly lower in the thickness of the planking The enfléchure Accomplished there quarantenier; intheir end, every carnation is moored by moorings in poleaxe. They are fixed by 2 turn with demi-nœud spaced out by about 1 foot. To them Ø is 6 po for the big mattand misaine and 5 po for the spanker. The trélingage They are to fix on ankles with carnation nailed on bars, the rope is moored to the stay poupier. They are stuck on alllength Ø 2 ½ po The gambes of hune The estropes of the capes of sheep of hunes is iron and end by one of the ringunder the planking of the hune. The fangwith beak of duck is hung on it. In the carnation of the fang with beak ofduck the rope of the gambe passe dwhich is splices under this one. The gambe is moored with a half key byem bracing the stay then the end isgrabbed by 2 liures in poleaxe. The gambe of the front is entirelytrimmed with twine. Others are himonly in the place where they encircle the carnation of the hook. Their Ø is 3 po for the big mattand misaine and 2 po for the spanker Ø from deadeye 24. 20 po for the big 24 po misaine and 18. 72 po for the spanker The guard body The rope is of Ø 5 ½ po there is 1 knot everything them 12 po he is hit acarnation of ankle 2 deadeye Ø 10 po. Suspente of low yards. Rope also Ø as to them stays andentirely trimmed there twine and thickens in end. For the dry yard only: long pulley of 11 ½po A rope of Ø 4 po An united aiguilletage both carnations of ends of the capelage. Hoist of caliorne A pulley has 3 spinning wheels as the upper pulley 14 po She estrope an iron pod and is aiguilleté on the estrope of the pendeur For the lower pulley in two spinning wheels 12 po. And she estrope a fang. 2 ankles with carnations, one for each. The guarantor is moored sound Ø 3 ½ po for the big matt and 4 po for the misaine For the spanker A pulley back hit on the bridge. Length 11 po. Hoist of big prop (candelettes) With an itague in 3 strands Ø from the itague of the big prop 4 ½ po 2 Pulleys simple 12 po of which one in fang. Pulley doubles 20 po Ø of the guarantor 4 po A simple pulley is hit on the pendeur, other pulleys its mooring. Hoist of spanker (Candelettes) With an itague in 3 strands Ø from the itague of the big prop 4 po 2 Pulleys simple 8 po of which one in fang. Pulley doubles 14 po Ø of the guarantor 2 ⅔ po A simple pulley is hit on the pendeur, other pulleys its mooring. Hoist of misaine (Candelettes) 2 Pulleys double length 11 ½ po of which one in fang. Ø of the guarantor 3 ⅔ po Hoist of prop There is one of every edge Their suspentes in one Ø of 7 po and she moors on the capelage of the big prop, isstuck of a twine on very its length and covered of suntan in the place or it touches bars lightly. 2 pulleys double length 20 po are aiguilletées on branch and 2 other simple pulleys are hit to the simple of the double length 11 po, there is one of the simple pulley is moored on the stay and a pulley back hiton the coaming length 11 po then two pulleys has 12 crocs po The frame is hit under bars. The guarantor of Ø 3 ½ po moors on an ankle of filming. The bredindin (small hoist) 2 simple pulleys of length 10 po among which one is in fang The one is hit on the big prop 1 pulley back crocheted on the bridge. Length 9 po Spiders of hune A simple pulley is hit on the prop length 6 po A 2ème simple pulley, length 6 po estrope mocks her long of the spider. The hoist between both pulleys is trimmed twine there. (The spider) 15,10 9 mocks her long po according to the matt The guarantor 2 po Backstay 3 Backstay for the big matt of hunes of every edge. 2 Backstay for the small matt of hunes of every edge. 1 Backstay for topgallant matt of fougue of every edge. Backstay is trims twine there deadeye is have even that stays neighbour. Ø from Backstay of hunes: 4.27, 3.40, 2.54 po Ø from Backstay of parrots: 2.35, 2.11 po and 2.54 po for the parrot of fougue. Matt superior The pendeurs He one he even Ø what is more their stay, they are entirely trimmed twine there. They are formed of the single rope and they are closed by moorings flat, connects them of each pair goes downon the same side, him to always a longer branch of other one ¼ of the stay. The shortest branch behind and the longest forward for the big matt. Conversely for the misaine. an end estrope an iron pod and if splices inreturn on herself. The other end estrope a simple pulley. Of 14,13 and 9 po of long Stays Ø stay of sniff: 4.27, 4.08, 2.78 po Topgallant stay: parrot of bowsprit: 2.78 po, matt of small parrot: 2.11 po, matt of big parrot: 2.35, po topgallant matt of fougue: 2.78 po. They are formed of the single rope, closed by moorings flat there quarantainier, and entirely stuck by aline and covered with a leather over the capelage, then the 1er stay of every edge of the front must be thicket of a twine throughout. The 2 of every edge up to the half, 3 and 4ème in the third and the5ème in quarter for the big matt Both branch hang of the same edge. The big matt of hune which in anumber odd of stays way are last stay closed by moorings flat, with a branchon the port side and the other starboard. The end of every stay encircle a deadeye , and if bone by moorings there étrive, then two moorings flat. Number of stay: 5 stays for the big of hune Number of stay: 4 stays for the small matt of hune Number of stay: 4 stays for the parrot of fouge Number of stay: 3 stays for the parrot of bowsprit, of baby, and big parrot 20 capes of sheep of 9 po for the big matt of hune 16 capes of sheep of 8 po for the small matt of hune 16 capes of sheep of 6 po for the parrot of fouge 12 capes of sheep of 2 ¾ po for the parrot of bowsprit, of baby, and big parrot Ridages of stays Hunes, to Them Ø: big matt of hune Ø 2 ½ po small matt of hune Ø 2 ½ po Parrots, their Ø: topgallant big mattØ 2 po topgallant small matt Ø 2 po parrot of fouge2 ½ po Every wrinkle doors pork simple knot inan end for the stopping in the hole of the cape of sheep. The half of wrinkles passes in the 1er hole before from the cape of sheep and the other half in that of the back according to if it is located near the poopor near the prow. After 2 moorings flat to support the moorings in étrive the end of the étriveby moorings in twine is stopped. Palanquin or candelettes of hune Polished one double of 7 ½ po of length hit on the pod of the pendeur A simple pulley of 7 ½ po of length with fang Garant 2 po Palanquin or candelettes of the Parrot of fougue Polished one double of 6 po of length hiton the pod of the pendeur A simple pulley of 6po of length with fang Garant 1 ½ po Prop of the upper matts. Prop of the big matt of hune Ø 6 po The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there 2 simple pulleys of 9 ½ po A pulley doubles 11 po Garant 3 po Prop of the small matt of sniffs Ø 5 po The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there 1 simple pulley of 9 po 1 pulley doubles 9 po Garant 3 po Prop of the parrot of fougue The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there Ø 3 po 3 pulley of 8 po Garant 2 ½ po Prop of matt of big parrot The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there Ø 3 po 1 simple pulley of 10 po Prop of matt of small parrot The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there Ø 3 po 1 simple pulley of 10 po 3 pulleys of 9 ½ po Prop of the parrot of bowsprit The necklace is stuck twine on all its length there Ø 3 po 5 pulleys 6 ½ po Garant 2 po Enfléchures huniers and low masts Enfléchures huniers and low masts 4 po, parrots 2 po. The trélingage of the stays of the masts of hune, includes the single rope. The stays of topgallant masts are fixed onthe bastet by a matelet turn and two moorings. Guinderesse of matts 2 pulleys of 12 po for the big matt of hune and the baby Pulleys are hit to an ankle with carnation 3 ankles with carnations The diameter of réas of guinderesse amequal has the breadthe of its case of the matt. Garant 12 po. Yard of the low matts. Big yard and misaine Circle of rope in middle of the big yard and that of misaine: Ø 12 and 11 po Circle of rope enters ¼ and ⅓ of the big yard and that of misaine: Ø 11 and 10 po Walk feet of the big yard and that ofmisaine Ø 4.5 po. He is moored on theyard He walk feet am encoqué on the wedge of end of yard 2 Capes of sheep of walk feet: 8 po, wrinkles 2 po Stirrups make 6 and 5 ½ po Bump with buttons 2 Pulley simple halyard of bonnette 9 poof long 2 Pulley dish, (brails bowline) it is nailed. Long 9 ½ po Pendeur of the arm, he is encoqué and is3 metres long with pork simple knot inthe end. Ø 3 ½ po 2 Pulley of long end of yard: 34 and 31 po 2 Pulley cague: 11 po 2 Pulley of pence yard (listening of main topsail) long 16 po 2 gougée Apple The suspente and its braid of yard one Ø 20 and 17 ½ po Bastards of racage The low matts have 4 rows of 9 apples. Apples have of Ø 5 and 4 ½ po The bastards (rope) of one Ø of 4 and 4 ½ po Itague of big yard and of misaine She encircled with twine on all her length, her middle is trims suntans it, they are moored on the yards of one Øof 11 po for the big sail And 10 po for the misaine Pulley has 4 réas of big yard has length: 50 po Pulley has 3 réas of misaine has length: 45 ½ po Yard of fougue (or yard dries). Walk feet of the Yard of fougue Ø 4.5 po. He is moored on the yard He walk feet am encoqué on the wedgeof end of yard, he has 2 deadeye of 8 po with a wrinkle of 2 ¼ po 2 Capes of sheep of pence yards: 7 po, wrinkles 2 po for mustaches Moustache of the yard 4 po Pulley itague 29 po of long Stirrups make 4 po 2 simple Pulley 9 po of long Pendeur of the arm, he is encoqué and is3 metres long with pork simple knot inthe end. Ø 2 po The dry yard has no racage Yard of spanker Double pulley of halyard estroper, the estrope is stopped by a line. Length 13 po Simple pulley estroper for the fire of order Length 10 po Ø she-bears 5 ½ po they are order by a cul-de-porc knot. 6 cramps on each side. 6 pulleys simple with pod on each side int he carnation of the estrope are aiguilleté of 8 po of long Yard of civadière Simple pulley of the hoist standing 9 ½po 2 pulleys simple of brails melts 8 po 2 pulleys simple of brails 8 po 2 deadeyes 5 Ø po The estrope of the hoist standing Ø 2 ½po Wrinkle of the hoist Ø2 po Suspension of the big yard and yard of misaine Halyard between the pulley itague and the of halyard one of Ø 6 po for the big yard and 5 po for that of misaine. The frame of the halyard is stucksuntans it and moored to an ankle withcurl. The bump with whip in it even Ø what ismore the halyard, it is hit on an ankle The guarant moors in the Hoist of the racages of the big yard and yard of misaine. 4 simple pulley 9 po they are very hit. The guarant and frame of hoists Ø 3 po Suspension of the yard of spanker. The frame of the halyard is estrope a pod amarré. la simple pulley; a merlin seizure both rope at the exit of the pod. Pulleys are very moored. Pulley trebles 13 po Simple pulley with pod 9 po A long pulley 13 po One mocks in 2 holes 6 po The yard of spanker has 2 rows of 5 apples. Apples have 4 of Ø po The bastards (rope) of one Ø of 4 ½po Ø from the estrope of the pulley 4 ½ po Ø Of the halyard of hoist of yard 4 po Ø Of the halyard of the hoist of drisse 2 po Suspension of the yard of civadière Pulleys are very moored The bastards (rope) of one Ø of 4 ½po trims suntans it Ø Of the halyard of hoist of yard 4 po A pulley trebles 12 po A pulley doubles 12 po Suspension of the yard of fougue. Ø from the estrope and from its itague 4 ½ po A simple pulley 9 ½ po 2 lined up by 5 apples Ø3 po bastard Ø3po Balancines of the big yard and misaine Ø from balancines 3 ½ po and 3 ¼ po for the misaine. Simple pulleys hit 11 and 10 po Gougées apples Pulley violin 18 and 17 po hit on the ankle to carnation of the chouquet Pulley boils with yards (see yards) Ankle of filming moors in a toggle, or. Balancines of the yard of fougue. Ø from balancines 1 ¼ po hit to carnation of the chouquet Simple pulleys hit 6 po Gougées apples Pulley boils with yards (see yards) Moors in an ankle of filming done on the crib. Balancine of the yard of civadière. Ø from balancines 2 ¼ po hit to carnation of the chouquet Simple pulleys hit 7 po Pulley boils with yards (see yards) Moors in the fronteau of the poulaine( head) Moustache of the yard of civadière Ø 3 po 2 cape of - sheep 5 po Wrinkles 2 po Martin of the yard of spanker. The guarantor moors in an ankle of filming done in the crib. The frame ofthe martin is épissé on a simple pulley. Ø of the martin 2 ¾ po Simple pulley 9 po A gougée apple Moustache of the yard of fougue. 2 deadeye 7 po Wrinkles 2 po Ø of the moustache 4 po A deadeye is hit on the longis of the hune. Moustache of yard of civadière. 2 deadeye 5 po Wrinkles 1 ½ po Ø a moustache 3 po The fatty arm The braid is stuck in threads of loggerhead in the area around the button, the guarantor is hit on a curl and moors on the wedge with horn. The bump with whip is hit. 2 pulleys of 11 po Arm 3 ½ po The arm of the yard of misaine Moors on the wedge with horn. A pulleyis hit on the big prop, other one ismoored on the pendeur, the pulley backis hit on a curl 3 pulleys of 9 ½ po Arm 3 po Arm of the yard of fougue Moors on the wedge with horn 2 pulleys of 6 ½ po Arm 2 po Bottom of the yard of civadière A simple pulley is moored on the pendeur other pulleys are hit 6 pulleys of 9 po Arm 2 ½ po She-bears of the yard of spanker: Ø 4 po Pulley 7 po Yard of hunes Decoration of the yards of hunes He walk feet 3 ¼ po for the big sniffs 3 po for the hune baby Stirrups 3 po and 2 ¾ po Deadeye s 6 po Wrinkles 2 po Pulley of halyard (his estrope is encoqué) Pendeurs (is encoqués and filled) 3 po and 2 ¾ po Pulleys of balancines (are encoqués) 9 ½po 9 po Mock for the tague of the hoist oflaughing (or palanquin of laughing) (Encoquée) 7) po both yards of hune The simple pulleys of brails (moored) 9 ½ po 9 po The simple pulleys of brails melts 10 (moored) ½ po 9 ½ po Brails bowlines 8 po both yards of hune Palanquin of laughing 3 po sound garan 2 ¼ po The simple pulleys of the halyard of bonnette 9 po for both yards of hune Itague 5 ¾ po and 5 ½ po Long pulley itague 29 po and 27 po Pulleys of end of yard 9 ½ po 9 po Suspension of the yards of hunes The itague is moored to the braid of the simple pulley of the itague wrong. the itague wrong is throughout stuckand the frame is covered of suntan. The garan comes if aiguilleté on the double pulley of the hoist. Itague 5 ¾ po 5 ½ po Distort itague 5 ¼ po and 5 ½ po Long pulley 29 po and 27 po Pulley doubles some hoist 12 po and 11 po Simple pulley of the hoist 11 po and 10 ½ po Pulley back 11 po and 10 po Bump with whip Halyard of the guarantor of the hoist 3 ½po and 3 ¼ po Balancines of yards of hunes. Balancines Ø 3 po and 2 ¾ po Pulleys 9 ½ po and 9 po Gougée apple A pulley is encoquée in the wedge ofyard balancines moors on the stay Arm of main topsail A filled rope throughout, (conscript pendeur) is put on the matt of spanker, under the yard of fougue. Their end it ends by a button in simple -pork. The pendeur Ø 3 po Pulleys 9 ½ po The frame of arms Ø 3 po Arm of the fore topsail The pendeur Ø 2 ¾ po Pulleys 9 po The frame of arms Ø 2 ¾ po Racages of yards of hunes 3 rows of 6 apples Ø apples 3 ½ po and 3 po The bastard Ø 3 ½ po and 3 po Garnish of topgallant yards He walk feet 2 ¾ po 2 ½ po Stirrups 2 ¾ po 2 ½ po Pendeurs 2 ¾ po and 2 po Simple pulley for the itague Ø 8 po and Ø 7 po The simple pulleys of brails (moored) 6 ½ po 6 po Pulleys of end of yard 6 ½ po 6 po Topgallant yard of bowsprit He walk feet 2 ½ po Stirrups 2 ½ po Pendeurs 2 po The simple pulleys of brails 6 ½ po Pulleys of end of yard 6 po Suspension of parrots' yards Itague 3 ¼ po 3 po for the small parrot and that of bowsprit Simple pulley of itague8 po and 7po Pulley back 8 po and 7 po Halyard makes 2 still on the big stay 2 ½po and ¼ po The itague of the parrot of bowsprit passes in the réa of the nut of thematt of bowsprit having been hit inthe middle of the yard, then in that of the crib and it turns in a chevillot of fronteau of poulaine( head). The halyard of the itague of the parrot of bowsprit She is moored to the simple of the pulley of itague Halyard 2 ¼ po Simple pulley 7po Balancines of the yard parrot of spanker(of fougue) Balancines Ø 1 ¼ po Pulleys 6 po Pulleys end of yard 14 po Balancines of yard of big and small parrot. All are moored Balancines Ø 1 ½ po and 1 ¼ po Pulleys simple 6 po Apples gougée Balancines of topgallant yard of bowsprit Balancines Ø 1 ½ po Pulleys simple 6 po Arm of topgallant yard of spanker (of fougue) Arm Ø 1 ¾ Simple pulleys 6 po Arm of the yard of big and small parrot Arm Ø 1 ¾ po and 1 ½ po Simple pulleys 6 po for both Arm of yard of big and small parrot Arm Ø 1 ¾ Simple pulleys 6 po Racages of parrots' yards 2 rows of 5 apples Apples 2 po Bastard 2 po
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