It was the headquarters of invention and manufacturing
How much is Harper and Ladue givin' you for manufacturing
If I could be sure beforehand that these pages would only be read by persons actually occupied in the making of love--that oldest and longest-established of all branches of manufacturing
industry--I could go into some very tender and interesting particulars on the subject of my first day's fishing, under the adorable auspices of Alicia.
Ezekiel Thrifft, a minister of the gospel, now in the service of the great manufacturing
firm of Skinn & Sheer.
interests of all nations would joyfully unite against that evil genius of theirs called leakage.
Before the accession of Queen Victoria the 'industrial revolution,' the vast development of manufacturing
made possible in the latter part of the eighteenth century by the introduction of coal and the steam engine, had rendered England the richest nation in the world, and the movement continued with steadily accelerating momentum throughout the period.
I received a letter from Evelyn Howard a couple of days after her departure, telling me she was working as a nurse at the big hospital in Middlingham, a manufacturing
town some fifteen miles away, and begging me to let her know if Mrs.
If you ask why Larsan bought the cane, if he had no intention of manufacturing
evidence against Darzac by means of it, the answer is quite simple.
Oh, I stayed in Germany, in Prussia, in France, and in England-- not in the capitals, but in the manufacturing
towns, and saw a great deal that was new to me.
Although only just of age - for if my recollection serve me, it has been a manufacturing town barely one-and-twenty years - Lowell is a large, populous, thriving place.
I may add that I am well acquainted with our manufacturing towns in England, and have visited many mills in Manchester and elsewhere in the same manner.
Many of the circumstances whose strong influence has been at work for years in our manufacturing towns have not arisen here; and there is no manufacturing population in Lowell, so to speak: for these girls (often the daughters of small farmers) come from other States, remain a few years in the mills, and then go home for good.