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Charles Albert of Paris was a constructor of textile machinery, steam engines, pumps, etc.
He collaborated with Humphrey Edwards.
A scale model of a Mule jenny is on display at the Musée des arts et métiers (métier à filer automatique mule-jenny pour le coton, Inv. No. 00184). It was presented to the museum by Charles Albert c.1811. More information here.