2 edition of Early paper making near Edinburgh. found in the catalog.
Early paper making near Edinburgh.
Written in English
Extracted from The Book of the Old Edinburgh Club, Vol.25 1946.
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The first reference to a papermill in the United Kingdom was in a book printed by Wynken de Worde in aboutthis mill belonging to John Tate and was near Hertford. Other early mills included one at Dartford, owned by Sir John Speilman, who was granted special privileges for the collection of rags by Queen Elizabeth and one built in.
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Incorrect Book The list contains an. An Edinburgh and Lothians' perspective on news, sport, what's on, lifestyle and more, from Scotland's capital city paper, the Edinburgh Evening News. Clyde Paper Company Ltd, Rutherglen, – Glasgow City Archives, Mitchell Library, Glasgow ref: TD Craigmarloch Paper Co Ltd, Kilsyth, – Held privately National Register of Archives for Scotland: ref Culter Paper Mill, – Edinburgh Paper Studio.
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Staff were lovely and cooking facilities great. Only problem (a rather large one) was the music from a pub below going on to the early hours/JOHN Tate, a 'citizen and mercer of London', is considered to be England's first paper-maker. Paper made at his mill in Hertfordshire was used by Wynkyn de Worde to print an English edition of Anglicus Bartholomaeus' book De Proprietatibus Rerum in A paper industry, however, did not emerge until the end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the seventeenth centuries.