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A few years ago a detailed examination was made of the press, when it was carefully measured, photographed and even x-rayed, and detailed plans were printed to enable the construction of such a press. I am also in contact with a university in USA who have built a press, using the aforesaid plans.
They actually transport it to various local schools and colleges to enable pupils to set type and print using the machine.
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Most of the items turn out to be no good, but it's worth a throw! From David Mc Clure: There is no such or similar name in the 'Gazetteer of Ayrshire 1750-1800' in ed. The band in Buttermarket Close, Ayr (John Faulds Davidson snr 23/05/1906 - 04/01/1947) From Frances Carson, : Can anyone help with an impossible task of turning up with a photograph of my very elusive grandfather.
I spoke to Georgie a few years later when she was working in the pay desk at the Pavilion Ballroom.
At that time I was playing in the saxophone section of Andy Curries (soon to be disbanded) band.
This surprised me, because it didnt take a lot of research to find out that Wilsons press looked exactly like every other press in use anywhere in the civilised world at that time.
Based on an improved version of Gutenbergs original, this was a design that was to prevail for over three hundred years, until these small wooden presses were replaced in the late eighteenth century by larger, stronger, cast-iron models.
The general run of Anglian place-names will not do - it has to be items which speakers of Cumbric or Gaelic, especially the latter, may have found hard to pronounce and therefore altered slightly, to fit their habits of speech.