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" ... about two-thirds of the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen, worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States, who do not reside in cities, is the product of family manufactures. "
The Monthly magazine - Page 268
by Monthly literary register - 1810
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A Geographical, Historical, Commercial, and Agricultural View of the United ...

Daniel Blowe - Canada - 1820 - 751 pages
...linen of the inhabitants of the United States, who do not reside in seaports, is made in this way. In the eastern and middle states, carding machines,...flying shuttles, are also introduced in many places ; and no less than 2000 foiling mills are in foil occupation. The number of looms exceeds 400,000 ;...
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A System of Geography, Popular and Scientific: Or A Physical, Political, and ...

James Bell - Geography - 1831
...the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table-linen worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States, who do not reside in cities, is the produce of family-manufacture. Mr Mallory estimates the capital invested in the manufacturing of woollen...
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THE WORKS OF RUFUS CHOATE WITH A MEMOIR OF HIS LIFE.

SAMUEL GILMAN BROWN - 1862
...the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States who do not reside in cities, is the product of family manufactures. " The demand of last year was double, of that of 1808, and is still rapidly increasing. " The annual...
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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting ..., Volume 2

James Leander Bishop - Industries - 1864
...cloth, including hosiery, Louse and table linen, used by the inhabitants outside of the cities, was the product of family manufactures. In the Eastern and Middle States, carding machines carried by water were every where established and others were extended southwardly and westwardly....
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The History of Manufactures in the Untied States

1866
...cloth, including hosiery, house and table linen, used by the inhabitants outside of the cities, was the product of family manufactures. In the Eastern and Middle States, carding machines carried by water were every where established and others were extended southwardly and westwardly....
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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860 ..., Volume 2

John Leander Bishop - Industries - 1868
...cloth, including hosiery, house and table linen, used by the inhabitants outside of the cities, was the product of family manufactures. In the Eastern and Middle States, carding machines carried by water were every where established and others were extended southwardly and westwardly....
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The Country Town: A Study of Rural Evolution

Wilbert Lee Anderson - Cities and towns - 1906 - 302 pages
...the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States who do not reside in cities is the product of family manufactures."1 The census of 1810 attempted to gather full statistics of manufactures, and the data...
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Selections from the Economic History of the United States, 1765-1860: With ...

Guy Stevens Callender - United States - 1909 - 819 pages
...the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen, worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States, who do not reside in cities,...flying shuttles, are also introduced in many places ; and as many fulling mills are erected as are required for finishing all the cloth which is woven...
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Readings in the Economic History of the United States

Ernest Ludlow Bogart, Charles Manfred Thompson - Economics - 1916 - 862 pages
...probable that about twothirds of the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen, worn and used by the inhabitant of the United States,...flying shuttles, are also introduced in many places; and as many fulling mills are erected as are required for finishing all the cloth which is woven in...
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Rural Economy in New England at the Beginning of the Nineteenth ..., Volume 20

Percy Wells Bidwell - Agriculture - 1916 - 399 pages
...the clothing, including hosiery, and of the house and table linen, worn and used by the inhabitants of the United States, who do not reside in cities, is the product of family manufactures."3 More significant than these statements, however, because applying specifically to New...
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