2 edition of letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich textile manufacturer (1751-1763) found in the catalog.
letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich textile manufacturer (1751-1763)
|Statement||edited by Ursula Priestley.|
|Series||Norfolk Record Society -- Vol. 57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
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The letters of Philip Stannard: Norwich textile manufacturer (). [Philip Stannard; Ursula Priestley]. The letters of Philip Stannard: Norwich textile manufacturer (), edited by Ursula Priestley.
John Kelly was the trade agent of Stannard, Taylor and Taxtor, a leading firm of Norwich textiles manufacturers until their bankruptcy in This book is a matching copy (“counterpart”) of a set of pattern cards that John Kelly took with him, inin order to develop the firm’s trade with Spanish merchant houses in Seville, Madrid.
A comparative analysis of business strategies in these regions suggests that the different cultures of credit had important implications for the development of the textile industry during the eighteenth century, shaping the character of the entrepreneurship of each region's merchants and producers.
(Based on information from 'The Letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich Textile Manufacturer () Ursula Priestley (ed.) Norfolk Record Society for, from which short quotes are taken). This leaves a miscellaneous collection of Books & Articles about Norwich and Norfolk, Directories, Newspaper cuttings, Photographs, Family History Guides & Magazines, etc, which has been deposited by members over the past forty years.
They constitute a sizeable reference section in themselves. Last update: Trade, Manufacture, Industry. Aldman, L.-A., En merkantilistisk början: Stockholms textila import – (A Mercantilistic Beginning: The Import of Textiles to Stockholm ), Doktoral Thesis, Uppsala, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, Uppsala Studies in Economic History, ISSN ; 85, The purpose of this thesis is to, from an institutional approach, study.
Jewson, C.B. ed., ‘The account book of the ‘Baptised’ church in the city of Norwich, ’ Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Some notes on the Blomefeld mss. in the Bodleian Library’ Rickard, R.L., ‘Progress notes of Warden Woodward relating to the Norfolk property of New College, Oxford, ’ Millican, P., The freemen of Norwich.
‘The marketing of Norwich stuffs, c’, Textile History, 22(2), Includes an appendix ‘Representative examples of weavers’ stock-in-trade, ’, compiled from probate inventories.
Priestley, U. The Letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich Textile Manufacturer (). Norwich, Norfolk Record Society. Textile Manufacturers' Book-Keeping: For the Counting House, Mill and Warehouse, Being a Practical Treatise, Specially Designed for the Woollen and Worsted and Allied Trades (Classic Reprint) [George Pepler Norton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from Textile Manufacturers' Book-Keeping: For the Counting House, Mill and Warehouse, Author: George Pepler Norton. Obadiah Short (26 July – 15 July ) was an amateur British painter of is associated with the Norwich School of painters, which was the first provincial art movement in wrote a detailed account of his childhood memories and produced accurate paintings of Norwich scenes, both of which have provided historians with a valuable record of the : 26 JulyNorwich.
The letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich textile manufacturer () The autobiography of David Whitehead of Rawtenstall (): cotton spinner and merchant "To do justice to him & myself": Evert Wendell's account book of the fur.
Object Type John Kelly was the agent of a Norwich textiles manufacturer. This book is his 'counter-part', or matching copy, of a pattern book sent to Portugal and Spain, where customers could choose from the numbered samples and have their orders prepared back in.
Priestley, The letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich textile manufacturer () () (Norwich: Norfolk Record Society, ) E.E. Rich (ed.) Hudson's Bay copy booke of letters, commissions, instructions outward, (London: Hudson’s Bay Record Society, ).
By Norwich’s weaving industry had been in decline for some years. Its hand-loom weavers were unable to compete with the steam-powered mills of the north whose better transport and production of popular cotton goods affected the sale of Norfolk’s more traditional worsteds .
Philip Stannard () Priestley, Ursula (ed.). The Letters of Philip Stannard, Norwich Textile Manufacturer ( - [Norwich]: Norfolk Record Society.
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Hi, this implied to me that Christiana's husband Robert Stannard had died at some point between son Philip's birth in and when Christiana had an illegitimate daughter Eliza. Bingo - on family search there are burials of a Robert Stannard at St. Martin in Oak Church, Norwich, Norfolk on 5 September (born ) and 29 August For discussions of the role played by fashion in the Norwich trade see: Priestley, Letters of Philip Stannard, pp, 6–7, 9; U.
Priestley, ‘“The Fabric of Stuffs:” The Norwich Textile Industry, c. –’, Textile History 16 () pp. – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: John Smail.
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