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Some notes on papermaking in Cumbria
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"Exploring Cumbrian History" would seem to be the next natural step in the "Exploring Series" of books. It means that the whole of the very north of England is covered. Cumbria is a large county formed from the old counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, part of North Lancashire and part of North Yorkshire.5/5(3). CUMBRIA PAST. Cumbria Past is the website of The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. The society was founded in with its charitable purpose being the advancement of education and culture in the fields of the arts, heritage and science in the ancient counties of Cumberland and g: papermaking.
This book was originally printed in , and reprinted in paperback in Sounds odd, but not much changes in the field of hand made papermaking. This book is for those who want to create handmade paper for printing or drawing, and goes quite a bit further than some of the 'crafty' scrapbooking publications I have run into/5(9). Books set in Cumbria, England: [The Warrior Heir, Believing the Lie, The Woodcutter, Appleby Farm, The Lost Garden, Triskelion, Hot Under th.
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Grass for Papermaking (PH 26, March ); C. Maidwell, Some Notes on Paper making in County Durham (PH 47, July ); John Gavin, Some Notes on Paper making in Cumbria, with map (PH 51, June ); C. Maidwell, Some Notes on Papermaking in Northumberland, with an Appendix on Haughton Mill (PH 52, De.
J.H.A. Gavin, Papermaking & Printing in Cumbria MPhil thesis (not a Ph.D) University of Some notes on papermaking in Cumbria book () J. Gavin Some Notes on Papermaking in Cumbria (History of the Book Trade in the North, June ) Papermaking in Westmoreland(IPH Yearbook 7, pp).
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Disclaimer Please Note: This guide has been written in the style of a report. Thereafter the rest of the book is devoted to tracing the history of the family connection with papermaking from the seventeenth century. £ PRENDERGAST, Hew D.V.
PAPYRUS, PAPER AND PAPERMAKING: a view of Kew's economic botany collections. There were four 17th-century paper mills in Cumbria – an indication of enterprise in an area regarded as remote and backward. Cark Mill c is of note as one of only nine known in England at that time. The mills, probably all ‘brown’ mills, would have manufactured commercial wrappings and mill-board.
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For permission to reproduce please contact Ann Jones, University Archivist. Papermaking was established in Britain in the late fifteenth century. The earliest know English document written on paper is dated However, paper was not to be made in England until over years later.
The first recorded paper mill in the United Kingdom was Sele Mill near Hertford owned by John Tate. Founded aroundthis mill was visited by King Henry VII some 10 years later and a report of it was printed by Wynken de Worde. For some papers this is not a problem. For hygienic papers that would be a disaster.
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A Cumbrian Dictionary of Dialect, Tradition and Folklore by William Rollinson exists, as well as a more contemporary and lighthearted Cumbrian Dictionary and Phrase g: papermaking.The definitive study on papermaking in Cumberland and Westmorland by the acknowledged expert in his field. The book contains a detailed and exceptionally well-documented description of both regional and national economic, industrial and social history, and will become an essential reference for any interested in development of both the paper.