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Old 01-03-24, 07:27 PM
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Shoddy would also be used to make cloth.
Yes, "as new" woollen cloth was the primary business of the trade.
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Here is the lot i found.
all was within roughly 60ish feet along some dead hay/grass on a beach in Gaspe.

Im not sure about a paper mill nearby the spot i was at.. ill have to research it and let you know.
But i do know there use to be a old wharf close by.

Thank you for showing the other buttons.
The one with only Gilt is contemporary to your 58th.
The other plain buttons (are as also written on your website link) 1800-1820s.
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