The journal of design and manufactures
Original papers: Exhibition of 1851: Monthly report of progress., pp. -8
Original Papers: Exhibition of 1851-Monthly Report. GERmANY---continued. North Germany: Hamburgh.-A detailed return has been received, consist- ing of a great variety of objects, principally belonging to Classes 5, 10, 20, 26, 30. Number of Exhibitors, 107. C. Nobock, Esq. (care of Messrs. McCracken), has been appointed agent. Hanover.-A detailed return has been received. The articles to be exhibited are not numerous. The number of exhibitors is 11. Mr. F. Stahlschmidt, of 14 Mark Lane, has been appointed agent. Lubeck.-Has sent a detailed return, but very few articles will be exhibited. The number of Exhibitors is only 11. Zollverein.-A detailed return has been sent, in German. Saxony, Wur- temburg, and the Duchy of Nassau, have also sent returns, in English separately. The articles contributed by Saxony consist principally of woollen and cotton goods, specimens of book-binding, musical instru- ments, colours, flax, &c. Wilrtemburg sends colours, dried fruits, a few chemical preparations, watches, musical instruments, philosophical and chemical apparatus, linen, wool, hardware (chiefly toys), confectionery, statuary, and painting (encaustic). Duchy of Nassau, a large collection of minerals (to be presented to one of our museums after the Exhibition), fancy articles in stagshorn and ivory, &c. Mr. Hebeler, of 106 Fenchurch Street, has been appointed agent. Also Mr. Bourath Stein, with two assistants, viz., Mr. Laeclin and Mr. Muellens, will, together with four other gentlemen, appointed by Bavaria, Saxony, Wurtemburg, and the Grand Duchy of Hesse, act as a Commission for the Zollverein. The position of the Zollverein is on both sides the building. The articles are being delivered. GRExE.-A detailed return, ready for insertion in the catalogue, has been received. The articles appear nearly all belong to Section I. Among them may be enumerated sponges, honey from Mount Hymettus, and a great variety of marbles. The number of Exhibitors is 28. Areas on the north side of the building have been allotted to Greece. HoILAND.-A detailed return, ready for insertion in the catalogue, has been received. The articles to be exhibited consist principally of raw materials (chiefly vegetable substances), agricultural implements, woollen and linen manufactures, leather, books, miscellaneous substances, &c. Areas on the northern side of the building have been allotted to Holland. The number of Exhibitors is 170. ITALY : Naples.-No return has yet been received from Naples. Rome.-No return has been received. Tucany.-A return, in Italian, has been received. Sardinia.-A detailed return, ready for insertion in the catalogue, has been received. The articles to be exhibited consist of a variety of chemicals, natural products, manufactures in silk, cabinet work, &c. Classes 2, 4, 13, and 26, will be apparently well represented. The number of Exhibitors is 93. Muxico.-No returns have been received, but merely an intimation that the space allotted would be required. MONTE V1Do.-No communication of any kind has been received. MOROCCo.-Does not intend exhibiting. NEW GRENADA.-No return has been received, but merely an intimation that the space allotted to New Grenada would be required. NORWAY AND SwEDN.-A return has been received. The articles to be exhibited consist principally of iron ores, iron, ironmongery, silks, &c. Mr. D. Maclean has been appointed agent. Areas on the south have been allotted to Sweden and Norway. PERsIA.-Does not intend exhibiting, but a collection of Persian specimens will be made. PERU.-No communication has been received. PORTUGAL.-No returns have yet been received, but Mr. J. Vanzeller, 5 Jeffry's Square, has been appointed agent.
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