A Brief State of the Question, Between the Printed and Painted Callicoes: And the Woollen and Silk Manufacture, as Far as it Relates to the Wearing and Using of Printed and Painted Callicoes in Great-Britain, Volume 1
W. Boreham, 1719 - 48 pages
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