Definition of Aulnage. Meaning of Aulnage. Synonyms of Aulnage

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Definition of Aulnage

Aulnage
Aulnage Aul"nage, Aulnager Aul"na*ger, n. See Alnage and Alnager.

Meaning of Aulnage 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...
- The Rivière d'Aulnage (English: Aulnage River) is a tributary of the rivière des Sept Îles, flowing on the north s**** of the Saint Lawrence river in...
- including one at Holford near Perry Barr that is purpose-built in 1358. Aulnage records for 1397 give some indication of the size of Birmingham's textile...
- suffix ( < OFr -aud < LL -aldus < Frk *-wald < Gmc) -aude aulne (also aune) aulnage (also aunage) aulnette aune "an ell" (< Ofr alne < LL alena < Goth aleina...
- merchant was trading considerable amounts of wool with continental Europe. Aulnage records for 1397 give some indication of the size of Birmingham's textile...
- 1863. (Pardon) c. 18 (Confirmation of liberties, charters, and statutes, aulnage, etc.) cc. 1–10 (Justices of ****ize, customers, etc.) cc. 1–9 c. 4 prohibits...
- the cloth manufacturing industry as his name was never recorded in the aulnage returns, but rather specialised in the shipping of cloth to south-west...
- to the limit of Saint-Basile-Sud; 240 m to the mouth of the Rivière d'Aulnage; 2.3 km, to its mouth (altitude: 57 m) which flows into the Portneuf River...
- Étangs La Chevrotière River Portneuf River Rivière des Sept Îles Rivière d'Aulnage Chaude River Saint-Jacques River (Portneuf River) Sept Îles Lake (Saint-Raymond)...
- Ralph, should support the Parliamentary cause; his portion invested in the aulnage was practically forfeited, and he suffered most of all from the mistakes...
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