Definition of Alnage. Meaning of Alnage. Synonyms of Alnage

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Definition of Alnage

Alnage
Alnage Al"nage ([a^]l"n[asl]j), n., [OF. alnage, aulnage, F. aunage, fr. OF. alne ell, of Ger. origin: cf. OHG. elina, Goth. aleina, cubit. See Ell.] (O. Eng. Law) Measurement (of cloth) by the ell; also, a duty for such measurement.

Meaning of Alnage from wikipedia

- Alnage, or aulnage (from Fr. aune, ell) was the official supervision of the shape and quality of manufactured woollen cloth. The alnage was first ordered...
- is a co**** open-weave fabric traditionally used for cross-stitch. alnage Alnage is the official supervision of the shape and quality of manufactured...
- Spring was a successful merchant in the cloth trade. This is shown in the alnage accounts for Northamptonshire drawn up in November 1395, which record that...
- of Clothiers, Woollen Manufacturers, Weavers and Drapers of Ireland, on Alnage Laws. Report, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix 1817 (315) p. 5 Freeman's Journal...
- adherents of the late king. He was also on the commission for "concealment of alnage" in Devon from July 1401. The south-western counties disliked the new king...
- political support. In 1585 he obtained the right to grant licences for alnage, or supervision of the quality of woollen cloth – a position of mutual advantage...
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