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I feel that I should not be doing justice to those who have followed me did I not here pay some tribute to the work that has been carried out by lecturers in that department of the Bradford Technical College over which I have the honour to preside, and especially to the research work of Mr. Midgley, without which the present treatise would have lost much of its value.
At the: time when I wrote my little treatise I could but give a skeleton-sketch of the methods whereby a fabric might not only be analysed in the Finished State but from these Finished Particulars the Loom Particulars ascertained. In the present treatise so fully are the changes from the Finished State back to the Loom Particulars for the various standard-cloths indicated that the designer may proceed without fear where previously he would not have ventured to tread. Mr. Midgley has also succeeded in bringing the Costing of Cloths up' to a previously unthought of state of efficiency.
The present treatise may be regarded as a further step towards the more perfect application of scientific method.
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