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Original 1886 First Edition of “The Techno Chemical Receipt Book: Containing Several Thousand Receipts, Covering the Latest, Most Important and Most Useful Discoveries in Chemical Technology, and Their Practical Application in the Arts and the Industries” by Dr. Winckler :: Published by Henry Carey Baird & Co. Philadelphia :: Measures 5 1/2 x 7 3/4" :: Complete with 495 Pages + Ads.
CONDITION: A tightly bound copy, generally clean pages throughout, pencil writing on page 495, some looseness to title page, complete with all pages and illustrations; overall a very attractive copy of this 126 year old Receipt book.
THE TECHNO CHEMICAL RECEIPT BOOK is a antique Victorian recipe book covering subjects from Fireworks, to Household Receipts, Dyeing, Tanning, Cookery, Beer Making, Liquor Making, Photography, Pharmaceutical Receipts and everything in between.
In the Preface, the authors state:
“The principal aim in preparing The Techno-Chemical Receipt Book has been to give an accurate and compendious collection of approved receipts and processes of practical application in the industries, and for general purposes. The work is essentially what it claims to be—a receipt book; and all theoretical reasoning and historical detail have been omitted. Popular and simple descriptions have, wherever possible, been preferred to technical and scientific language. The materials have been principally derived from German technical literature, which is especially rich in receipts and processes which are to be relied on; most of them having been practically tested by competent men before being given to the public.”
As a whole, the Techno Chemical Receipt book contains nearly 7,000 thousand recipes and is illustrated throughout with Seventy-Eight Engravings.
The contents include:
Bitters, Cordials, Elixirs, Liqueurs, Ratafias And Essences; Extracts, Tinctures, And Waters Used In Their Manufacture, And The Manner Of Coloring Them:
Mode of coloring cordials, liqueurs, etc.; Coloring substances, Essences, extracts, tinctures, and waters; Absinthe tincture; Ambergris essence; Angelica essence ; Anise-seed essence and extract; Anise-seed tincture; Aromatic tincture; Barbadoes essence; Bergamot essence; Bitter almond essences, Bitter essences; Bitter extract for Grinewald bitters; Calamus tinctures; Caraway essence (Cumin essence); Cardamon extracts; Cherry extract; Cherry water; Chocolate essence; Cinnamon essence; Clove essence; Coffee essence; Cognac essence; English bitters essence; Fennel essence; Gold water essence; Herb cordial essence; Juniper berry essences; Lavender essence; Lemon essence; Mace extract; Marjoram essence; Musk essence; Nut essence; Nutmeg essence; Orange-blossom extract; Orange-blossom water; Orange juice; Orange peel extract; Parfait d'Amour essence; Peach essences; Peppermint essences; Quince essence; Raspberry extracts; Raspberry water; Rose essence; Rose water; Rosemary essence; Sage essence; Spanish bitters essence; Strawberry extract; Strengthening tincture; Vanilla essence; Vanilla water and tincture; Wormwood essence; Elixir; Angel elixir; Elixir de St. Aur; Elixir-Colombat: Elixir of life; Elixir Monpou; Elixir des Troubadours; Elixir vital; Juniper elixir; Tabourey elixir; Bitters, cordials, liqueurs and ratafias; Anise-seed cordials; Anisette cordial; French anisette; Holland anisette; Angelica cordial; Aqua Bianca; Aqua reale; Aquaturco liqueur; Aromatic cordial; Ambergris water; Berlin bitters; Bitter Rossoli; Breslau bitter cordial; Calamus liqueur; Cardinal water; Cardinal dc Rome; Carminative cordial; Capuchin cordial; Chartreuse; Cherry liqueur; Cherry cordial; Chocolate liqueur; Christofle; Citronelle; Crambainbuli; Danzig crambambuli; Cumin cordial (Kummel); Cumin liqueur; Curacoa; French and Holland curacoa; Eau Americaine; Eaud'Amour; Eaud'Argent; Eau d'Ardelle; Eau d'Absynth Citronn; Eau de Cypre; Eau de Dauphin; Eau de Napoleon; Eau d'Orieut; Eau d'Or (Gold water) 21 Eau de Paradise; Eau des Princesses; Eau Precieuse; Eau royale; Eau deSante; Eau de Sept Graines; English bitters; Greek bitters; Hamburg bitters; Juniper liqueur; Koch's herb extract; Maraschino; Mogador; Nectar; Orange peel cordial; Parfait d'Amour; Peach cordial; Peppermint cordials; Polish water; Polish whiskey; Quince cordial (Quittico); Rosemary cordial; Rossolio de Turin; Rostopschin; Scubac; Soya aqua vitae; Spanish bitters; Stettin bitters; Stomach bitters; Vienna stomach bitters; Swiss cordial; Thiem's bitters; Tivoli cordial; Trappistine; Vanilla cordial; Veritable extrait d'absinthe; Vienna bitters; Wormwood cordial; Ratafias; Barbadoes ratafia; Cocoa ratafia; Citronat-ratafia; Claret ratafia; English bitters ratafia; Fennel ratafia; Ginger ratafia; Ratafia Chinoise (Chinese liqueur); Ratafia de Grenoble; Mulberry ratafia; Orange ratafia; Apple ratafia; Pear ratafia; Stomachic ratafia; Celery, Scotch, Vanilla and Wormwood ratafias
Artificial Karlsbad water; Artificial koumiss; Balm of Gilead; Balsam of horehound for colds and asthma; Bitter elixir; Bland's female pills; Blistering ointment; Blume's remedy for spavin, etc.; Camphor ice; Cheltenham salts; Cod-liver oil and iodide of iron; Compound Storax pills; Dolorifuge elixir anti-odontalgique; Edinburgh stomachic elixir; Glycerine collodion; English peppermint lozenges; Erasing powder; Hofif's malt beer; Improved collodion styptic; Iodoform (Vulpius formula); Iodoform pencils; Aromatic balsam; Locatelli's balsam for wounds and ulcers; Soap balsam for sprains; Gelatine capsules for medicinal purposes; English plaster; Malt extract; Malt extract with iron, with lime, with quinine, with pepsin, and with iodide of iron; Neutral citrate of magnesium (Cornelis); Neutralizing the taste of cod-liver oil; New American patent medicines; Phosphorole; Fluid hydrastis; Lacto-pepsin; Thermaline; Oleum aromaticum compostium (spice oil for kitchen use); Opodeldoc; Pepsin wine with malt (Ernst Schmidt, of Lille); Plastic bandage; Simple and compound lead plasters; Preparation of sticking plaster; New sticking plaster by Dr. A. Hewson; Galbanum and saffron plaster; Saffron plaster; Soap plaster; Powdered camphor; Buchner's antarthritic paper; English antarthritio paper.
Bengal lights; Quick matches; White fire; Mobr's white fire; White fire for theatres; Greenish-white fire; Bluish-white fire; Red fire; Braunschweiger's red fire; Holtz's red fire; Red fire mixtures; Purple fire; Rose-red light; Red-orange fire; Dark-violet, pale-violet, and blue fires; Dark-blue and pale-blue fires; Blue fire with a bluish-green flame; Green fire; Green fire according to Braunschweiger; Other receipts for green fire; Pale-green fire; Dark-green fire; Yellow fire; Other colored fireworks; White, red, green, and blue stars; Bluish-green, yellowish-green, and yellow stars; White, red,green, blue, bluish-green, and yellow candles; Japanese matches; Prof. Bottger's imitation of Japanese matches; Fireworks for use in rooms according to Perron; Pharaoh's serpents; Harmless substitute for Pharaoh's serpents
Blasting Compounds, Blasting Powder, Dynamite, Gun-cotton, Gunpowder, Nitro-glycerine, Fulminates, Etc.:
Nitro-glycerine; Mowbray's process of manufacturing nitro-glycerine; R. Biittgcr's process of manufacturing nitro-glycerine; Dynamite and various formula: of making cellulose dynamite; Lithofracteur; Dittmar's dualin; New dynamite by Anthoine & Genaud; Carboazotine; Brise-rocs; Pudrolith; Pyrolith; Trets' blasting powder; Frozen dynamite; Augendre's white powder; Hafenegger's gun and blasting powder; Dr. Borlinetto's gunpowder; Sharp & Smith's patent gunpowder; Spence's powder for cannon of large calibre; Non-explosive powder; Green's blasting powder; Giant dynamite; Blasting compound from potato-starch; Martinson's new blasting powder; To protect blasting agents containing nitro-glycerine and ammonium nitrate from moisture, and to prevent the exudation of the nitro-glycerine; Giant powder; Faure & French's Blasting compound; Gun-cotton; New blasting compounds; Peralite; Jaime; New blasting compound from a combination of honey and glycerine; Preparation of blasting compounds by directly nitrating crude tar oils; Gelatinous nitro-glycerine; "Forcite;" Cartridge shells of easily combustible substances; Fulminate of mercury; Fulminate of silver; Fulminating platinum; Fulminating gold
Dyeing Woollen And Cotton Goods And Yarns, Silk, Straw Hats, Felt Hats, Kid Gloves, Horsehair, Etc. Mordants:
Cleansing old silk to be dyed; Dyeing silks of various colors; To dye woollen goods and yarns; Dark blue; Blue (dark fugitive color); Gens d'Armes blue on loose wool, yarns, and piece goods; Various shades of brown; Brown (sanders wood, fast); Chamois; Various shades of gray; Green: Olive and brownish olive; Lilac; Orange; Yellows; Cotton goods and yarns: To dye black, chocolate-brown, chamois, crimson; Gold color (cotton for fringes, etc.); Silver-gray; Dark green; Mineral green; Yellow; Chrome-yellow; To dye wool, silk, and cotton with aniline colors: Fuchsine on wool; Fuchsine on silk (bluish shade); Fuchsine on cotton; Eosine on wool; Eosine on silk ; Eosine on cotton; Scarlet and erythrosine on wool; Violet on wool; Violet on silk; Aniline blue (blue, light blue, and soluble blue); On wool and silk; On cotton; Alkali blue; For 100 pounds of wool; Light blue on cotton; China blue on cotton; Dahlia and primula; Methyl-violet; Methyl and emerald-green; Wool, silk, and cotton; Woollen yarn; Malachite green; Napthaline colors (ponceau, orange, and Bordeaux) on woollen yarn and piece goods; Composition of tin; To dye silk and cotton with napthaline colors; Acetate of alumina free from lead; To dye felt hats with aniline colors; To dve felted fabrics with aniline colors; To dye mother-of-pearl with aniline colors; To dye straw and straw hats, black, chestnut-brown, silver-gray, and violet; To dye kid gloves; Morocco-red; Gray; To dye kid gloves orange-yellow; To dye horsehair black, blue, brown, and red; To dye imitation corals; Annualizing of hemp, jute, etc.; Mordants: Olivier's mixtures as substitutes for tartar in dyeing wool; Huilard's substitute for tartar in dyeing wool black; Mordant for dark red on cottons; Mordant for light red on cottons; Mordants for scarlet, light scarlet, crimson, rose-red, fiery red, purple, and violet on cottons; Manner of preparing the mordants; Use of metallic sulphides as mordants in dyeing cottons with aniline colors; Practical directions for dyeing cotton yarn Turkey-red with alizarine; To prepare the so-called Turkey-red oil; English alizarin oil (Patent oil); A new dye
Alcoholic solution of gelatine; Alkaline gelatine developer; Chloride of silver and gelatine emulsion; Claudet's instantaneous positive paper; Cleansing mixture for glass plates; Cleansing fluid for glass plates; Clear caoutchouc solutions; Damson's tannin plates; Receipt for the collodion cotton; Collodion ; Solution of tannin; Developerfor gelatine plates (Mottu, of Amsterdam); Davanne's intensifier; H. W. Vogel's developing solution of oxalate of iron; Direction for calculating focus distances for enlarging pictures; Email photographs; Gelatine emulsions (Abney); Glace or enamelled photographs; Gold and fixing baths; Toning bath; New intensifying bath for gelatine negatives; New developer for bromide of silver dry plates; New method of preparing emulsion ; New photo- printing receipts; Preliminary preparation; Chrome-gelatine layer; Fixing solution; Fluid for drawing off negatives; Painting the operating-room; Petschler's new dry method of preparing plates; Photo-diaphanie, or process of transferring photographs together with the albumen layer on glass, porcelainj etc.; Photo-emulsions; Improvements by H. "W. Vogel; Photo-printing without a press; Photographic process with phosphorescent substances; Photographic reproduction; Platiuotypy; Precipitation of gold from old toning baths; Rapid method; Sensitive collodion; Developers for children and for adults; Rapid collodion process by Borlinetto; Neutral silver bath ; Developing bath; Fixing bath; Regaining silver from residues of gelatine emulsions; Removing the negative layer from the glass plate; Reproduction of photo-negatives; Sensitive collodion emulsion; Sensitive photo-paper; Simple and quick process of preparing pyrogallic acid; Sutton's new developer; Sutton's weak silver-bath for albuminized paper; Toning bath with calcium chloride and sodium acetate by Parkinson; Transfer paper with collodio-chloride of silver; Various practical receipts; Collodion for hot weather; Collodion for outside work; Developer; Silver bath; Developer for landscapes; After developer; Good intensifying bath; Solution for preparing paper; Silver bath; Developer; Fixing bath; Negative lacquer with castor oil; Various receipts for the gelatine process; Edwards' glycerine developer; Dr. Eder's oxalate of iron developer; Nelson's developer; Bedford's developer; Abney's intensifying bath; Varnishes; Good negative lacquer; Retouching varnish; Elastic lacquer; Excellent lacquer for photographs; Vibrotypes; Photographs on wood; Worthly's negative process, without intensifying bath; Collodion; Developer for negatives; Varnish for negatives; Polishing glass plates
Cocoa And Chocolate:
Machines required for manufacture of chocolate; Receipts for ordinary and spiced chocolate; Receipts for fine Spanish spiced, for Vienna, Paris, Milan, Hygienic, and Iceland moss chocolates; Chocolate with meat extract; Iron chocolate; Chocolate with carbonate of iron; Racahout des Arabes; Dr. Koeben's nourishing and healing powder; Vakaka indorum; Palamaud or Palmgr8ne or allataim du harem; White Chocolate
To prepare elacosaccharum,or oil sugar; Malt and orange sugars; Pectoral troches; Pectoral, raspberry, carrot, cream, and malt bonbons; Cream walnuts; To prepare bonbons of caramel sugar with soft filling; Sweetmeats (conserves); Chocolate and orange sweetmeats; Orange blossom, rose, jasmine, carnation, vanilla, filbert, heliotrope, angelica, lemon, cinnamon, cherry, peppermint, and love sweetmeats; Sweet smelling and violet sweetmeats; Medicinal sweetmeats: Spoonwort, water cress, antiscorbutic sweetmeats; Creme du cafe; Creme du chocolade; Coated filberts; Roasted almonds and filberts; Coated chestnuts; Candied cherries; Glazed almonds; Coated orange blossoms; Candied oranges; Peppermint drops; Punch drops; Lozenges: Spice for lozenges; Chinese, lemon, peppermint, ginger, and stomachic lozenges; Cherry marmalade; Iceland moss, isinglass, gelatine, buckhorn, sago, tapioca, and Irish moss jellies; Ground mass for creme (Creme fondant); Red color for sweetmeats, jellies, etc.; Innoxious green color for candies; Receipts for preparing bandoline or Fixateur; baking powder
Food And Food Preparations:
Soup extract; Meat flour; Pressed feed for horses; Strengthening foods known as " Dictamia " and " Palamoud ;" Soup tablets; Stilton cheese as prepared in England; Honey from beets and carrots; To prepare potato flour for soups; Meat biscuit; Apparatus and method fur preparing a substitute for coffee; Bread for horse-feed; Pudding powders (vanilla); Almond and chocolate puddings; Manufacture of artificial butter; Margarine; Jlege's process for oleomargarine; Other processes for oleomargarine; Tables of the composition of the best-known milk foods for children; Condensed milk; Infants' food; Receipts for Vienna economical butters; Ambrosia; Hydroleine
Fruit And Other Syrups:
American syrups for mineral waters and lemonades; Receipts for lemon syrups; Mulberry, vanilla, vanilla cream, and cream syrups; Ginger, pineapple, strawberry, peach, raspberry, currant, cherry, and orange syrups; Sherbet, nectar, coffee, and wintergreen syrups; Maple syrup; Chocolate syrups; White or red wine syrup; Coffee cream syrup; Solferino syrup; Ambrosia syrup; Orgeat syrup; Milk punch syrup; Champagne syrup; Sherry cobbler syrup; Orange-flower syrup; Cinnamon syrup; Ginger beer syrup; How to clarify sugar syrups; Marshmallow, balsam, and barberry syrups; Blackberry, lemon, camomile, manna, rhubarb, saffron, senna, Seneca root, licorice, violet, cinnamon, egg, and cochineal syrups; Syrup of ferrous nitrate
Liquors And Beverages: Beer, Brandy, Gin, Whiskey, Wines, Etc.:
Beer brewing; Fabrication of malt; Steeping; Germinating (couching); Kiln-drying; Preparation of the liquor containing the dextrine and sugar (mashing); Boiling the wort with hops ; Cooling; Fermentation; Improved brewing process; New brewing process; Clarifying beer; Flaxseed pulp for clarifying beer; Brewers' pitch; Brown brewers' pitch; Hop pitch; Glaze for beer barrels; Glaze of Prof. Artemus; Testing beer for foreign bitter substances; Pure beer; Acid mixtures; Petroleum-ether; Benzole; Chloroform; Ammoniacal shakings; Beer wort; Wormwood; Benzole and chloroform; Marsh rosemary (sedum palustre); Bog bean; Marsh trefoil; Quassia; Colchicum seeds; Indian berries (cocculi Indici), petroleum ether, and benzole; Colocynths; Willow bark; Strychnine; Atropin ; Hyoscyamin ; Aloes; Gentian root; Determination of glycerine in dark and light beers; Alcohol and compressed yeast from uncrushed cereals without the use of steam-pressure; To convert alcohol of 70 per cent, into 90 per cent, in the cold way; To purify alcohol obtained from beets and molasses; To purify alcohol; To prepare absolute alcohol; Manufacture of cognac; Artificial cognacs; Dutch method of distilling and manufacture of compressed (dry) yeast; Mashing; Setting (Anstellen); Clarifying the wash; Receipt for Holland gin; Rum (Facon rum); To destroy fusil oil (amyl alcohol); To purify alcohol and liquors; To remove the taste of the barrel from whiskey; Wines; Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne; Artificial Champagnes; Champagne liqueur; Chandon et Moet (green seal); Louis Roderer (green and bronze seal); Heidesick et cie (sealed with tinfoil). LembergGeldermann et Deittz (sealed with tinfoil); Schneider; Fleur de Sillery; Jacquesson et fils; Madeira; Malaga; Essence de Goudron; Port wine; To improve wine must; Remedy for ropiness or viscidity of wines; To remove the taste of the barrel from wine
Tobacco, Smoking Tobacco, Snuff, Sternutative Powders, Etc.:
Smoking tobaccos; Brazilian tobacco; "Legitimo;" Havana leaf ; Ordinary American leaf tobacco; Chinese or star tobacco; Canaster; Half canaster; Maracaibo tobacco; Ostend tobacco; Petit canaster; Petum optimum, according to the Dutch process; Portocarero tobacco; Porto Rico tobacco, according to the Dutch process; Porto Rico tobacco from ordinary leaf; Swicent tobacco (Englisn process); Swicent tobacco (ordinary); Sweet-scented tobacco; Varinas tobacco; Improvement of inferior qualities of tobacco; To remove the disagreeable smell and taste of inferior qualities of tobacco; Snuff manufacture; Barenburg snuff; Bergamot snuff; Dutch Musino snuff; Espaniol or Sevilla snuff; Frankfort snuff; Parisian Rappee; Rappee (genuine); St. Vincent Rappee; Sternutative (sneezing) powders; Green sternutatory; Variegated sternutatory; White sternutatory; Sternutatories for cold in the head; Corrizinio; Perfumes for cigars; Turkish smoking tobacco; To impart to common American tobacco the flavor of Havana; New process of preparing tobacco; Preparation of leaf for cigars
Household And Rural Economy:
How to construct a table fountain; Pine leaves or "needles" as a substitute for hair, feathers, etc.; To keep milk from souring; Mass for artificial flowers and fruits; Simple process for preparing potato flour; Roasted malt as a substitute for coffee; Lemonade powder; Champagne powder; Champagne mixture; Currant champagne; English champagne; Fruit champagne; Fruit ?wines; Apple wine (cider, English process; Cider (Normandy process); ?Apple champagne (champagne cider); Birch wine; Blackberry wine; Cherry, currant, damson, elderberry, ginger, honey, and orange wines; Orange wine with lemon; Raisin wine; Raspberry wine; Remedy for warts; Remedy for chilblains; Remedy for corns; Ginger beer; English ginger beer; Spruce beer; English spruce beer; Root beer; To prepare fly paper; Fly paper free from poison; Persian insect powder; To destroy insects and worms infesting wall paper, etc.; To preserve animal skins; To preserve stuffed animals; To destroy insects infesting herbaria and collections of insects; To protect woollen goods and furs; Hager's mixtures for preserving cloth and furs; Receipts for destroying moths; For the destruction of bed-bugs and other insects; For the destruction of fleas on dogs, horses, and cattle; To destroy cockroaches, mosquitoes, and gnats; To drive away ants from closets, etc.; To drive rats away from a building; Phosphorous paste for destroying rats and mice; To destroy field-rats and mice; London purple for the destruction of insects (Prof. C. V. Riley); Hager's universal composition for the destruction of vermin; For the destruction of phylloxera (vine grub); Simple disinfectant; Disinfecting powder of Max Friedrich; Efficacious disinfectants; To cleanse lacquered and stained articles of wood; To cut and pierce rubber corks; To protect stone and brick walls from moisture; Rosin as a protection against moisture in walls; To prevent rust on iron; To prevent wooden posts from rotting; Excellent wash for wood and stone; Brilliant whitewash closely resembling paint; Utilization of chicken feathers; Preservation of wooden labels; Collodion for plant slips; To destroy stumps of trees; To prepare beef tea; To disguise the taste of cod-liver oil; Remedy for hoarseness; Extract of elder blossoms; Belladonna ointment; Cantharides ointment; Compound chloride of sulphur ointment; Compound lead ointment; Creosote ointment; Elderberry ointment; Elemi ointment; Gall-nut ointment; Hemlock ointment; Iodide of lead ointment; Iodide of mercury ointment; Iodide of potassium ointment; Iodide of sulphur ointment; Lead ointments; Litharge ointment; Prussian lead ointment; Saxon lead ointment; White lead ointment; Lead cerate; Mercury ointment; Opium ointment; Pitch ointment; Savin ointment; Spermaceti ointment; Sulphur ointments; Tar ointment; Tartar emetic ointment; Zinc ointment; Ammonia liniment; Camphor liniment; Compound camphor liniment; Lime liniment; Opium liniment; Soap liniment; Turpentine liniment; Verdigris liniment; Betton's celebrated cattle liniment (critical oil); Turkish balsam for fresh wounds; To soften hard water; To keep tallow and lard from becoming rancid; To purify rancid butter; To purify rancid fat; Dougal's powder for purifying the air in stables; To remove foul air from wells; To keep ice without an ice-house; To keep fruits in ice-houses; Substitute for coffee; To preserve canvas, cordage, etc.; Stove-polishing compound; Wiggen's process of purifying lard and tallow; Manure salt from urine; Solution of guano for flowers; Substitute for guano; Manure from coal ashes; Manure for turnips, rutabagas, etc.; Stockhard's manure mixture for vegetable gardens; Manure powder from blood; Manure from waste animal substances.
Incombustible wicks; Metallic wicks; Material for preparing incombustible torches; Gas from cork; Naphtha ether, a new illuminating material; Air-tight and flexible tissue for dry gas-meters; To detect a leak in a gas-pipe; Improvement in dry meters; Apparatus for manufacturing illuminating gas from ligroin and air by the cold method; Purification of illuminating gas; Preparation of wicks for stearine candles; "Melanyl" candles; To coat tallow candles with a hard substance which will not crack; To color paraffine, wax, stearic acid, etc., black; Coloring tallow; Junemann's process of producing white and hard tallow candles burning with a large flame and consuming the wick; Fabrication of stearine candles without the use of presses and other expensive machinery; New automatic gas lighter
Leather, Tanning And Dyeing, Including Furs, Etc.:
New tanning process; Quick tanning process ; Manufacture of calf-kid in Philadelphia; To depilate hides; Curriers' black gloss; Heating the liquor in tanning; Heinzerling's quick method of tanning; Boegel's process of quick tanning; Jungschlager's process of quick tanning; New process of depilating hides; To prepare transparent leather; To preserve and water-proof skins; To prepare calf leather with a white flesh-side smooth as a mirror; To preserve the yelks of eggs used in tanning glove leather; To preserve hair in a tannery ; To improve hides and skins j Dyeing leather; Azure on tawed white leather; Black on leather; Blue on leather; Red on morocco; Saffron-yellow on leather; Dyeing of chamois skins; Black, green, gray, tan, yellow, and yellowish-brown; Dyes for ordinary tawed leather; Blue, camel-brown, chestnut-brown; Coffee-brown, flesh color, garnet, green, lilac, olive-green, orange, rose color, scarlet, violet, and dark and pale yellow; Dyes for kid leather, azure, black, brown, English gray, French green; Gray, gray-brown, gray-green, gray stone color, green stone color, light and dark green, olive and orange-brown, orange-red, pensee, or violet-blue, silver gray, straw color; Apparatus and process for dyeing and patterning animal skins; To dye rabbit skins black; To dye sheep skins brown; Process of dyeing naturally white skins, or skins with naturally white points, various shades of brown, leaving the points white; Imitation of sable skins; To protect furs against moths; To tan linen, hempen, and Cotton fabrics ; To give leather the smell of Russia leather
Perfumery, Aromatic vinegars, Cosmetics, Extracts, Hair Oils, Pomades, Powders, Washes, Fumigating Articles, Etc.:
Extraction of perfume from flowers; Manufacture of perfumery; Eau des Alpes; Eau de Cologne (Otto's, Thillave's, and Wagner's); Eau de lavande ambra; Eau de Paris; Empress Eugenie's nosegay; Esprit de patchouli; Esprit de rose triple; Esprit de toilet Francaise; Ess. bouquet; Extrait violet; Extract of iris; Jockey club; Heliotrope; Millefleur; Moss rose and musk extracts; New garden nosegay; New mown hay, Styrax, Tonka bean, and vanilla extracts; Victoria extract; West End and white rose bouquets; Ylang-ylang; Ambergris, Aromatic, Clover, Jasmine, Lavender, Musk, Orange-blossom, Rose, and toilette vinegars; Vanilla vinegar; Vinaigre de Beautc; Vinaigre des Dames; Vinaigrc ?arouiatique de J. V. Bully; Vinaigre d'Hcbe (to remove freckles); Cucumber essence; Cucumber milk; Lily essence; Narval bouquet; Moss rose essence; Odeur fin national; Tea rose essence; Violettede Bois; White rose essence; Hair oils; Flower oil; Good and cheap hair oils; Hamilton's hair oil; Huile antique a la Bergamotte; Huile antique a l'Heliotrope; Huile a la l'Heliotrope; Huile a l'Oeillet; Huile antique a la Vanille; Huile de Millefleurs et de Pot-pourri; Pot-pourri oil; Macassar oil; Sweet-scented oil; Lime-juice and glycerine hair oil; Pomades; CrSme Celeste; Creme Cristallisee; Glycerine balsam; Ice pomade; Neroli pomade; Pomade (Wagner); Pomade (Winterberg); Pomade a la Duchesse; Pomade au bouquet; Pomade divine; Red and rose pomades; Stick and beard pomatum; Held's beard pomatums; Hungarian moustache pomatum; Stick pomades; Hair restorers, tonics, washes, etc.; American shampooing liquid to promote the growth of hair; Bandolines; Bay-rum hair tonic; Biihlingen's hair tonic; Cheap and efficacious hair tonic; Cheap hair wash; Eau de lustre (for dressing the hair); Glycerine wash; Rosemary hair wash; Wash to remove dandruff; Hair dyes; Brown hair dye; Eau de Chine pour Noircir les Cheveux; Eau Lajeune; Hager's innoxious hair dye as a substitute for lead preparations; Innoxious hair dye; Turkish hair dye; Depilatory compounds; Sulphhydrate of sodium; Cosmetic and medicated waters; Anhalt water; Barege waters; Napoleon's bath; "Bretfeld water;" Cascarilla water; Creole water; Eau Athenienne; Eau de l'Imperatrice; Eau des Odalisques; Eau des Princesses; English honey water; Florida water; Held s cosmetic washes; Kummerfeldt water; Cosmetic powders, rouges, etc.; Bran of almonds; Cosmetic wash powder; Flour of almonds; Held's washing powder for the hands; Oriental rouge; Paris powder; Rouge; Vinaigre rouge; White or pearl powder; Augustin's cosmetic wash; Copland's aqua cosmetica; Flacon Generateur Universel des Cheveux de Madame S. A. Allen; Fumigating articles; Black fumigating pastils; Fumigation with chlorine; Fumigating essence; Fumigating pastils; Fumigating spirits; Imperial fumigating powder; Medicated fumigating pastils; Iodine pastils; Stramonium pastils; Tar pastils; Opium pastils; Oriental fumigating balsam; Paris, perfumed and white fumigating pastils
Soap. Hard And Soft Soaps, Medicated And Toilet Soaps, Etc.:
American rosin soap; American soaps; Superior soaps ; Old English soap; First premium soap; Brown rosin soap in the cold way; Cocoanut-oil soap in the cold way; Cold water soap; Elaine soap; Floating soap; Molasses soap; Cocoanut-oil and molasses soap; Oranienburg soap; Process of preparing all kinds of perfectly neutral soaps; Water-glass soaps, hard and soft; Sand soap; Toilet and medicated soaps; Bitter almond soap in the cold way; Bouquet soap; Camphor soaps; Camphor and sulphur soap; Eagle soap (brown); Family soap; Gall soap; Glycerine soaps, brilliant and transparent; Substitute filling in making glycerine soap; Iodide soap; Kummerfeldt's soap for frosted limbs; Lemon, lily, and mignonette soaps; Musk soap in the cold way; Orange and patchouli soaps; Prime pumice soap in the cold way; Rose soap; Savon de Riz; Savon ess. bouquet; Savon orange; Soap crèmes; Creme d'Amandes AmSres; Creme a la rose; Sulphur soap; Swiss herb soap; Tannin, tar, vaseline, violet, and white alabaster soaps; White Windsor soap; Shaving soap in the cold way; Soap for washing silk goods; To give a gloss to the surface of toilet soaps; New process of treating fats; Balling's method of preparing caustic soda-lye; Tunnermann's tables giving the percentage of soda in a soda-lye at 59° F., and percentage of anhydrous potash in potash-lye at 59° F.; Prinz's practical soap-boiling tables for hard and soft soaps
The rest of the contents include...
Adulterations, Imitations, Etc. How To Detect Them :: Alloys :: Artificial Gems, Pearls, And Turkish Beads :: Bleaching :: Boiler Incrustations :: Bone, Horn And Ivory—To Bleach And Dye Them, And Make Imitations And Compositions :: Bronzing And Coloring Of Metals :: Building Materials, Artificial Building Stone, Mortars, Etc. :: Celluloid, Caoutchouc, Gutta-percha, And Similar Compositions :: Cements, Pastes, And Putties :: Chemical And Techno Chemical Expedients, Preparations :: Cleansing, Polishing, And Renovating Agents :: Colored Chalks, Crayons, Pencils, And Inks Foe Marking Linen, Etc. :: Copying And Printing :: Damaskeening Steel:
Decoration, Ornamentation, Etc. :: Dentifrices And Mouth Washes :: Electro-plating, Galvanoplasty, Gilding, Nickelling, Silvering, Tinning, Etc. :: Enamels And Enamelling :: Feathers, Ostrich, Marabouts, Etc., How To Wash, Restore And Dye :: Fire-extinguishing Agents And Means Of Making Tissues, Wood, Etc., Incombustible :: Freezing Mixtures :: Fuel And Heating. Heat Insulation (non-conducting Coverings) :: Fusible Colors Used In Porcelain Painting :: Glass. Composition Of The Various Kinds Op, Colors For, And Processes For Enamelling, Engraving, Gilding, Silvering, Pulverizing, Filing, Bending, Etc. :: Glazes For Earthenware :: Glass And Other Signs :: Glue, Manufacture Of :: Imitations, Substitutes, Etc. :: Indigo, Indigotine, And Alizarine :: Inks, Lithographic, Printing, And Writing:
Jeweller's Foils :: Lacquers And Varnishes :: Lubricants For Machines, Wagons, Etc. :: Marine Glue :: Matches :: Metal Industry :: Mustards :: Oils And Fats—Animal, Vegetable, And Mineral :: Oil-paintings: How To Cleanse, Pack, And Varnish Them, And Paints And Pigments. Grinding And Mixing Colors. Graining. Imitation Of Marbles. Paints And Washes Fob Various Purposes, Etc :: Paper And Paper Materials, Manufacture, Staining, Etc., Glass, Sand, And Emery Paper :: Plaster Of Paris Casts Which Can Be Washed :: Preserving Meat, Milk, Vegetables, Vegetable Substances, Wood, Etc., And Preservatives :: Sealing-wax And Wafers :: Shoe-blacking, Dressings, Etc. :: Sizing And Dressing For Cotton, Wool, Straw, Etc. :: Soldering And Solders :: Sugars, Glucose, Etc. :: Textile Fabrics And Tissues :: Vinegar: Manufacture Of Ordinary And Fine Table Vinegars :: Washing And Scouring. Manufacture Of Washing-blue, Etc.:: Waste And Offal, Utilization Of :: Water-glass (soluble Glass) And Its Uses :: Water-proofing Compounds :: Wax And Wax Preparations :: Wood. Gilding, Polishing, Staining, Etc. :: Yeasts. Manufacture Of Pressed Yeast, Bakers' And Brewers' Yeast, Etc.:
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Alloys :: Antiseptic And Preservative Agents :: Artificial Eyes, Manufacture Of :: Asbestos And Its Uses :: Bleaching :: Bookbinding, Gilding, And Ornamenting :: Bronzing, Gilding, Silvering, Etc. :: Building Materials :: Cement Work :: Cleansing, Polishing, And Renovating Agents :: Colors, Enamels, Cements, Glue, Varnishes, Water-proofing Substances, Etc. :: Copying :: Explosive Agents :: Glass :: Horn-combs, Manufacture Of :: Lubricants, Blacking, Etc. :: Metal Industry :: Miscellaneous :: Oils And Fats :: Paper :: Straw, Bleaching And Dyeing Of :: Strength Of Materials :: Willow-Ware:
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