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obtain them that orders were registered so that each should be filled in its turn. Dr. E. Hobbs, Agent of Boston Manufacturing Company. In 1818 John C. Calhoun, who two years before saw clearly the benefit which the cotton planting States would derive from the introduction of the manufacture into the country, made a visit to the new establishment, with the apparent satisfaction, says Mr. Appleton, of having himself contributed to its success, by the action taken by himself and Mr. William Lowndes on the tariff of 1816. In February, 1819, the company purchased the entire property of the Waltham Cotton and Wool Factory Company, and the General Court allowed them to add $200,000 to their capital. They took down the old wooden spinning mill and laid the foundations for a new factory and a bleachery. The latter was in operation in 1820, and the new mill the next year. It contained about 2,000 spindles, and manufactured finer goods than the upper mills. In order to connect th
0, 97, 124. Lock, Nathan, last survivor of Revolutionary patriots, 104; Jonas, William, 103. London, 10, 12, 15, 31, 48, 66 n. 1. Longevity in Waltham, 108-9. Long Island visited by the Blessing of the Bay, 35; 40, 46. Loom, English, operated by a crank motion, adopted at Waltham and Lowell, 133. Loom, Waltham, operated by a cam motion, 132. Lothrop, Capt., sent to Brookfield, 61. Lowell, Francis C., 91, 129; perfects the powerloom, 130. Lowell, founded, 133. Lowndes, Wm., of South Carolina, 132. Ludlow, Roger, the assistant, arrives in the Mary and John, 13; has the western fever at Dorchester, 36. Lyford, John, welcomed at Plymouth, 37; his complaining letters intercepted, 37; plays the penitent, 37. Lyman place, Chester Brook flows through, 27, 95-6. Lyman, Theodore, estate of, 95-6. Lynn, 2, 41 n. 2. McCauley, Rev. C., pastor of First Parish, 117. Machinery at Waltham rebuilt, 133. Machines, six new invented, 130. Machine-sho