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history of the English woollen and worsted industries.

E. Lipson

history of the English woollen and worsted industries.

by E. Lipson

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The History of the Woollen and Worsted Industries by E. Lipson The Business of Farming by William C. Smith Notes on the Industries of the United Provinces by Atul Chandra Chatterjee. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH WOOLLEN INDUSTRY. I. 'THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE GUILD SYSTEM. The history of English wool and cloth has a two-fold interest: it explains the origin of the wealth of England, and it illustrates, with peculiar clearness,-the development of industry. In the latter middle ages wool was the one important article of export.

employer’, declared Ephraim Lipson in his history of the woollen and worsted industries, ‘the most serious defect of the domestic [i.e. putting-out] system was the embezzlement of the raw material’.1 In the s Stephen Margolin went further, famously insisting that the chief incentive for employers to shift to centralised factory. The Yorkshire Woollen And Worsted Industries: From The Earliest Times Up To The Industrial Revolution. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp Journal.

The history of textiles in England started from home-based family production of necessary wool and linen materials. Families then contracted with merchants as outworkers to perform a part of the process, such as example spinning or weaving, but any machinery was run by human effort. Silk and cotton were introduced at this stage in the development of the industry.   Not quite! In brief, worsted and woolen are different types of wool (long staple vs short staple), prepared in different ways, resulting in a different look and feel. Under magnification, worsted yarns look smooth with long fibres, and woolen yarns are much hairier, with lots of .


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The History of the Woollen and Worsted Industries: [Ephraim Lipson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hardcover reprint of the original edition - beautifully bound in brown cloth covers featuring titles stamped in gold. The history of the woollen and worsted industries [Ephraim Lipson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Woolen and worsted manufacture, Wool industry Publisher London, A. & C. Black, ltd. Collection cornell; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Cornell University Library Contributor usage rights See terms Language English.

The history of the woollen and worsted industries by Lipson, E. (Ephraim), Pages:   Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The woollen and worsted industries by Clapham, J. (John Harold), Publication date [] Topics Wool industry, Wool industry -- Great Britain, Woolen and worsted manufacture Publisher London Pages: Accompanying " A History of the Eng Woollen and IVorsi^d Industries" by E.

Lijson, published by A, and C. Black Ltd. London. THE HISTORY OF THE WOOLLEN AND WORSTED INDUSTRIES BY E. LJPSON, M.A. NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD AUTHOR OF "THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND," AND "EUROPE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY" Inter reipublicae nostrse columina.

History of the Worsted Manufacture in England. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. The Yorkshire woollen and worsted industries, from the earliest times up to the industrial revolution by Heaton, Herbert, Pages: Highlights from the History of the Woolen Industry in Yorkshire Weaving with wool has a long history in England.

The Romans had weaving shops at Winchester where they manufactured clothing for the army. There are indications that the English were involved in cloth making as early as the reign of the Saxon King, Alfred (). In relation to the thinner 1ply yarns Woollen Spun has a crisper feel, whereas the Worsted Spun has more drape and softness.

In this photo below you can see the 1ply Supreme (worsted) on the left has more of a halo whereas the 1ply Cobweb (woollen) on the right has better stitch definition – it almost feels like cotton although it is % wool.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lipson, E. (Ephraim), History of the woollen and worsted industries. London: A. & C. Black, Worsted is a high-quality type of wool yarn, the fabric made from this yarn, and a yarn weight category.

The name derives from Worstead, a village in the English county of Norfolk. That village, together with North Walsham and Aylsham, formed a manufacturing centre for yarn and cloth in the 12th century, when pasture enclosure and Liming rendered the East Anglian soil too rich for the older agrarian sheep.

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woollen industry. This responded early to the possibilities presented by water power, and the fulling mill, introduced in the late 12th cent., spread widely thereafter, although hand-finishing of cloth survived in remote rural societies until the 19th cent.

Distaff spinning was replaced by the wheel in the 14th cent., and the loom was improved constantly to help weaving productivity.

Woolen and worsted manufacture. Here are entered works on the technical processing of wool. Works on the economic aspects of woolen goods are entered under Woolen goods industry. Works on the industry based on raw wool are entered under Wool industry. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.

Narrower terms. The fuller (one of the worst jobs in history) played an important part in the production of wool by treating it with urine. The wool was placed in a barrel of stale urine and the fuller spent all day trampling on the wool to produce softer cloth: In medieval England, wool became big business.

From the Collection of National Wool Museum 26 Moorabool Street Geelong Victoria. Object Registration Keywords wool processing woollen mills - history, bradford art galleries and museums, cloth - woollen, cloth - worsted, wool processing, woollen mills - history.

Wool is part of Britain's history and heritage, more so than any other commodity ever produced in these islands. It was woven into cloth here in the Bronze Age which began about BC. But in historical terms this is comparatively recent.

Elsewhere in the world, primitive man had domesticated the sheep in 10 BC. sheep breeding shearing wool marketing wool - history woolclassing wool - chemistry, cloth - woollen, cloth - worsted, yarn - woollen, yarn - worsted, sheep breeding, shearing, wool marketing, wool - history, woolclassing, wool - chemistry Historical information "Wool - the raw material of the woolen and worsted industries" -S H Hart, Worsted - v - Woolens.

April Scotland makes Woollens, England makes Worsteds - more or less. According to the " Century Dictionary" Worsted " is a variety of woollen yarn or thread spun from long stapled wool which has been combed and, in the spinning, has been twisted harder than is usual.

Woolen (American English) or woollen (Commonwealth English) is a type of yarn made from carded yarn is soft, light, stretchy, and full of air. It is thus a good insulator, and makes a good knitting yarn. Woolen yarn is in contrast to worsted yarn, in which the fibers are combed to lie parallel rather than carded, producing a hard, strong yarn.

Roslyn Woollen Mill, Dunedin () A major secondary industry. Woollen milling was one of our first large secondary industries. Arthur Burns opened the first mill at Mosgiel in and others followed, especially along the east coast of the South Island. Dunedin city had two mills.A Comprehensive History of the Woollen and Worsted Manufacturers.

[James Bischoff] -- First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.