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The Dyeing Industry

The Dyeing Industry

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Excerpt from The Dyeing Industry: Being a Third Edition of "Dyeing in Germany and America"

The first edition of this book was issued in 1907 as "a Report to the Electors of the Gartside Scholarship of the University of Manchester on the Results of a Tour in the United States of America and Germany in1905-1906," and was intended to give a general survey of the dyeing and allied industries of these countries.

The very favourable reception awarded to the book has exhausted the supply of copies and necessitated the issue of this new edition. Although no further visit has been paid to either of the countries, I have been able to add considerably to what appeared in the first edition, chiefly as the result of experience gained during the past nine years, firstly as a demonstrator in the Dyehouse of the Manchester School of Technology, and secondly, as a works chemist and manager. Naturally, this experience is most in evidence in those parts of the book dealing with the branches of the industry with which I am the most familiar. I have also taken the liberty of including certain material which I have published in various journals since the issue of the first edition.

It is hoped that this edition will be useful to the student requiring a general knowledge of the industry, to the publicist seeking a comparison between the industrial conditions in this and other countries, to the general reader, and also to the practical dyer, who may find in these pages some things of value and interest to him.

In the preparation of this edition I have received much assistance from the many helpful suggestions made by reviewers when the book was first published. I am also indebted to these gentlemen for the rectification of several errors which appeared therein. I wish to place on record my appreciation of the care taken in the publication of the present edition by H. M. McKechnie, Esq., Secretary of the Manchester University Press; also to repeat my thanks to Arthur Jones, Esq., M.A., for the help he gave me with the first edition.S. H.Higgins. LuNCARTY, M.A., for the help he gave me with the first edition.

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