The book of trades, or, Familiar descriptions of the most useful trades, manufactures, and arts practised in England : and the manner in which the workmen perform their various employments : embellished with eighteen neat illustrative engravings on wood

  • ca. 1800-ca. 1829
London: A.K. Newman
  • Description based on copy with inscription dated 1829.

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Other title
Familiar descriptions of the most useful trades, manufactures, and arts practised in England
Date
ca. 1800-ca. 1829
Publisher
London: A.K. Newman
Language
English
Description of Original
90 p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
For Staff
METS

Available Contents

  1. [Cover]
  2. [Title Page]
  3. The apothecary.
  4. The auctioneer.
  5. The book-binder.
  6. The bleacher.
  7. The blacksmith.
  8. The baker.
  9. The bricklayer.
  10. The butcher.
  11. The brewer.
  12. The brush-maker.
  13. The basket maker.
  14. The button maker.
  15. The cabinet-maker.
  16. The calico printer.
  17. The carpenter.
  18. The chemist and druggist.
  19. The confectioner.
  20. The comb-maker.
  21. The cooper.
  22. The cork-cutter.
  23. The coach-maker.
  24. The copperplate printer.
  25. The cutler.
  26. The currier.
  27. The dyer.
  28. The engraver.
  29. The fishmonger.
  30. The gun-maker.
  31. The glass-blower.
  32. The hair cutter.
  33. The gold-beater.
  34. The hatter.
  35. The iron founder.
  36. The jeweller.
  37. The looking-glass maker.
  38. The pewterer.
  39. The paper-maker.
  40. The painter.
  41. The plumber and glazier.
  42. The potter.
  43. The letter-press printer.
  44. The pin-maker.
  45. The press and manglemaker.
  46. The ropemaker.
  47. The shipwright.
  48. The shoe-maker.
  49. The stone-mason.
  50. The tailor.
  51. The tallow-chandler.
  52. The tinman.
  53. The turner.
  54. The watch-maker.
  55. The weaver.
  56. The wheelwright
  57. [Cover]