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ALBION MILL, Lambeth
Albion Mills. The proprietors of the Albion Mill knowing from whence and from what description of persons the many invidious paragraphs and malicious insinuations against their conduct have originated; ...
[London], [1791].
3, [1] p. ; 23.6 cm. (4º)

Drop-head title. Includes a table. Demonstrating that the operations of the Albion Mill have lowered the price of flour. ESTC records a variant with docket title reading 'Albion Mill State Of Facts', and title 'Albion Mill'. The Albion Mill in Hercules Road, Lambeth (where William Blake moved to no. 13 Hercules Buildings in 1790) was the first large automated flour mill in the country, but it burnt down in 1791 having recently formed the setting for Robert and Henry Aston Barker's panorama London from the roof of the Albion Mills, published in 1792--93. ESTC t85950.

Copy Notes Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Later C19th half green binder's cloth, marbled-paper boards.

Reference Number 4907


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