1) A type of cloth, made with two or more colours of wool, scribbled or mixed together before being spun.

1758 Mr George Charnock byes a deal of mixt broods about 2s 2d or 2s per yard in bauk wich are chiefly frised and the are made of a deal of floks and coarse wooll and are dark blak mixtures otherwise called shepards att Wakefild

1816 March 19th Sold Luke Townend one Mixture Ł9 0 0, South Crosland.

dates 1758 1816

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