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Besides their cloths, however, they work up a considerable quantity of camblets, callimancoes, and baizes, chiefly red and spotted, for domestic consumption.
They settled in different parts of England, and introduced and promoted the manufacture of baizes, serges, crapes, &c.
Flannels and baizes are the principal woollen articles made in and near Halifax, together with cloth for the use of the army.
"No; I ordered a dozen new baizes at that time, but I do not remember who they were for."
They fabricate in tliis province much cloth of the coiintrv, such as broad cloths, baizes, and forges.
The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West Indies : containing an entire translation of the Spanish work of Colonel Don Antonio de Alcedo...with large additions and compilations from modern voyages and travels, and from original and authentic information
Cloths manufaftured from the above wool are fix quar - ters broad duffles; fix quarter broad blue milled cloths, at from 4S. to 10%. per yard; three quarters to yard broad leys, iarges, Ihafts, plaidings, baizes, linfey woolfeys, jefl« mies, and ftripped apron ftufts.
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