Power in the Industrial Revolution

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Manchester University Press, 1970 - Cotton machinery - 274 pages
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Contents

The Drawboy Loom page
25
Paul and Wyatt Spinning Frame from 1758 patent
34
Pauls first Carding Engine 1748
42
Paul and Wyatt detail of spindle and cylinders from 1758 patent
44
Paul and Wyatt sketches of spindle flyer and cylinder
45
Arkwrights Spinning Machine 1769
61
Highs Roller Spinning Frame general layout
64
Highs Roller Spinning Frame details of rollers and spindles
65
Dr Falcks Doublecylinder Atmospheric Engine
146
F Thompsons Doublecylinder Atmospheric Engine
147
Singleacting Atmospheric Engine
150
Boulton and Watt Doubleacting Engine
152
Boulton and Watt Sun and Planet Engines built for textile mills 17851800
160
Steam engine governor
175
Haystack boiler
178
Boulton and Watt valve gear
201

Pauls second Carding Engine
75
Bourns Carding Engine
76
Crank and Comb Arkwrights patent 1775
80
Details of Roving Frames from Arkwrights 1775 patent
83
VH The HallithWood Wheel
116
Rotative Steam Engines
134
Savery Engine and Waterwheel
138
J Watts Parallel Motion
143
Weaving by Power
208
R Gortons PowerLoom
212
E Cartwrights second PowerLoom
215
Old Wiper Loom front view
222
Old Wiper Loom end view
223
Horrocks Crank Loom
225
This Vast Aggregate of Inventions
230
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