A cotton-mill is often better ventilated than a court-room or a lecture-room.
One of them tried a cotton-mill on the Liffey, and they burned him down.
In all preparation of hemp and oakum dust is excessive; far beyond that of the cotton-mill, which itself breeds consumption.
In 1790 the first cotton-mill was erected in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
The father found a place in a cotton-mill at a dollar and a half a day.
In 1806 he built a cotton-mill, and operated it until the close of the war in 1815.
He had been a clerk in a cotton-mill before the war, and had never had the exercise of authority.
You can run a cotton-mill if you like to co-operate and put by your savings.
She cared nothing for his cotton-mill—the Goodwood patent left her imagination absolutely cold.
It was dazzling as a gigantic kaleidoscope and deafening as a cotton-mill.