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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 Excerpt: ... to market, and for detecting and punishing frauds in the manufacture and making up of linen cloth and yarn, and in the preparation and manner of exposing flax for sale; (2) that such parts of the act of 1825 as relate to the foregoing resolution ought to be retained or re-enacted as law, together with such additions as may be deemed necessary for the protection of the trade." An act was accordingly passed by which the Linen Board was dissolved; the brown sealmasters were retained, and provision was made for the appointment by the Lord Lieutenant of county committees of twelve for their regulation and direction. The linen and yarn halls were vested in the Lord Lieutenant with power to lease them to factors in the linen, yarn, and cotton trades. These provisions for the regulation of the trade were declared to continue only for three years. They were however continued by subsequent statutes until 1842, when they were allowed to lapse, principally on account of the strong report presented to the Handloom Weavers Commission by Mr. Muggeridge, who stated that the sealmaster system had been the subject of constant abuse.1 The second great revolution which the Irish linen industry underwent in the decade 1820-80 was the change of the processes employed. The introduction of improved methods of production in the linen industry was hastened by the growing public taste for cotton fabrics, which threatened ultimately to annihilate altogether the demand for linen goods. "When in process of time the unprecedented growth and rivalry of the cotton manufacture forced down still lower the prices of linen, it became obvious that cheaper production was essential, not alone to the permanency, but to the prolonged existence of the trade."8 One method of cheapenin...
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