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1898 Mann and Charlesworth produced, on behalf of Philip Parmiter, an agricultural steam cart using the front end of a conventional traction engine, and a roller at the rear. This was one of the first, practical, load-carrying road vehicles.
See P. J. Parmiter and Co for the associated company.
1901 Parmiter's Improved Hoe
1919 Patent: An improved steering gear for wide flexible harrows or other implements for cable draught