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X. Preservation of provisions

II - in an unaltered state.
1. Facilitating the
perfect application
of the preservative
ingredients in the
way of potting.
2 – salting.
3 – preserving in
sugar.
4 – in vinegar.
5- in compound
pickles.
6 Assisting preservation
in the way
of drying - See Exsiccation.
1. Fish.

2. Green Legumes


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XI. Preservation of miscellaneous substances.

I – by removal of the
air considered as a
cause of deterioration
1. Preserving the decoction
of Quercitron
Bark from being
spoiled by boiling
heat applied for
the purpose of evaporation.
See Bancroft 321.
2. Extraction of Air
bubbles from glass
while in the melting
pot in the instance
of achromater
glass for telescopes.
3 –in the instance
of glass for cooking
glasses.

II. by removal of the
air considered as an
obstacle to the introduction
of preservative
ingredients :i:e
to impregnation.
1. Tanning slides.
2. Tanning Entrails.
3. Tanning the skin of furrs.
4. Impregnating
wood with saline
or oliaginous substances
with a view
to preservation from
decay.
3. Impregnating
wood with saline
substances with a
view to preservation
from fire.


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XII. Heat assistant
to exhaustion in the case of

1. Impregnation;
See Impregnation
V. Colouring VII.
XI. Preservation, II.
2. Exsiccation - See
Exsiccation.

XIII. Condensation,
subsequent assistance
to exhaustion
– in the cases of

1. Impregnation
See V. Impregnation.
VII. Colouring: XI
Preservation II
2. Exsiccation See
Exsiccation
3. When air has been
expelled from one
Chamber by Exhaustion,
a fluid may
be forced into it by
a condensing Engine
working into another
Chamber communicating
by a Pope &
Stop Cock with the
first


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XIII. Vesels for preserved provisions, &c

1. Tanned entrails
2. Dried entrails
3. Bladders.
4. Barrels externally
coated with tallow or another
solid oil.
5. Barrels lined with
sheer lead for soldering
6. Boxes lined with
sheer lead for soldering
7. Vessels of tinned copper.
8. Glasses
9. Earthen-ware.


Identifier: | JB/169/206/002
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 169.

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Box

169

Main Headings

panopticon versus new south wales

Folio number

206

Info in main headings field

condensation &c

Image

002

Titles

Category

plan

Number of Pages

2

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

Penner

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Paper Producer

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

57026

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