[Catalogue] Brampton Agricultural Works, Established 1849. Haggert Brothers Manufacturers and Iron Founders, Main Street, Brampton, Ontario. Brampton [Ontario]: Printed at the "Peel Banner" Book and Job Office, 1873. First Edition.
Peach printed wrappers, 6 x 8 3/4 inches, 32 pp., large illustration of an iron stove, some soil to wrappers, interior clean. Good. Pamphlet. 
Brampton Agricultural Works catalogue with sales descriptions of horse-powered threshing machines, sawing machines, grinding mills and straw cutters. Also of several kinds of iron cooking stoves. Includes testimonials from customers, and a long list of customers with their post office branches printed by their names. The catalogue is not illustrated, apart from the iron cooking stove illustrated on the backside of the wrapper.
The Haggart Brothers were from Paisley, Scotland. They opened a foundry in Brampton in 1849 and they were in business for about 40 years; the business was later restarted by J. M. Ross. John Haggart was an inventor and designer, and his improvements of farm machinery, cooking stoves, and steam engines contributed to the success of the firm.