Reminiscences of the Paris Industrial Exhibition No. 5

1855 Scientific American  
COTTON MANUFACTUREs-This branch oftexgoods. Many of our patterns are copied from iveness of two or more of the ordinary plan tile manufactures is the ost extensive in the the French, but somehow they are not 80 well ing machines. It turns out superior work. world, and employs the largest amount of capexecuted. Has the Anglo-Saxon race a natu-Price $1000. A very clear description and il ital. The goods produced from cotton are ral vulgar taste for fl aring, ill-arranged colors 1 lustrlttion of
more » ... s construction was published re beautiful, cheap, and of great diversity.-! It really appeared so to us in comparing the cently in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Patented America is the great cotton farm of Europe, I ' English with French prints. There was t . he'
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