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|GUEST,Arnie at work||Street cries still exist (121* d)||RE: Street cries still exist||24 Apr 07|
Petr - urine was also used in the cotton trade in Lancashire - raw wool was soaked in it as part of the preparation. Mill workers used to be provided with a small 'pisspot' and would leave this, presumably when filled, outside their door to be collected - I think they were paid for each pot. Don't envy the bloke who collected it each morning though!