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Rufus A. Maxfield, Nashua Manufacturing Co.,. Nashua, N.H. Robert McArthur, Manchaug Manuf. Co., Manchaug, Mass. James E. McCreery,. Granite Mills,
Fall River, Mass. Charles D. McDuffie,. Everett Mills,
Lawrence, Mass. Jas. H. McMullan,
Biddeford, Me. Oliver H. Moulton, Hamilton Manuf. Co., . Lowell, Mass. J. Turner Morehead, .
Leaksville, N.C. W. H. Munroe, .
Bartlett Steam Mills, Newburyport, Mass.
Walter Paine, 3d,
Fall River, Mass.
Boston, Mass. Francis J. Parker, Monadnock Mills, .
Boston, Mass. Walter E. Parker, Globe Mill, .
Woonsocket, R.I. John H. Parks, . New Brunswick Cotton Mills, St. John, N.B. Theophilus Parsons, . Lyman Mills,
Holyoke, Mass. Charles S. Peach, Freeman Manuf. Co.,
No. Adams, Mass. J. A. Peirce,
Fitchville Manuf. Co., . Fitchville, Conn. Moses Pierce, Norwich Bleachery,
Plymouth, Mass. J. E. Prest,
North Pownal Manuf. Co., No. Pownal, Vt. J. M. Pusey, Delaware Mills,
E. M. Shaw, • Lisbon Manuf. Co.,
Amoskeag Manuf. Co., Henry D. Sullivan, Naurkeag S. Cotton Co., Charles J. Sweet, Attawaugan Mill,
E. A. Thissell, .
Lowell, Mass. Edwin R. Thomas, Clinton Manuf. Co.,
Woonsocket, R.I. Wm. H. Thompson, · Lowell Felting Mills,
Boston, Mass. William E. Trainer, Linwood Mills,
Linwood Sta., Penn. E. E. Truesdell, China, Webs’r, & Pemb. Mills, Suncook, N.H.
Albert F. Upton,
J. W. Wattles, . Neponset Cotton Factory,
Whitin Manuf. Co.,
CALL FOR MEETING.
New ENGLAND Cotton MANUFACTURERS’ AssociATION,
Boston, April 1, 1879.
DEAR SIR, — The stated Annual Meeting of the Association will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boylston Street, Boston, on Wednesday, April 30, 1879, at ten o'clock, A.M., for the choice of officers for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before it.
In addition to the topics heretofore presented, upon which discussion will be in order, the Board of Government announce that Professor J. M. ORDWAY has consented to present a report of further results in testing Lighting AND LUBRICATING OILS.
The facts brought out by these tests, and by the earlier report and published tables, will form the basis of a discussion in which members are cordially requested to take part.
By invitation of the Board, the subject of Textile Bands for machinery will be presented by C. J. H. WOODBURY, Esq., who has experimented upon various fabrics in this use.
The question of TARE and Short Weight in purchasing cotton, introduced at the last meeting, will be considered, if members shall desire to discuss the topic. An early and full attendance is earnestly invited. By order of the Board of Government,
AMBROSE EASTMAN, Secretary.