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The Years Before Templeton ii
The Birth of the Firm
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Axminster carpets became blankets bought British Brussels and Wilton Brussels carpeting Brussels looms building carpet factory carpet manufacture centre Chenille Axminster cloth Co-partnery colour cotton warps Crownpoint Road Crystal Palace cut pile D. H. L. Young Duke Duke of Kent employees erected Exhibition F. H. Young fabric Factory Savings Bank firm's founder girls Glasgow hand looms hand-tufted Jacquard method James Templeton John John Lyle Jute Kerr Street factory Kidder carpeting Kidderminster Kilmarnock King later Macfarlane Bros minster organisation original Paisley Palace partners partnership patent Peter Reid power loom Prince Consort Quiglay retiral River Clyde rugs Scot Scotland seamless carpets shawls side silk started Templeton carpets Templeton Club Templeton factories Templeton firm Templeton Street Templetonians tion Tomkinson & Adam trade warehouse warp threads weavers weaving weft Whytock wide looms width William Adam wire wool woollen yarn workers worsted woven yarn