rectangular, being almost invariably narrower at the back than at the front. Sometimes the line of the side-framing is straight, though springing at an angle from the back; but
"Queen-Annr" Dresser, ok a Type Common in Lancashire, Yorkshire, and Walks
(See page 79 for reference)
frequently the form of the seat is completely curvilinear. This can be better explained by the assistance of illustrations, and in the outline plans that appear on the opposite page,
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