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An essay on the art of dying, adapted to the general Use and Information of all classes of People, though more particularly intended as a seasonable Guide and Monitor, to those who may have goods dyed occasionally: Comprised under Three general Heads; I. A clear and distinct Account of what each Color will take and look best in, or what Changes every Color is liable to undergo in dying and discharging. II. The advantages and disadvantages of certain Colors, with the Reasons. III. A description of Silks and other Goods which look best when dyed, (and are therefore most favorable to the Dyer, and the Expectations of the Owners) with an Account of such as by the Nature of their Manufacture have the contrary Appearance and Effect To which are subjoined; several general remarks on dying, and the Work (which in its design is entirely new and un-attempted by any other Author) is concluded with an useful hint to Dyers. By James Martin, silk-dyer.
- Martin, James, silk-dyer.
A description of the flourishing city of Corke. The second city in the kingdom of Ireland; but the first sea-port for trade. Sacred history requires to do as we wou'd be done by, and to love thy neighbour as thy self. Most humbly inscrib'd to the nobility, clergy, gentry, merchants &c. in the city of Corke, and province of Munster. By Edward Lloyd, citizen of London. Author of the Description of Dublin.
- Lloyd, Edward, silk thrower.
History and progress of the temperance reformation, in Great Britain and other countries of the globe : with statistical and documentary evidence of its beneficial results, and a plea for a Maine law, to enforce the suppression of all traffic in intoxicating drinks
- Buckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855.