1741       

10th. November Tuesday
St. Thomas’s Chapel, Ardwick, consecrated November 10. It is now a perpetual curacy, in the presentation of the Dean and Canons of Manchester.(7)

1741
A plan of Manchester and Salford, surrounded with views of public buildings and the principal residences of the town, was published by Caslon and Berry.(7)

1741
A spinning engine with rollers was constructed by John Wyatt, and “turned by two or more asses.” It was in use in the Upper Priory, Birmingham. Another of the like construction, containing 250 spindles, turned by water, was at Northampton, the property, in part, of Edward Cave, the projector and proprietor of the Gentleman’s Magazine.(7)