See also:English manufacturer, was
See also:born on the loth of
See also:September 1803, at
See also:Yorkshire . In 182o he was apprenticed to learn wool-stapling at
See also:Bradford, and his
See also:father, having followed him there and started in that business, took him into
See also:partnership in 1824 . His success in introducing the coarse
See also:Russian wool (donskoi) into English worsted manufacture, due to
See also:special machinery of his own devising, gave his
See also:firm a
See also:great impetus . In 1836 he solved the difficulties-
See also:SALT 87 of working
See also:alpaca (q.v.) wool, created an enormous
See also:industry in the production of the
See also:staple goods for which that name was retained, and became one of the richest manufacturers in Brad-
See also:ford . In 1853 he opened, a few
See also:miles out of the city on the
See also:Aire, the extensive
See also:works and
See also:model manufacturing
See also:town of Saltaire . From 1859–1861 Salt was M . P. for Bradford, of which city he had been mayor in 1848, and in 1869 he was created a
See also:baronet . He died on the loth of September 1876, and was accorded a public funeral . After his
See also:death his many benevolent institutions at Saltaire, at first continued by his widow, were transferred to a
See also:trust . See R . Ealgarnie,
See also:Sir Titus Salt, his
See also:Life and its Lessons .
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