¶ Haigh — Dyer’s assistant (1787)

April 7, 2014

18th cent.

Haigh, James, trans. The dyer’s assistant in the art of dying wool and woollen goods, extracted from the philosophical and chymical works of those most eminent authors, Ferguson, Dufay, Hellot, Geoffery, Colbert, and that reputable French dyer Mons. de Julienne. York: printed by Crask and Lund for R. Baldwin, London, and R. Spence, York, 1787.

Haigh was a “late silk and muslin dyer, Leeds.”

Provenance: Morris. — Richard Bennett. — Sotheby 1898, lot 46 (part; sold to Henry Wellcome for £1 8s.). — Henry Wellcome. — Wellcome Library (Closed stores EPB / B  27224/B).

References: ESTC (T124853). — MS catalogue (2), no. 607.

Digital versions: ECCO. — Internet Archive (Morris copy).

Sotheby 1898:


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