Silk industry -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : A very considerable and lamentable petition, delivered to the honourable House of Commons, February the 12th. 1641 : To the honourable the knights, citizens and burgesses, of the House of Commons assembled in Parliament. / The humble petition of the master, wardens, and commonalty of the mistery or trade of the Silk Throsters of London..
Silk industry -- France -- History. : Recherches sur le commerce, la fabrication et l'usage des étoffes de soie, d'or et d'argent et autres tissus précieux en Occident, principalement en France, pendant le Moyen Age / par Francisque-Michel.
Silk industry -- Great Britain -- Fraud -- Early works to 1800. : An Act for repealing the present duties on wine lees, and lignum vit젡nd laying new duties on wine lees : and for prohibiting the importation of wine in flasks, bottles, or small casks; and for preventing frauds in exporting silk manufactures, and for supplying the want of regular certificates of such manufactures being landed in foreign parts, where such certificates cannot be had; and for giving further time to clerks and apprentices, to pay duties omitted to be paid for their indentures and contracts.
Silk industry -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century. : A brief answer to a brief state of the question : between the printed and painted callicoes, and the woollen and silk manufactures: As far as it relates To the Wearing and Using Printed and Painted Callicoes in Great-Britain. Written by Mr. Asgill. The Second Edition. With an Appendix upon the Spinster.
Silk industry -- India. : Reports and documents connected with the proceedings of the East-India Company in regard to the culture and manufacture of cotton-wool, raw silk, and indigo in India.
Silk industry -- India -- Bengal -- Early works to 1800. : Mr. Williamson's address to the Court of Directors, together with his Proposals to them for improving and increasing the manufactures of silk in Bengal, so as to preclude the necessity of importing raw silk into England, from Italy, Turky, &c....
Silk industry -- Ireland -- Early works to 1800. : The Weavers address to the citizens of Dublin : Or, Dean Swift's advice to the good people of Ireland; together with his apparition, occasioned by the importation of wrought silks from France.