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" ... lapse of a few hours, by precipitating to the bottom the impure particles, so purify it that it will be found to possess nearly all the freshness and clearness of the finest spring water. "
The American Agriculturist - Page 222
1845
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The American Agriculturist, Volume 3

1844
...consistency that an egg will swim in it when put in. Eggs are thus preserved two years. Ellsworth's Report. Simple Mode of Purifying Water, It is not...alum possesses the property of purifying water. A tnblespoonful of pulverized alum, sprinkled into n hogshead of wnter, (the wnler stirred at the time,)...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 41

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1844
...fairies no doubt he is entitled by letters patent, to wear Oberon's arms over his door. VN Simple Mode of Purifying Water, It is not so generally...alum possesses the property of purifying water. A table spoonful of pulverised alum sprinkled into a hogshead of water (the water stirred at the time)...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 41

1844
...fairies no doubt he is entitled by letters patent, to wear Oberon's arms over his door. VN Simple Mode of Purifying Water. It Is not so generally...alum possesses the property of purifying water. A table spoonful of pulverised alum sprinkled into a h'.j.'sli<';uJ of water (the water stirred at the...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 41

1844
...the fairies no doubt he is emilled by letters patent, to wear Oberou's arms over his door. VN Simple Mode of Purifying Water. It is not so generally...ought to be, that pounded alum possesses the property uf purifying water. A table spoonful of pulverised alum sprinkled into a hogshead of water (the water...
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British Farmer's Magazine, Issue 9

1845
...that of the external air, and during the rest of the year should be as similar to it as possible. ' It is not so generally known as it ought to be, that the return to a hot stable is quite as dangerous as the change from a heated atmosphere to a cold and...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volume 1; Volume 9

1744
...Avoid all frictions -iiiitil respiration shall be in some degree restored. SIMPLE MB ANS.TO PURIFY WATER. It is not so generally known as it ought...alum possesses the property of purifying water. A large tablespoonful of pulverised alum sprinkled into a hogshead of water (the water =tirred round...
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The jubilee of the Methodist new connexion, a memorial of the origin ...

Methodist New Connexion (England) - 1848 - 450 pages
...occurs. He is stated to have travelled one year as a circuit preacher, and he is stationed in Manchester. It is not so generally known as it ought to be, that to the New Connexion belongs the honour and joy, of having brought this extraordinary man from obscurity,...
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Protestant Nonconformity: A Sketch of Its General History, with an Account ...

John Angell James - 1849 - 279 pages
...minister, of whom the following mention is made in the " Jubilee Memorial of the New Connexion." " It is not so generally known as it ought to be, that to the New Connexion belongs the honour and joy of having brought this extraordinary man from obscurity...
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The People's Medical Journal, and Family Physician, Issue 1512, Volume 1

1850
...convenient fen of the bed-room. SIMPLE MODE OF PCRIFYINO WATER. It is not so generally known T;it onjht to be that pounded alum possesses the property of purifying water. A tabie-spoonful of pulverised alnm sprinkled into a hogshead of water (the *;iter stirred at the time)...
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Scientific Dialogues for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young People ...

Jeremiah Joyce - 1852 - 362 pages
...found it was over my head ; but there were several persons there who soon put me in shallower water. F. It is not so generally known as it ought to be, that the depth of a clear stream of water is always one-fourth part greater than it appears to be.* C. If...
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