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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

IV. Textile Fabrics, Clothing, and Accessories

IV. Textile Fabrics, Clothing, and Accessories.

Class 30.—Cotton Thread and Fabrics.

8 Manager Empress Mills.—'Three pieces stout cotton cloth, suitable for bush wear, from the Empress Mills, Nagpur, Central Provinces.

Class 31.—Thread and Fabrics of Flax, Hemp, &c.

9 Manager Empress Mills, Nagpur.—Bundle No. 6 strong cotton yarn, made at the Empress Mills.

Class 34.—Silk and Silk Fabrics.

10 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Red, yellow, white, grey tasar silk skeins, from Bilaspur, Central Provinces.

11 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Red, yellow, white, and grey silk skeins of the tasar moth (Bombyx paphia), from Bilaspur.

12 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Piece red tasar silk, for turbans, from Bilaspur.

13 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Piece brown tasar silk cloth, from Bilaspur.

14 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Three pieces white tasar cloth, from Bilaspur.

15 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Two pieces dark-grey tasar cloth, from Bilaspur.

16 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Piece tasar silk chekered cloth, from Bilaspur.

17 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Silk thread of the large cocoons (No. 156b), from Sambalpur, Central Provinces.

18 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Silk, from the small cocoons (No. 156c), from Sambalpur.

19 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Tasar silk cloth, from silk thread (No. 161), from Sambalpur.

20 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Tasar silk cloth, from silk (No. 159), from Sambalpur.

Class 35.—Shawls.

21 Buddree Das, Chajjoo Das, & Keshee Das, Calcutta.—Cashmere and other woollen shawls, silk shawls, and scarfs.

Class 38.—Clothing for both Sexes.

22 Government, Central Provinces.—Embroidered mandil, or green turban, from Burhanpur, Central Provinces.

23 Government, Central Provinces—Green embroidered velvet coat, with gold lace, from Burhanpur.

24 Government, Central Provinces.—Cap, embroidered in gold, from Burhanpur.

25 Government, Central Provinces.—Jam-bhala mandil, or turban, embroidered, from Burhanpur.

26 Government, Central Provinces.—Chira turban of gold thread, embroidered, from Burhanpur.

27 Government, Central Provinces.—Short coat, silk embroidered, with gold-thread phatwayee, from Burhanpur.

28 Government, Central Provinces.—Paijamas, or drawers, from Burhanpur.

29 Government, Central Provinces.—Paijamas, embroidered, from Burhanpur.

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30 Government. Central Provinces .—Bodice, or choli, from Burhanpur.

31 Government. Central Provinces .—Dupata, ornamented, from Burhanpur.

32 Government, Central Provinces.—Dhoti, with silk border, worn by men, from Burhanpur.

33 Government, Central Provinces.—White uparni, or mantilla, worn by women, from Burhanpur.

34 Government, Central Provinces.—Red turban, embroidered, from Burhanpur.

35 Government, Central Provinces.—Plain white coat, from Burhanpur.

36 Government, Central Provinces.—Pair velvet shoes.

37 Government, Central Provinces.—Kurta, or small coat.

38 Government, Central Provinces.—Sari, with gold-thread embroidery.

39 Government, Central Provinces—Bodice, embroidered.

40 Government, Central Provinces.—Silk hatband, or pagri, termed jambhala purple.

41 Government, Central Provinces.—Silk necktie.

42 Government, Central Provinces.—Green hatband or pagri.

43 Government, Central Provinces.—Small necktie.

44 Government Central Provinces.—Red hatband or pagri.

45 Government, Central Provinces.—Neck-tie.

46 Government, Central Provinces.—White turban.

47 Government, Central Provinces.—Neck-tie.

48 Curator Nagpur Museum.-Dopata, worn by native gentlemen across the breast and shoulders, from Umrer, Nagpur, Central Provinces.

49 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Dopata, with border of gold-thread and silk, from Umrer.

50 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Dhotar jori, worn as trousers, from Umrer.

51 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Dhotar jori, with white border of very fine thread, from Umrer.

52 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Sári, worn by native women.

53 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Lady's cotton dress, with silk border, from Umrer.

Class 39.—Jewellery and Precious Stones.

54 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Moss agates (six), from Jubbulpore.

55 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Moss agate, from Jubbulpore.

56 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Moss agate, from Jubbulpore.

57 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Moss agate, from Jubbulpore.

58 Curator Nagrpur Museum.—Agate dessert-knife handles (six), from Jubbulpore.

59 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Agate dessert-knife handles (twelve), from Jubbulpore.

60 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Jasper knife and fork handles (twelve), from Jubbulpore.

61 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Jasper paper-knives (four), from Jubbulpore.

62 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Grass-stone agate paper-knives (four), from Jubbulpore.

63 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Fortification agate paper-knives (two), from Jubbulpore.

64 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Jasper paperweights (two), from Jubbulpore.

65 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Fortification agate paper-weights (two), from Jubbulpore.

66 Curator Nagpur Museum.—Moss agates (twelve), from Jubbulpore, Central Provinces.