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" Manufacture, and I myself have seen Serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make Serge, they will, in time, make coarse Cloth, and then fine ; we have as good fullers... "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Page 275
by United States. Congress. House - 1863
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Transactions of the Albany Institute, Volume 10

Albany Institute - Albany (N.Y.) - 1883
...woolen manufactures, and I myself have seen serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make serge, they will in time make coarse cloth and then fine. The consequence will be that if once they can see that they can clothe themselves, not only comfortably...
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Report of the Secretary of Agriculture ...

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1862
...than two years. In 1656 the selectmen were by special act required to enforce the duty of spinning upon every family not otherwise employed, and "assess"...of Peru, and of which, its exportation prohibited, Dodsworih could declare — "Oil-imbibing earth, The fuller's mill assisting, sate defies All foreign...
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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860..: Comprising ..., Volume 1

John Leander Bishop - Industries - 1861
...woollen Manufacture, and I myself have seen Serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make Serge, they will, in time, make coarse Cloth, and then fine ; we have as good fullers' earth and tobacco pipe clay in this province as any in the world ;' how far this will be for...
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A History of American Manufactures, from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting ..., Volume 1

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1864
...woollen Manufacture, and I myself have seen Serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make Serge, they will, in time, make coarse Cloth, and then fine ; we have as good fullers' earth and tobacco pipe clay in this province as any in the world ;' how far this will be for...
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A History of American Mannfactores from 1608 to 1860

1866
...woollen Manufacture, and I myself have seen Serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make Serge, they will, in time, make coarse Cloth, and then fine ; we have as good fullers' earth and tobacco pipe clay in this province as any in the world ;J how far this will be for...
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American Enterprise: Burley's United States Centennial Gazetteer and Guide ...

Sylvester W. Burley - Centennial Exhibition - 1876 - 882 pages
...province of New York, says : " I myself have seen serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make serge, they will in time make coarse cloth, and then fine. How far this will be for the service of England, I submit to better judgments." He does not, however,...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...woollen manufacture, and I myself have seen serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now if they begin to make serge, they will, in time, make...and then fine ; we have as good fuller's earth and tobacco pipe clay in this province as any in the world; how far this will be for the service of England...
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Special Report on the History and Present Condition of the Sheep Industry of ...

United States. Bureau of Animal Industry - Sheep - 1892 - 1000 pages
...and I myself have seen serge made upon Long Island that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to mate serge they will, in time, make coarse cloth and then fine; we bare as good fuller's earth and tobacco-pipe clay in this province as any in the ••»»rld; how...
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The Textile Industries of the United States: Including Sketches ..., Volume 1

William R. Bagnall - Industrialists - 1893 - 613 pages
...woolen manufacture, and I myself have seen serge, made upon Long Island, that any man may wear. Now, if they begin to make serge, they will, in time, make coarse cloth aud then fine. How far this will be for the service of England, I submit to better judgments ; but,...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Labor, Issue 2, Part 2

New York (State). Dept. of Labor - Arbitration, Industrial - 1904
...colonists had begun to make serge they would in time make coarse cloth and then fine. " For," he added, " we have as good fuller's earth and tobacco-pipe clay in this province as any in the world." Even at that early date it was asserted that nearly three-fourths of the linen and woolen used in the...
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