The Rise and Fall of the Spinning Jenny

Open the link below for the online version of John Styles’ article, ‘The Rise and Fall of the Spinning Jenny: Domestic Mechanisation in Eighteenth-Century Cotton Spinning’, Textile History, 51 (2020), pp. 1-42.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00404969.2020.1812472

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9 Responses to The Rise and Fall of the Spinning Jenny

  1. Businesscrj says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  2. Flashpaqohp says:

    mostly in monasteries.

  3. Visionldz says:

    multiplies (see also article

  4. BlackVuevnd says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  5. Mojavekek says:

    secular brotherhoods of scribes.

  6. Fenderezu says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  7. Airbladelbe says:

    new texts were rewritten

  8. Infraredxxp says:

    One of the most skilled calligraphers

  9. Telecastervnt says:

    which is carried out by the printing

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