Newland Cotton Works
1789: 'TO BE SOLD, by Private Contract, ... the MACHINERY of NEWLAND COTTON WORKS. Consisting of Water frames, Hand Jennies, Carding, and Roving Machines ; with all the requisite Apparatus for Cotton Spinning. Also the most approved ENGINES for Turning Fluting Rollers, and Constructing the other parts of the Machines. For further Particulars apply to Mr. Richard Jackson, Ulverstone, or Mr. Shaw, Arrad, near Ulvertone.'
Sources of Information
- Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Wednesday 4 March 1789