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Cooking - Six Hundred Receipts, Worth Their Weight in Gold

Cooking - Six Hundred Receipts, Worth Their Weight in Gold

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RECEIPTS FOR COOKING, MAKING PRESERVES, PERFUMERY, CORDIALS, ICE CREAMS, INKS, PAINTS, DYES OF ALL KINDS, CIDER, VINEGAR, WINES, SPIRITS, WHISKEY, BRANDY, GIN, ETC AND HOW TO MAKE IMITATIONS OF ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
RECEIPTS FOR COOKING, MAKING PRESERVES, PERFUMERY, CORDIALS, ICE CREAMS, INKS, PAINTS, DYES OF ALL KINDS, CIDER, VINEGAR, WINES, SPIRITS, WHISKEY, BRANDY, GIN, ETC AND HOW TO MAKE IMITATIONS OF ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.

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Published by: NaughtiusMaximus on Oct 01, 2011
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Merchant's
Lightning
Clothes
Cleaner
A(:]ua
Ammonia,
1
-2
pint.
Soap
bark,
5
cents.
Fourteen
quarts
of
hot
rain
water.
Three
ounce
saltpeter,
pulverized.
Three
hfaping
tablespoonfuls
salt.
Six
ounces
alcoholor
spirits
wine.
Three
ounces
of
glycerine.
Three
ounces
of
ether,
commercial.
Six
ounces
turpentine.
Six
ounces
borax,
pulverized.
1
-4
oz.
Oil
of
sassafras,
or
any
other
perfume
desired.
Four
lO-cent
cakes
of
white
ox
gal!
soap,
or
any
other
good
white
soap.
DIRECTIONS
FOR
MAKING
Steepsoap
bark
in
cloth
for
one
hour
and
turn
in
batch.
Shave
all
the
soap
fine
in
14
quarts
hot
water;
when
dissolved
add
14
quarts
more
water;
dip
out
enough
water
to
dissolve
the
borax
and
stir
well.
Follow
with
saltpeter,
then
salt,
the
same
as
borax,
stirring
each
well
when
added;
then
add
ammonia,
turpentine,
ether,
alcohol,
sassafras,
glycerine
and
30
or
40
ounces
beef
gall,
the
more
the
better.
Stir
thoroughly
andyou
have
one
of
the
bestclothes
cleaners
and
compounds
for
washing
on
earth.
Try
it
and
be
convinced.
NELSON
MERCHANT
 
ALBERT
R.
MANN
LIBRARY
Cornell
University
Gift
of
Thomas
Bass

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