Considerable difficulty was then experienced in the sale of goods suspected to have Jute in them, without a warranty that ... It must not be forgotten that, even at this late period, Flax spinning by power was comparatively in its infancy, and that efforts were then making to perfect it. ... to spin it into yarn, and the bulk was ultimately disposed of for the purpose of being made into door mats and such articles.
|Title||:||The Linen Trade, ancient and modern|
|Author||:||Alexander J. WARDEN|