To the Very Respectable the Linen Merchants and Manufacturers of Ireland, The Conductors of that Great and Beneficial Staple of our Country; This Perspective View of the Linen Hall in Dublin, with the Boxes and Bales of Linen ready for Exportation, theEmblems of their Industry, Is Dedicated by their obedient humble Servant, Wm. Hincks. Plate XII.
London Publish'd as the Act directs by R. Pollard, Spafields June 20, 1791.
Stipple and etching. 349 x 425mm (13¾ x 16¾"). Trimmed and some creasing.
Plate XII of Manufacturer in Irish Linen: exterior of a large three-storey building with five arched entrances in the lowest storey in the central section, a clock set in a triangular pediment above, where men are gathered around crates and bales of cloth, one sitting to right, writing, resting his paper on a bale, others standing to left, talking while a workman piles up bales.
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