Cotton manufacture c An adult hand with a boy assistant forming cotton into laps so that it could be put into the carding machine in a uniform amounts In the foreground are baskets of cotton that had been through the gin to remove seeds and separate fibres On the right at the back of the bench there is a balance for weighing cotton Under the bench are laps ready for carding From The Useful Arts and Manufactures of Great Britain by Charles Tomlinson London c
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