The illustrated exhibitor: a tribute to the world's industrial jubilee — London, 1851

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PATENT PRINTED VELVET PILE CARPET;—MESSRS. BRIGHT AND CO., MANCHESTER.

What are generally called a Manchester goods'5 consist of
carpets, materials in woollen and worsted} printed cottony
damasks, dyed and printed fabrics, either \vroven* felted,
or laid. At some few of these we purpose glancing,
though want of space altogether precludes our entering at

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large on the objects exhibited in Classes XTI
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The carpets exhibited by Messrs. Bright arid Co., of
Manchester, differ from the ordinary Brussels carpets, in
the fact that the pattern is produced by printing, after the

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