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" Needles are said to have been first made in England by a native of India, in 1545, but the art was lost at his death ; it was, however, recovered by Christopher Greening, in 1560, who was settled with his three children, Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by... "
The book of English trades, and library of the useful arts - Page 270
by Book - 1818 - 444 pages
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The Book of English Trades, and Library of the Useful Arts ...

Industrial arts - 1818 - 442 pages
...shortly after recovered by Christopher Greening, who, with his three children, were settled by Mr. Damcr, ancestor of the present Lord Milton, at Long Crendon,...betweens, and blunts. They are distinguished as Common and IPJiitechapel, from the latter being of better quality, and having^ C cut upon each needle, we apprehend...
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Chronology, or The historian's companion

Thomas Tegg - 1824
...three children, Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Mr. Damer, ancestor of the present earl of Dorchester, at Long Crendon, in Bucks, where the manufactory has been carried on from that time to this present day. Negro adventure, the first to America, by the Spaniards, 1506; the first from England,...
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The American Farmer

John S. Skinner - 1829
...Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Mr. Darner, ancestor of the present earl of Dorchester, at Long Gredon, in Bucks, where the manufactory has been carried on from that time to this present day. MORRIS, ROBERT, born in January 1733—4 OS in Lancashire, arrived in this country...
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The new Tablet of memory; or, Mirror of chronology, history, statistics ...

1838
...Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Mr. Darner, ancestor of the present earl of Dorchester, at Long Grendon, in Bucks, where the manufactory has been carried on from that time to the present day Nervous system (functions of) first discovered, 1792 New Forest in Hampshire, made 1081 New-river...
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The Art of Needle-work, from the Earliest Ages: Including Some Notices of ...

Elizabeth Stone, Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton Wilton (Countess of) - Needlework - 1841 - 405 pages
...Greening, in 1560, who was settled with his three children, Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Mr. Damar, ancestor of the present Lord Milton, at Long Crendon,...has been carried on from that time to the present period.* Thus our readers will remark, that until far on in the sixteenth century, there was not a...
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The art of needle-work, from the earliest ages [by E. Stone] ed. by the ...

Elizabeth Stone - 1841
...Greening, in 1560, who was settled with his three children, Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Mr. Damar, ancestor of the present Lord Milton, at Long Crendon,...has been carried on from that time to the present period.* Thus our readers will remark, that until far on in the sixteenth century, there was not a...
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Encyclopedia of Natural and Artificial Wonders and Curiosities ..., Volume 11

John Platts - Curiosities and wonders - 1876 - 952 pages
...Greening, in 1560, who was settled, with his three children, Elizabeth, John, and Thomas, by Dr. Damar, ancestor of the present Lord Milton, at Long Crendon,...has been carried on from that time to the present day. CURIOSITIES RESPECTING SHOES. — Among the Jews, shqes were made of leather, linen, rush, or...
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