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" ... into Ireland to sell. Neither doth their industry rest here ; for they buy cotton wool in London, that comes first from Cyprus and Smyrna, and at home work the same and perfect it into fustians... "
The House and Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe Hall, in the ... - Page 556
by Shuttleworth family - 1857
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 46

1827
...home worke the same, and perfect it into fustians, verinillions, dimities, and other such stuffes, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have means, at far easier termes, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain, Volume 1

Sir Edward Baines - Cotton growing - 1835 - 544 pages
...at home worke the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermittions, dimities, and other such studies, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have means, at far easier termes, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain

Sir Edward Baines - Cotton machinery - 1835 - 544 pages
...home worke the same, and perfect it into fust tans, vennittions, dimities, and other such stuffes, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have means, at far easier termes, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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A Statistical Account of the British Empire: Exhibiting Its Extent ..., Volume 1

John Ramsay McCulloch - Great Britain - 1839
...at home worke the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermilions, dimities, and other such stuffes, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have meanes, at far easier terms, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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Statistical Account of the British Empire ...

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1839
...at home worke the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermilions, dimities, and other such atuffes, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have meanes, at far easier terms, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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The cotton fields and cotton factories

Henry Brown (artisan.) - Cotton - 1840 - 80 pages
...Smyrna, and at home work the same, and perfect the same into fustians and dimities, and other stuffs, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not sent into foreign parts." By this it appears that Manchester was the first place in which the cotton...
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The Hand Book of Silk, Cotton and Woollen Manufactures

William Cooke Taylor - Spinning - 1843 - 211 pages
...at home worke the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermiUions, dimities, and other such stuffes, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not seldom sent into forrain parts, who have means, at far easier termes, to provide themselves of the said first materials."...
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A cyclopędia of commerce, mercantile law, finance, and commercial geography ...

William Waterston - 1843
...and at home work the same and perfect it into fustians, vermillions, dimities, and other such fluffs, and then return it to London, where the same is vented and sold, and not teldom sent into foreign parts, who have means, at far easier terms, to provide themselves of the said...
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The history of British commerce

George Lillie Craik - Great Britain - 1844
...at home work the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermillions, dimities, and other such stuffs, and then return it to London, where the same is vented...to provide themselves of the said first materials." This account implies that the cotton manufacture had already reached a point of considerable advancement,...
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Free Trade and the League: A Biographic History of the Pioneers of Freedom ...

Alexander Somerville - Free trade - 1853
...at home work the same, and perfect it into fustians, vermillions, dimities, and other such stuffs, and then return it to London, where the same is vented...to provide themselves of the said first materials." This account implies that the cotton manufacture had already reached a point of considerable advancement,...
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