There is neither provenance nor dates available for the Dargate book. It was given a circa 1830 (+ or - 5 years) designation by two textile historians. One suggested it most likely was from Alsace, a major textile printing area in France. I just came across an interesting date in the book, The Fabrics of Mulhouse and Alsace, 1801-1850. In Mulhouse, the firm of Nicolas Koechlin & Freres developed woven muslin with satin bands for printing in 1829. This was followed the next year with the printing of flower motifs on 'organdie with woven squares'.
This is a scan of a sample from the Dargate Book of an organdy (sheer crisp cotton used for dresses and curtains) with woven stripes plus a delicate horizontal band in pink which was printed with floral sprigs.