Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets
Or, A Collection of Above 500 Useful Receipts on a Variety of Subjects
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Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets Or, A Collection of Above 500 Useful Receipts on a Variety of Subjects

By Daniel Young
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Table of Contents
  • INTRODUCTION
  • 1. ORIENTAL PAINTING
    • 2. TRANSFER PAINTING ON GLASS
      • 3. TRANSFER VARNISH
      • 4. WHITE SPIRIT VARNISH—THE VERY BEST.
      • 5. TRANSFER PAINTING ON WOOD
      • 6. ELECTRO GOLD PLATING—NEW METHOD
      • 7. ELECTRO SILVERING—NEW METHOD
      • 8. ELECTRO GOLD PLATING—USUAL METHOD
      • 9. ELECTRO SILVERING—USUAL METHOD
      • 10. GOLD PLATING FLUID
      • 11. SILVER PLATING FLUID
      • 12. QUICKSILVER PLATING FLUID
      • 13. TO GILD STEEL
      • 15. GILDING GLASS AND PORCELAIN
      • 16. GILDING THE EDGES OF PAPER
      • 17. PROFESSOR WORTS' AMALGAM FOR SILVERING
      • 18. FOR COPPERING IRON
      • 19. PECULIARITIES IN WORKING CYANIDE OF COPPER SOLUTION
      • 20. PREPARATION OF IRON FOR COATING WITH COPPER
      • 21. SOLDERING FLUID
      • 22. SOLDER FOR TIN
      • 23. COLD METHOD OF SILVERING IRON WITH SILVER-PLATE
      • 24. HOT METHOD OF SILVERING IRON WITH SILVER-PLATE
      • 25. SILVERING LOOKING-GLASSES WITH QUICKSILVER
      • 26. SILVERING LOOKING-GLASSES WITH PURE SILVER
      • 27. PATENT BURNING FLUID
      • 28. BURNING FLUID
      • 29. NON-EXPLOSIVE BURNING FLUID
      • 30. VINEGAR IN THREE DAYS WITHOUT DRUGS
      • 31. CUBA HONEY
      • 32. EXCELLENT HONEY
      • 33. GUNPOWDER
      • 34. EXCELLENT MATCHES
      • 35. FIRE AND WATER-PROOF CEMENT
      • 36. FRENCH CHEMICAL SOAP
      • 37. BLACK INK WITHOUT SEDIMENT
      • 38. INDELIBLE INK
      • 39. INDELIBLE INK
      • 40. WRITING FLUID OR BLACK COPYING INK
      • 41. BEST INK POWDER
      • 42. BEST RED INK
      • 43. YELLOW INK
      • 44. BLUE INK
      • 45. GOLDEN INK
      • 46. WHITE INK FOR WRITING ON BLACK PAPER
      • 47. SECRET INK FOR YOUNG LADIES AND GENTS
      • 48. CIDER WITHOUT APPLES
      • 49. SPRUCE OR AROMATIC BEER
      • 50. LEMON BEER
      • 51. PHILADELPHIA BEER
      • 52. SILVER TOP DRINK
      • 53. DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING SODA DRINKS
      • 54. IMPERIAL CREAM NECTAR
      • 55. A SUPERIOR GINGER BEER
      • 58. YEAST
      • 59. SODA SYRUPS
      • 60. MINERAL WATER
      • 61. IMPROVED ENGLISH STRONG BEER
      • 62. SANGAREE
      • 63. GINGER WINE
      • 64. HOP BEER
      • 65. USQUEBAUGH OR IRISH WHISKEY
      • 66. ICE CREAM
      • 67. CHICAGO ICE CREAM
      • 70. ORANGE AND RASPBERRY SYRUPS
      • 71. PURE WINE
      • 72. PURE WINE VINEGAR
      • 73. PORT WINE
      • 74. CHAMPAGNE WINE
      • 75. CURRANT AND OTHER FRUIT WINES
      • 76. DINNER WINE OR ENGLISH PATENT WINE
      • 77. VARIOUS WINES
      • 78. BLACKBERRY AND STRAWBERRY WINES
      • 79. FRENCH BRANDY
      • 80. BRANDY FROM OIL COGNAC
      • 81. PALE BRANDY
      • 82. CHERRY BRANDY
      • 83. BLACKBERRY BRANDY
      • 84. STRAWBERRY BRANDY
      • 88. HOLLAND GIN
      • 89. COLOURING
      • 90. TO KEEP SWEET AND SWEETEN SOUR CIDER
      • 91. SCHRUB
      • 92. STOUGHTON BITTERS
      • 93. TO IMPROVE THE FLAVOUR OF NEW WHISKEY
      • 95. MONONGAHALE
      • 96. RYE WHISKEY
      • 97. STOMACH BITTERS
      • 98. PEPPERMINT CORDIAL
      • 99. ST. CROIX RUM
      • 100. LEMONADE
      • 101. A BRILLIANT WHITEWASH
      • 102. CHANGING VARNISHES
      • 103. GOLD LACKER OR VARNISH
      • 104. RED SPIRIT LACKER
      • 105. PALE BRASS LACKER
      • 106. DEMAR VARNISH
      • 107. COPAL VARNISH
      • 108. WHITE HARD VARNISH
      • 109. CRYSTAL VARNISH
      • 110. BLACK VARNISH FOR OLD STRAW OR CHIP HATS
      • 112. TURPENTINE VARNISH
      • 113. IRON WORK BLACK OR BLACK VARNISH FOR IRON
      • 115. QUICK DRYING HARNESS BLACKING VARNISH
      • 116. OIL PASTE BLACKING
      • 117. WATER PROOF OIL OR PASTE BLACKING
      • 118. BEST VARNISH BLACKING EXTANT
      • 119. ASPHALTUM OR WALNUT STAIN
      • 120. POLISH FOR OLD FURNITURE
      • 121. OIL TO MAKE THE HAIR GROW AND CURL
      • 122. BEST SHAVING SOAP
      • 123. NEW YORK BARBERS' STAR HAIR OIL
      • 124. ROWLAND'S MACASSAR HAIR OIL
      • 125. ROSE HAIR OIL
      • 126. BEAR'S OIL
      • 127. OX MARROW FOR THE HAIR
      • 128. COLOGNE
      • 129. HARD SOAP
      • 130. BAR SOAP
      • 131. CARVER'S POLISH
      • 132. FRENCH POLISH
      • 133. WATER-PROOF POLISH
      • 135. COMPOSITION USED IN WELDING CAST STEEL
      • 136. COMPOSITION USED IN WELDING CAST IRON
      • 137. CAST IRON CEMENT
      • 139. TO SOFTEN IRON OR STEEL
      • 140. SOLDER FOR LEAD
      • 141. SOLDER FOR TIN
      • 143. SOLDER FOR COPPER
      • 144. SOLDER FOR STEEL JOINTS
      • 145. HARD SOLDER
      • 146. SOLDER FOR SILVER
      • 150. MOCK GOLD
      • 151. BRITANNIA METAL
      • 152. BLANCHED COPPER
      • 153. COMMON PEWTER
      • 154. BEST PEWTER
      • 155. A METAL THAT EXPANDS IN COOLING
      • 156. QUEEN'S METAL
      • 157. IMITATION PLATINUM
      • 158. CHINESE WHITE COPPER
      • 159. MANHEIM GOLD
      • 160. TOMBACK, OR RED BRASS
      • 161. IMITATION GOLD
      • 162. IMITATION SILVER
      • 163. TRUE IMITATION OF GOLD
      • 164. TRUE IMITATION OF SILVER
      • 165. MOULDS AND DIES
      • 166. TO SOFTEN HORN
      • 167. TO MAKE MOULDS OF HORN
      • 168. TO CASE FIGURES IN IMITATION OF IVORY
      • 169. TRUE GOLD POWDER
      • 170. TRUE GOLD POWDER
      • 171. COLOUR HEIGHTENING COMPOSITIONS
      • 172. FOR GREEN GOLD
      • 173. FOR RED GOLD
      • 174. MOSAIC GOLD
      • 175. DUTCH OR GERMAN GOLD
      • 176. COPPER POWDER
      • 177. COMMON SIZE
      • 178. DR. JOHN'S VARNISH FOR PLASTER OF PARIS CASTS
      • 179. GENERAL DIRECTIONS FOR BRONZING
      • 180. BRONZING IN WOOD
      • 181. IN BRONZING IRON
      • 182. BRONZING CASTS OF PLASTER OF PARIS
      • 183. SHELL-LAC VARNISH
      • 184. CHLORINE FOR SHELL-LAC VARNISH
      • 185. SHELL-LAC VARNISHES OF VARIOUS COLOURS
      • 186. GOLD OIL-COLOUR, OR SIZE
      • 187. JAPANNING
      • 188. GRINDING COLOURS IN JAPANNING
      • 189. COLOURS REQUIRED IN JAPANNING
      • 190. TO PREPARE A FINE TORTOISE-SHELL JAPAN
      • 191. DIRECTIONS FOR USING TORTOISE-SHELL JAPAN
      • 193. CROCKERY CEMENT
      • 195. ANGLER'S SECRET
      • 196. MORELLA WINE
      • 197. HAIR DYE
      • 198. TALLOW CANDLES IN IMITATION OF WAX
      • 199. TO STAIN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A CRIMSON STAIN
      • 203. GENERAL DIRECTIONS FOR DYEING
      • 204. FOR COLOURING SKY BLUE
      • 205. FOR LILAC COLOUR
      • 206. TO COLOUR BLACK
      • 207. TO DYE LEMON COLOUR
      • 208. TO DYE ROYAL PURPLE
      • 209. TO DYE SLATE COLOUR
      • 210. TO DYE SCARLET
      • 211. TO COLOUR A BRIGHT MADDER
      • 212. TO COLOUR GREEN
      • 213. TO DYE STRAW COLOUR AND YELLOW
      • 214. TO DYE A DRAB COLOUR
      • 215. TO DYE PURPLE
      • 216. TO DYE BROWN
      • 217. TO COLOUR PINK
      • 218. TO DYE A COFFEE COLOUR
      • 219. TO DYE NANKIN COLOUR
      • 220. TO MAKE ROSE COLOUR
      • 221. TO DYE STRAW AND CHIP BONNETS BLACK
      • 222. TO DYE WHITE GLOVES A BEAUTIFUL PURPLE
      • 224. TO DYE SILKS BLACK
    • 225. TO COLOUR YELLOW ON COTTON
      • 229. INDIGO BLUE
      • 230. TURQUOISE BLUE
      • 231. AZURE BLUE
      • 232. DEEP AZURE BLUE
      • 233. SKY BLUE
      • 234. EMERALD GREEN
      • 235. BLUEISH GREEN
      • 236. GRASS GREEN
      • 237. DEEP YELLOW
      • 238. JONQUILLE YELLOW FOR FLOWERS
      • 239. WAX YELLOW
      • 240. ORANGE YELLOW
      • 241. BRICK RED
      • 242. DEEP BLOOD RED
      • 243. BROWN YELLOW OCHRE
      • 244. DEEP YELLOW OCHRE—CALLED YELLOW BROWN
      • 245. PURE PURPLE
      • 246. DEEP VIOLET
      • 247. FLESH RED
      • 248. HAIR BROWN
      • 249. LIVER BROWN
      • 250. WHITE
      • 251. YELLOWISH GREY
      • 253. BLUEISH GREY FOR MIXTURES
      • 254. GRAYISH BLACK FOR MIXTURES
      • 255. DEEP BLACK
      • 256. GENERAL DIRECTIONS
      • 257. WHITE COATING FOR GOLD VARNISHES
    • 258. LEAD COLOURING PAINT
      • 259. BRIGHT GREEN PAINT
      • 260. STONE-COLOURED PAINT
      • 261. BROWN-RED COLOURED PAINT
      • 262. A GOOD CHOCOLATE COLOURED PAINT
      • 263. YELLOW PAINT
      • 264. BLACK PAINT
      • 265. WHITE PAINT
      • 266. COMPOUND COLOURED PAINTS
      • 267. LIGHT GREY
      • 268. BUFF COLOUR
      • 269. SILVER OR PEARL GREY
      • 270. FLAXEN GREY
      • 271. BRICK COLOUR
      • 272. OAK WOOD COLOUR
      • 273. WALNUT TREE COLOUR
      • 274. JONQUIL
      • 275. LEMON YELLOW
      • 276. ORANGE COLOUR
      • 277. VIOLET COLOUR
      • 278. PURPLE
      • 279. CARNATION
      • 280. GOLD COLOUR
      • 281. OLIVE COLOUR
      • 282. LEAD COLOUR
      • 283. CHESTNUT COLOUR
      • 284. LIGHT TIMBER COLOUR
      • 285. FLESH COLOUR
      • 286. LIGHT WILLOW GREEN
      • 287. STONE COLOUR
      • 288. DARK LEAD COLOUR
      • 289. FAWN COLOUR
      • 290. CHOCOLATE COLOUR
      • 291. PORTLAND STONE COLOUR
      • 292. TO IMITATE MAHOGANY
      • 293. TO IMITATE WAINSCOAT
      • 294. TO IMITATE SATIN WOOD
      • 295. TURNER'S PATENT YELLOW PAINT
      • 296. TO PAINT IN IMITATION OF BLACK WALNUT
      • NOTE
      • 297. RULES FOR MAKING PICKLES
      • 298. ASPARAGUS PICKLED
      • 299. BEANS AND FRENCH BEANS PICKLED
      • 300. TO PICKLE RED CABBAGE
      • 301. TO PICKLE CUCUMBERS
      • 302. TO PICKLE ONIONS
      • 303. TO PICKLE MUSHROOMS
      • 304. RAILROAD SYSTEM OF HORSE TRAINING
      • 305. TO HALTER WILD COLTS
      • 306. HORSES WITH TENDER EARS
      • 307. HOW TO CONTROL A VICIOUS HORSE
      • 308. TO BREAK A WILD COLT
      • 309. TO MAKE A STALLION LIE DOWN
      • 310. PULLING AT THE HALTER
      • 311. WILD STALLIONS
      • 312. BALKY HORSES
      • 313. SHOEING HORSES
      • 314. "WHOA"
      • 315. THROWING
      • 316. SCARING
      • 317. KICKING HORSES
      • 318. TO BIT A HORSE
      • 319. JOCKEY TRICKS—TO PRODUCE FOUNDER
      • 320. FOOD AND STARVATION
      • 321. GLANDERS
      • 322. BALKING
      • 323. TO COVER UP HEAVES
      • 324. THE COUNTENANCE
      • 325. THE CRIB
      • 326. QUESTIONS
      • 327. TO NERVE A HORSE
      • 328. A HORSE'S AGE
      • 329. HEAD, NECK OR LUNGS
      • 330. PROF. MANDIE'S HORSE TAMING
      • 331. BOTTS IN HORSES
      • 332. RING BONE AND SPAVIN
      • 333. POLL EVIL AND FISTULA
      • 335. NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT
      • 336. TO CURE FOUNDERS IN 24 HOURS
      • 337. TO CURE COLIC IN TEN MINUTES
      • 338. GARGLING OIL
      • 339. MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL
      • 340. PURGING BALLS
      • 341. URINE BALLS
      • 342. FOR THE HEAVES
      • 343. INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNGS
      • 344. STOMACH AND BOWELS
      • 345. INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS
      • 346. CONDITION POWDERS
      • 347. FOR BONE SPAVIN
      • 348. TO MAKE A HORSE FOLLOW YOU
      • 349. COLTS CHEWING HALTERS
      • 350. HORSES JUMPING FENCES
      • 350. BLAZE OR STAR
      • 351. BLACK SPOTS
      • 352. INFLUENZA OR HORSE-AIL
      • 353. STRANGLES OR HORSE DISTEMPER
      • 354. STAGGERS
      • 355. GREEN OINTMENT
      • 356. HOOF EVIL OR THRUSH GREASE HEELS
      • 357. BLUE OINTMENT
      • 358. HOOF BOUND OR TENDER FEET
      • 359. HOOF LIQUID
      • 360. HOOF AIL
      • 361. BIG, OR MILK LEG
      • 362. IODINE OINTMENT
      • 363. SPRAIN IN THE STIFLE
      • 364. GENERAL LINIMENT
      • 365. LIQUID BLISTER
      • 366. TO CURE CORNS
      • 367. WATER FARCY, OR DROPSY
      • 368. CLEANSING POWDER
      • 369. POLL EVIL
      • 370. GLANDERS
      • 371. FRESH WOUNDS
      • 372. THE LIVER
      • 373. BALLS FOR WORMS IN HORSES
      • 374. BALLS FOR HIDE BOUND
      • 375. HEALING OINTMENT
      • 376. GALLS ON HORSES
      • 377. GRUBS IN HORSES
      • 378. STIFF SHOULDERS OR SWEENEY
      • 379. SICK STOMACH IN HORSES
      • 380. LUNG FEVER
      • 381. EYE WASH FOR HORSES
      • 382. MANGE AND SURFEIT
      • 383. CONTRACTION OF THE NECK
      • 384. WHITE OINTMENT
      • 385. OLD HORSES YOUNG
      • 386. RHEUMATIC LINEAMENT
      • 387. TO KILL LICE ON CATTLE
      • 388. HORSES FROM FIRE
      • 389. SNOW BALLS
      • 390. ROT IN SHEEP
      • 391. DISTEMPER IN HOGS
      • 392. CURE FOR SWELLED CATTLE
      • 393. A TURKISH PREPARATION FOR LADIES
      • 394. MINCE PIE
      • 395. HONEY CAKE
      • 396. SODA BISCUITS
      • 397. BEEF STEAK
      • 398. WEDDING CAKE
      • 399. DOMESTIC YEAST
      • 400. TO PRODUCE MUSHROOMS
      • 401. HOW TO MAKE CIDER INTO WINE
      • 402. SUBSTITUTE FOR CREAM
      • 403. TO PRESERVE FRESH MEATS
      • 404. GRAFTING WAX
      • 405. FOR THE TEETH
      • 406. TO MAKE HAIR CURL
      • 407. TO PRESERVE PORK
      • 408. TO RESTORE TAINTED PORK
      • 409. FIRE-PROOF CEMENT
      • 410. BUG POISON
      • 411. DISINFECTING AGENT
      • 412. BOOTH PATENT
      • 413. GUM-ARABIC STARCH
      • 414. ROMAN OR MASTIC CEMENT
      • 415. PORTABLE BALLS
      • 417. CHOICE CEMENT
      • 418. MAHOGANY STAIN
      • 419. MAHOGANY COLOUR
      • 420. SATIN WOOD STAIN
      • 421. RED STAIN
      • 422. BROWN STAIN
      • 423. SCARLET STAIN
      • 424. BRUSH VARNISH
      • 425. TO BORE GLASS
      • 426. GERMAN SILVER
      • 427. BRASS
      • 428. CHEMICAL SOAP
      • 429. ENGLISH BAR SOAP
      • 430. BROWN WINDSOR SOAP
      • 431. YELLOW SOAP
      • 432. SOLID LARD CANDLES
      • 433. MEDICINES
      • 434. FOR DROPSY
      • 435. ANTIBILIOUS PILLS
      • 436. JAUNDICE
      • 437. ASTHMA
      • 438. DR. DEWEES' ANTI-COLIC MIXTURE
      • 439. DR. HUN'S ANTI-DIARRHOEAL MIXTURE
      • 440. HOPE'S MIXTURE
      • 441. ANTI-CHOLERA MIXTURE
      • 442. FOR HYSTERIC FITS
      • 443. ANTI-ASTHMATIC MIXTURE
      • 444. ANTI-RHEUMATIC MIXTURE
      • 445. ANTI-RHEUMATIC LINIMENT
      • 446. DIURETIC MIXTURE
      • 447. SWEATING MIXTURE
      • 448. FOR CRAMP IN THE STOMACH
      • 449. FOR HOOPING COUGH
      • 451. TONIC MIXTURE
      • 452. ANTI-PERIODIC MIXTURE
      • 453. EMMENAGOGUE MIXTURE
      • 454. ANTI-GOUT MIXTURE
      • 455. ANTI-GONORRHOEAL MIXTURE
      • 456. ANOTHER
      • 457. ASTRINGENT EYE-WATER
      • 458. EYE-WATER
      • 459. ALUM EYE-WATER
      • 460. GARGLE OF BORAX
      • 461. GARGLE FOR SORE THROAT
      • 462. OINTMENT FOR PILES
      • 463. OINTMENT FOR ITCH
      • 464. BLISTERING OINTMENT
      • 465. IODINE OINTMENT
      • 466. OINTMENT OF IODINE OF ZINC
      • 467. OINTMENT FOR CHILBLAINS
      • 468. OINTMENT FOR DISEASES OF THE SKIN
      • 469. EMOLLIENT OINTMENT
      • 470. POKE ROOT OINTMENT
      • 471. OINTMENT FOR HYDROCEPHALUS
      • 472. LINAMENT FOR BURNS
      • 473. VOLATILE LINAMENT
      • 474. ALKALINE CATAPLASM
      • 475. ANODYNE FOMENTATION
      • 476. COMMON CLYSTER
      • 477. ANODYNE CLYSTER
      • 478. INJECTION FOR LEUCORRHOEA
      • 479. ANOTHER
      • 480. ESSENCE OF BEEF
      • 481. IMPERIAL DRINK
      • 482. RINGWORM LOTION
      • 483. WHISKERS AND MOUSTACHES
      • 484. COUGH SYRUP
      • 485. BLACK SALVE
      • 486. SEIDLITZ POWDERS
      • 487. CAMPHOR ICE
      • 488. FOR SALT RHEUM
      • 489. ARTIFICIAL SKIN
      • 490. HAIR RESTORATIVE
      • 491. TO REMOVE WARTS AND CORNS
      • 492. CANCER IN THE SKIN
      • 493. FOR WORMS
      • 494. SPASMODIC CROUP
      • 495. FOR FLATULENCY
      • 496. FOR HICCOUGH
      • 497. FOR HEARTBURN
      • 498. ERYSIPELAS
      • 499. FOR FELON
      • 500. HAIR RESTORATIVE
      • 501. TO KILL RATS AND MICE WITHOUT POISON
      • 502. EYE WATER
      • 503. FOR CHRONIC GOUT AND RHEUMATISM
      • 504. FOR SICKNESS AND VOMITING
      • 505. LAXATIVE PILL
      • 506. FOR HEADACHE
      • 507. FOR MAKING SIZE
      • 508. FOR PASTE
      • 509. SKIRTING
      • 510. SKIRTING
      • 511. GRAIN BLACK
      • 512. ANTIDOTES FOR POISONS
      • 513. TREATMENT OF DROWNING
      • 514. ELASTIC CEMENT FOR BELTS
      • 515. GOOD SAMARITAN OR PAIN-KILLER
      • 516. DIAMOND PASTE FOR RAZORS
      • 517. FOR STAGGERS IN SHEEP
      • 518. WATER-PROOF FOR LEATHER
      • 519. TO BROWN GUN-BARRELS
      • 520. LIQUID GLUE
      • 521. TO TAKE INK SPOTS OUT OF MAHOGANY
      • 523. TO CLEAN SILVER FURNITURE
      • 524. A FINE BLACK VARNISH
      • 525. TO PAINT SAIL-CLOTH, SO AS TO MAKE IT PLIANT, DURABLE, AND WATER-PROOF
      • 526. PHOTOCROMATIC OIL PAINTING
      • 527. FOR THE COMPLEXION
      • 528. ORIENTAL CREAM OF ROSES
      • 529. INSTRUCTION FOR GILDING
      • 530. DIRECTIONS FOR SILVERING
      • 531. USING FRENCH POLISH
      • 532. LACQUER FOR BRASS
      • 533. TO CLEAN OLD BRASS WORK FOR LACQUERING
      • 534. TO PREPARE FISH OIL FOR PAINT
      • 535. PAINTING IN MILK
      • 536. ETHEREAL SOLUTION OF GOLD
      • 537. VARNISH POLISH
      • 538. VARNISH FOR COLOURED DRAWINGS
      • 539. VARNISH FOR GLASS
      • 540. TO CLEAN PICTURES
      • 541. ANOTHER METHOD
      • 543. VARNISH FOR BALLOONS
      • 544. TO PREPARE RENNET TO TURN MILK
      • 545. TO MAKE CHEESE
      • 546. TO PRESERVE CHEESE SOUND
      • 547. TO MAKE CREAM CHEESE
      • 549. GRECIAN PAINTING
      • 550. DIAPHANIE
      • 551. WATER-COLOURS USED IN DRAWING
      • 552. DIRECTIONS FOR MIXED COLOURS
      • 553. TO PREPARE WASH COLOURS FOR MAPS
      • 554. TO MIX WATER-COLOURS FOR ANIMALS
      • 555. FRUIT IN WATER-COLOURS
      • 556. TO PAINT FLOWERS
      • 557. BIRDS IN WATER-COLOURS
      • 558. LANDSCAPES IN WATER-COLOURS
      • 559. POTICHOMANIE
      • 560. COLOURING FOR CHEESE
      • 561. TO SHARPEN EDGE TOOLS
      • 562. BLUE COMPOSITION FOR DYEING
      • 563. TO GILD LETTERS ON VELLUM OR PAPER
      • 564. TO PRESERVE STRAWBERRY PLANTS
      • 565. MANAGEMENT OF STRAWBERRY PLANTS
      • 566. THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
      • 568. AN ILLUMINOUS BOTTLE
      • 569. CHINESE METHOD OF MENDING CHINA
      • 570. TO MAKE STILTON CHEESE
      • 571. TO PRESERVE BEER
      • 572. TO RECOVER SOUR BEER
      • 573. CARVACROL—THE NEW REMEDY FOR TOOTH-ACHE
      • 574. CAMPHOR CERATE FOR CHAPPED HANDS
      • 575. THE WAY TO WEALTH
      • 576. MAXIMS BY DR. FRANKLIN ON THE WAY TO WEALTH
      • 578. EXCELLENT PASTE
      • 579. BLACK CAKE
      • 580. MAIZE CAKE
      • 581. COMPOSITION CAKE
      • 582. GINGER BISCUITS AND CAKES
      • 583. TO SILVER IRON WITH SILVER FOIL
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