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Knihy Knihy 110 z 17 na dotaz The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft....
" The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments, which must be heated over charcoal, and rubbed dry with bran and whiting. The second is to wash the brass work... "
The workwoman's guide, containing instructions in cutting out and completing ... - Strana 232
autor/autoři: Workwoman - 1840
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Practical economy: or The application of modern discoveries to the purposes ...

1822 - 379 str.
...same way, and a fine colour given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water,...wash the brass work with roche alum boiled in strong ley, in the proportion of an ounce to a pint; when dry it must DC rubbed with fine tripoli. Either...
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The complete servant, by Samuel and Sarah Adams

Samuel Adams (servant.), Sarah Adams - 1826
...processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, robbing it on the ornaments, which must be heated over charcoal,...and whiting. The second is to wash the brass work witli roche aium boiled in strong ley, in the proportion of an ounce to a pint ; when dry it must be...
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A New Collection of Genuine Receipts: For the Preparation and Execution of ...

1831 - 108 str.
...way, nnd a fine colour may be given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water,...wash the brass work with roche alum boiled in strong ley, in the proportion of an ounce to a pint; when dry it must be rubbed with fine tripoli. Either...
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A Cyclopædia of Practical Receipts and Collateral Information in the Arts ...

1845 - 808 str.
...cleaned, and a fine colour given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments, which must be afterwards rubbed dry with bran and whiting. The second is to wash the brass- work with roche aluni...
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A Cyclopædia of Several Thousand Practical Reciepts: And Collateral ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1846 - 576 str.
...cleansed, and a fine color given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments, which must be afterwards rubbed dry with bran and whiting. The second is to wash the brasswork with riii-li<' alum...
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A cyclopaedia of six thousand practical receipts: and collateral information ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1850 - 576 str.
...cleansed, and a fine color given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments, which must be afterwards rubbed dry with bran and whiting. The second is to wash the brasswork wilh roche alum boiled...
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Mackenzie's five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts

Colin MacKenzie - 1853 - 456 str.
...given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, lliell to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments,...wash the brass work with roche alum boiled in strong ley, in the proportion of an ounce In a pint; when dry it must be rubbed with fine li'ipoli. Either...
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A Cyclopaedia of Six Thousand Practical Receipts, and Collateral Information ...

Arnold James Cooley - 1854
...cleansed, and a fine color given to them by two simple processes. The first is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water, rubbing it on the ornaments, which must be afterwards rubbed dry with bran and whiting. The second ш to wash the brasswork with roche alum boiled...
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The footman

Footman - 1855
...by two simple processes. Beat sal-ammoniac into a fine powder, moisten it with soft water, and rub it on the ornaments, which must be heated over charcoal, and rubbed dry with bran and whiting ; or wash the ornaments with rock alum boiled in strong ley, in proportion of one ounce to a pint ;...
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Enquire within upon everything [by R.K. Philp. Wanting sheet L].

Robert Kemp Philp - 1856
...way, and a fine colour given to them by two simple processes. 693. The FIRST is to beat sal ammoniac into a fine powder, then to moisten it with soft water,...over charcoal, and rubbed dry with bran and whiting. 694. THE SECOND is to wash the brass work with roche alum boiled in strong ley, in proportion of an...
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