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- 1. Lime is burned in kilns. These kilns are built different heights or depths.
Some of them are sunk in banks others are built over ground surrounded by a bank but there must be a little hole at the bottom of one side of the wall for ventilation purposes other wise the fire wont burn.
2. When the kiln is complete a layer of turf is put on the bottom then a layer of lime stone which has been broken into pieces the size(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.