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Kettering worsted industry of the eighteenth century.
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The Northamptonshire worsted trade began in the late seventeenth century. The Militia Lists of and onwards list a number of freeholders engaged in the industry in the market town of Kettering. The establishment of the trade is attributed to the local supply of the long – staple wool that was necessary for worsted cloth production.
worsted industry in Thus, while any eighteenth century statistics 7 must be treated with considerable caution, they do suggest a not-insignificant industry. At the same time, at least in the early years of the Kettering industry, Yorkshire was not a serious rival in worsteds, 8 since it was largely concerned with the woollen Size: 2MB.
The Kettering worsted industry of the eighteenth century, Northamptonshire Past and Present, 4,5, /71 Margaret Spufford, The great reclothing of rural England: petty chapmen and their wares in the seventeenth century (London, ().Author: Wendy Raybould.
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Market Culture and Popular Protest in Eighteenth-Century Britain and Ireland. Adrian Randall. 30 Apr Paperback. unavailable. Kettering Worsted Industry of the Eighteenth Century. Adrian Randall. 01 Nov went into industrial decline sometime in the second half of the eighteenth century.
This de-industrialization was a result of the shift of the worsted textile trade to the West Riding of Yorkshire. Unlike other southern counties, Northamptonshire later industrialized through the growth of shoe manufacturing.
This distinctiveness offers the. The Kettering Worsted Industry of the 18th Century. Adrian Randal. Reprint from Northamptonshire Past and Present Vol. IV, Nos.
5 & 6. Price £1. yes: Justices of the Peace in Northamptonshire R.W. Shorthouse. Reprinted from Northamptonshire Past and Present Vol. Full text of "The history of the woollen and worsted industries" See other formats. Cambridge Core - European History after - The Cambridge Economic History of Europe - edited by Peter Mathias.
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(eds) Seven Centuries of Author: Craig Muldrew, Steven King. Full text of "History of the worsted manufacture in England, from the earliest times; with introductory notices of the manufacture among the ancient nations, and during the middle ages" See other formats.
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