THE SECOND PART.

The Art of cutting Boots and Shoes

PREVIOUS to my entering on this subject, I take it for granted that the young pupil is in possession of every necessary implement for the work, and that he has acquired a free and an easy use of the half-round knife; but if not, I would have him without delay obtain it, for, without it, it is impossible to cut with ease, freedom and dispatch. 

In the first place we will begin with the cutting of

Menís Shoes.

 


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