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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Muslins ... 124 16 3 Linens ... .. 95 8 8 Prints, Galateas, &c. ... 106 13 6 Blankets, Quilts, &c.... .., 76 16 9. '7103 3 3 Lace Curtains ... ... 30 19 3 Cambric Handkerchiefs . 79 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lnks, asid sock as carL be strictlv depended upon as to tleir wasrshi'- aud wecar. Several Bales of -llaskcLi' Craaitecpvles, Quilts, vith-itRissia, fancnhine, and Drogheda Shaotings9, Chin` ed Flcritiuccr, 1rvouens, Dimitics, alid a lI-ge quantity of Dan ask lable Linec, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unequalled in England, vin.;- Chinta Furniture snd Mferino D.Rnaoak, Iforeens and beautiful Silk Tabouret,, Beat Brussels and Kiddermrinster Carpet, Large Quilts, Coanterpaucs, and Blankets, Spanish Cloths and Mlled Druggets, Russia Sheetings and fine Damasks, Table Covers, Dinities, and Window lollands, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yards for Is. td., not less than a piece sold; a splendid assortmuentof eli-wide Turkey Rod Prints, 2s.; Sheetings, Blaukets, Quilts, Couuterpanes5, Printed Furnitures, Moroens, &c. &c.: the latter may he had in various colours at 10jd. NB. Just imported, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto, best quality, all Worsted, of avery Superior text-ure, Mod. to Ss.4d.; with alt kinds of Table Covers, Moreens, lllnlcets, Quilts, Courrerpanes, Imatting, India Hemp Carpeting; and real India Mats,Is.lid. each; aluoansimmen Stock of Baizes and Druggets, in great variety Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index Of Subjects, Q, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    payment to, 168 liveries for, 437 proposed abolition of, 34. petition of, for arrears due in the late reign, 111. Quilts , 290, 317, 336, 413. Quit rents in Jamaica, accounts of, 379, 489 rent roll to be made, 497-498.

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix C No. 39

    4,976 0 0 4,824 10 0 Cotton and Linen mixed - 1,600 5,235 160 1,001 12,842 200 0 0 490 0 0 23 0 0 78 0 0 1,180 0 0 Counterpanes and Bed Quilts No. 1,361 851 176 346 175 38 1,053 0 0 724 0 0 93 0 0 427 0 0 132 0 0 35 5 0 Lace and Patent Net Yds. 64,974

    Index of Subjects, Q, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    Engine. Queen's Watermen (T. Groves, T. Powell), badges for, 469 bills of, 181, 432, 433, 461 liveries for, 194, 475. Quilts , for the officers of the Royal Household, 417. Quit rents , Ireland, 156, 346-7, 348, 450. Jamaica, 196,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 10 May 1660, 10 May 1660-10 May 1660

    Two Cushions; all suitable to the Bed. Two great Quilts or Matresses of Sattin, suitable to the Lining of the Bed. Two thick Fustian Quilts, to lie under the Sattin Quilts; One Down Bolster; One Pair of Fustian Blankets, and

    Index Of Subjects, Q, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    . See Customs Queen's or King's Waiters. Queen's Watermen . See Watermen Royal. Queen's Weigh House . See Weigh House. Quilts calico, 318. for footmen in waiting at St. James's Palace, 572 lodgings at Hampton Court, 318 Queen's service at

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Case of the Qulit-Makers., 1 August 1719

    confume 1 84000 Yards of i^^mm/for or i^en^/? Stuffs, of our own Manu- facture, us'd for the wrong Sides of Quilts, and 138000 Pound of ordinary Wool, which muft otherwife be thrown away, being too fhorc for Spinning, and flit Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1720, 6 April 1720

    the cjty of London, in Behalf of themfelves 1" and many Hundreds of poor Families employed under them in making Quilts for Beds, was prefented to the Houfe, and read ; praying to be heard, by themfelves, before the paffing Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1720, 23 February 1721

    CalJicoes, fo far as relates to " Quilts for Beds only ; or that a Claufe may be inferted " in the faid Bill, to preferve the making Ufe and Wear " of Quilts made of printed, painted, ftained, or Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    great Increase in the Consump¬ tion now, I mean in the Lancashire Markets, for Flannels, Baizes, and Blankets, and Woollen Quilts, Coatings, and for a Description of very thick heavy Cloth used by the Cotton Printers, which will consume Two Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    B rBoys, - - Question on Wool, how it has affected the Wool Trade, - - A g^ \ Bischoff, Quilts, Woollen, Hubbard, - - 322. 323. - 106. 107. - 240. - 75. - 321. 209. 546. 157. 55. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Co-operative production: to the workers of the United Kingdom., 1888

    Elastic Web Manufacturing Lancashire and Yorkshire Pi o. Manufac. Hebden Bridge Fustian Manufacturing Shcepshed Hosiery Manufacturing re S Lin £ Quilts and Table Covers Airedale ( Bradford ) Manufacturing 6 1. :: 1 j 1 i. NorfchamptonsbireProductive,Wollaslon { \ 1 Subscribers-only content

    Brief account of the Labour Association's action in the South Metropolitan gas strike., 1889

    Hosiery, 28, Crofton Street (L.). Do Hinckley Hosiery, New Street (H.). Mats, & c Long Melford Matmaking, Hall Street (L.M.). Quilts and Table Covers. . Eccles Manufacturing, Silk Street (E.). Silk Twist Leek Silk Twist , Park Mills, Ball Heye Subscribers-only content

    Facts from Gweedore, 1887

    Nutmeg, Soda, Meal , Oils, viz., Starch, Woollen and Drapery Goods. Boiled, Mustard, Rug=, Raw , Tobacco of all kinds, Quilts , Sperm, Tobacco Pipes, Sheets, Castor , Servant ' s Friend, Drawers, Ointment, Account Books, Flannels, Paints, viz., Childien Subscribers-only content

    Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878: handbook to the British Indian Section, 1878

    At Moosa near Mocha. .Imports. Purple Cloth [nopfvpa ] , " Made-up apparel in the Arabian fashion," Saffron, Turmeric, Muslins, Quilts , Sashes, Specie, Wine, and Corn. Exports. Myrrh of the choicest quality [o-pvpva IkXekt(kij ] , 2t < xkt^ Subscribers-only content

    Co-operative workshops in Great Britain, 1898, 1898

    and Handkerchiefs; Thibet, Fancy, and Cotton Skirtings and Skirts; Ladies' Costume Cloths, Harris Tweeds , Wool Cloakings, Scarfs, Flannelettes, Bed Quilts , & c. One of the oldest co-operative workshops. This Society was founded in 1862 , being the result Subscribers-only content

 

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