Alexander Lamb petition, 1825.
1 item (1 leaf)
Textile industry -- Great Britain.
Patents -- Great Britain.
Great Britain -- History -- George IV, 1820-1830.
Manuscripts, English -- 19th century.
- Petition from Alexander Lamb, a banker of London, and William Suttill, a flax spinner of Middlesex, requesting a royal patent from George IV for the use in Ireland of their improvements in machinery for preparing, drawing, roving, and spinning flax, hemp, and waste silk. A note on the verso dated 23 September 1825 records transfer of the petition to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland for his consideration.
- Local notes:
- Lawrence J. Schoenberg & Barbara Brizdle Manuscript Initiative.
- Penn Provenance:
- Formerly owned by Hans Peter Kraus, as part of ms. 836.
Formerly owned by John D. Stanitz (Cleveland, Ohio), as part of Ms. 11.
Acquired by Lawrence J. Schoenberg with other Stanitz manuscripts, Sept. 1997.
Deposit by Lawrence J. Schoenberg and Barbara Brizdle, 2012.
Gift of Barbara Brizdle Schoenberg, 2016.
- Cited as:
- UPenn LJS 180.
- Suttill, William.
George IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830, recipient.
Kraus, Hans Peter, 1907-1988, former owner.
Stanitz, John D., former owner.
Schoenberg, Lawrence J., former owner.
- Contained In:
- Industrial History Letters and Documents. Item 12
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