He was minister at Kidderminster, where he was content to labor in an humble sphere, having refused a bishopric.
Brussels carpets were introduced from Tournay into Kidderminster, in 1745.
A Kidderminster carpet calls for a small design in which the different planes, or plies, as they are called, are well interlocked.
A Kidderminster carpet was bought for the best sitting-room.
Among the complainants were the inhabitants of Kidderminster, a town which had become famous for its ignorance and depravity.
A widow and her two daughters, and a man, from Kidderminster, tried.
They were still on Hartlebury-common, and were soon close upon Kidderminster, but did not deem it prudent to enter the town.
What a change from peddling cakes from door to door in Kidderminster!
I know what you mean by bishops—rascals like yourself, Kidderminster bishops, factious, snivelling Presbyterians!'
Stourbridge and Kidderminster, every morning, at half past seven.
type of carpet, 1832, named for the town in England where it was manufactured.