Foot bellows

a bellows worked by a treadle.

See also: Foot

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The continuous flow of air was generated by a foot bellows and passed through an ether bottle and a humidifying bottle.
A large 19th century foot bellows of wood and leather marked 'Alday's Birmingham' an Edwardian oak pipe rack with a tobacco draw, silver-topped walking sticks, a ceremonial swagger stick, a barley scoop and olive wood boxes will be found on this stall.
"In the old days, they did it over an oil lamp or lantern, operated with a foot bellows," Ms.