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" These observations show, that there is some foundation for the vulgar opinion of workmen, concerning what is technically called the feeding of leather in the slow method of tanning ; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted... "
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Page 274
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1803
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1803 - 546 pages
...technically called the feeding of leather in the slow method of tanning ; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted for an unnecessary...of theory that have as yet been made known. On the fifst view it appears singular that, in those Cases of tanning where extractive matter forms a certain...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1803 - 572 pages
...importance in the theory of the art: but, at the same time, it is observed by Mr. Davy, that ' its processes appear to have arrived, in consequence of repeated...elucidations of theory that have as yet been made known.' In the progress of his inquiries, the ingenious author is necessarily led to an analysis of the different...
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Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand), Sir Humphry Davy - 1809 - 434 pages
...technically called \hefecding of leather in the slow method of tanning ; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted for an unnecessary...have arrived, in consequence of repeated practical experir nients, at a degree of perfection which cannot be very far extended by means of any elucidations...
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Conversations on Chemistry...: To which are Added, Some Late Discoveries On ...

Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand) - 1814 - 432 pages
...time, yet, in general, they appear to h?' arrived, in consequence of repeated practical exr H h incuts, at a degree of perfection which cannot be very far...of any elucidations of theory that have as yet been known." It was first suspected by Sir Joseph Banks, and afterwards confirmed by the experiments of...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1817 - 902 pages
...technically culled the feeding of leather in the slow method of tanning ; and though the processes of the art may, in some cases, be protracted for an unnecessary...a degree of perfection •which cannot be very far extend«! by means of any elucidations of theory that have as yet been known." As a vast quantity of...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1817 - 928 pages
...though the frocesees of the *rt may, in some cases, be protracted for an unnecessary length of tini", yet in general they appear to have arrived, in consequence...far extended by means of any elucidations of theory diat have as yet been known." As a vast quantity of bark may easily be obtained in countries that arc...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising ..., Volume 2

Alexander Jamleson - 1821 - 456 pages
...of tunning; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted for an Jinnecessary length of time, yet, in general, they appear to have...of any elucidations of theory that have as yet been known. 581. Currying. The art of carrying consists in rendering tanned skins supple, of uniform density,...
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Elements of Science and Art: Being a Familiar Introduction to ..., Volume 2

John Imison - 1822 - 488 pages
...technically called the feeding of leather in the slow method of tanning ; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted for an unnecessary...of any elucidations of theory that have as yet been known." As a vast quantity of bark may easily be obtained in countries that are covered with natural...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1825 - 892 pages
...to have £rriye,d,, in conscr -quence of repeated practical experiments, at a degree of perfectipij which cannot be very far extended by means of any elucidations of theory that have as yet been known." " / As a vast quantity of bark may easily be obtained in countries tfra| are covered with natural...
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A Dictionary of Mechanical Science, Arts, Manufactures, and ..., Volume 2

Alexander Jamieson - 1829 - 654 pages
...technically called \\\e feeding of leather in the slow method of tanning; and though the processes of the art may in some cases be protracted for an unnecessary...of perfection which cannot be very far extended by menus of any elucidations of theory that have as vet been know o. Currying. The art of currying consists...
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