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history of the worsted trade, and historic sketch of Bradford

Edward Collinson

history of the worsted trade, and historic sketch of Bradford

by Edward Collinson

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Published by J. Watson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Edward Collinson.
The Physical Object
Pagination206p. :
Number of Pages206
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18939341M

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The development of worsted manufacture increased the number of mills in the town. By Bradford was responsible for 25% of the West Riding's production of worsted and the town became known as Worstedopolis. The introduction of the steam engine to drive machinery increased the number of mills in Bradford. Perhaps this is why it is said that the wool trade started the middle-class / working-class divide in England. Successive monarchs taxed the wool trade heavily. King Edward I was the first. As the wool trade was so successful, he felt he could make some royal revenue to fund his military endeavours by slapping heavy taxes on the export of wool.

Bradford in 50 Buildings explores the history of this vibrant city through a selection of its greatest architectural treasures. From the magnificent City Hall, which opened in to the design of the talented Lockwood & Mawson, to the impressive and hugely popular National Science and Media Museum, this unique study celebrates Bradford's. A Little Bit of History trivia here for you. When my Facebook page AAB reached just over likes This is just about the same as the population of Bradford In just before the Industrial Revolution. It boasted having 5 mills. Get this! In just 10 Years in , it had risen to and 20 mills.


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"Historic Sketch of the Town of Bradford". History of the Worsted Trade, and Historic Sketch of Bradford. London: J. Watson. George Samuel And historic sketch of Bradford book (), "Bradford", Official Illustrated Guide to the Great Northern Railway, London: Griffin, Bohn, OCLC ; White's Bradford Directory.

Get this from a library. Worstedopolis. A sketch history of the town and trade of Bradford, the metropolis of the worsted industry. [William Cudworth, of Bradford Eng.; Bradford. At the turn of the 19th Century, Bradford was a small rural market town of 16, people, where wool spinning and cloth weaving was carried out in local cottages and farms.

By there were 38 worsted mills in Bradford town and 70 in the borough and it was estimated that two-thirds of the country's wool production was processed in Bradford. Get this from a library. Worstedopolis: a sketch history of the town and trade of Bradford, the metropolis of the worsted industry.

[William Cudworth, of Bradford England.; Bradford. The Industrial History of Bradford. by Paul Chrystal. This was a water-powered worsted mill that was established around The main building is a two-storey, eight-bay mill that is largely from c. but incorporates the remains of an early mill in the area of the wheelhouse.

‘Historic England: Bradford’ by Paul Chrystal is. Many of the photographs of Bradford in The Francis Frith Collection were taken in the s and 90s. It was a time when Bradford was the centre of the and historic sketch of Bradford book and worsted industry not only in this country, but throughout the world.

However, the city's manufacturers were suffering from the effects of import tariffs imposed by a number of European countries - and there was worse to come. Part of the Studies in Gender History book series (SGH) Abstract When Daniel Defoe toured the West Riding of Yorkshire in the late eighteenth century, he paid little attention to the village of Bradford, though he noted the impact of the worsted trade upon the Yorkshire countryside, where the cottages dotted the hillsides.

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Round about Bradford By William Cudworth,Google Book The Burnleys have been in the worsted trade for four generations. As early as the business was carried on by William Brunley; in by William Brunely & Sons, and afterwards by James Burnely and his sons Thomas and William.

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Through detailed re-assessment of the historic record, the. At the turn of the 19th century, Bradford was a small, rural market town of 16, people, where wool spinning and cloth weaving was carried out in local cottages and farms.

By there were 38 worsted mills in Bradford town and 70 in the borough and it was estimated that two thirds of the country's wool production was processed in Bradford. Trade Directory Ltd. Bradford, Leeds, Halifax, Huddersfield & District Barrett City of Leeds Directory Leeds only Chambers Trades Register of West Yorkshire Kelly Directory of Bradford YQ BRA Barrett Kingston Upon Hull Directory Y HUL Barrett City of Leeds Directory Leeds onlyBook Store.

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The Piece Hall is opened by such notable leaders of the trade as Hustler and Garnett. Book of words Historical Pageant of Bradford: The Living Story of Bradford’s Glory In this little booklet we have sought to give a compressed yet valuable sketch of the real history of Bradford and the surrounding area during the rise of the woollen.

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