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" Mix a handful of quicklime in four ounces of linseed oil, boil to a good thickness then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become very hard, but may be easily dissolved over the fire as glue. "
The White House Cook Book: Cooking, Toilet and Household Recipes, Menus ... - Page 1041
by Fanny Lemira Gillette, Hugo Ziemann - 2011 - 632 pages
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The British encyclopedia, or, Dictionary of arts and sciences

William Nicholson - 1809
...thus: mix a handful of quick lime with four ounces of liuseed pu, boil them to a good thickness, GLU then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceedingly hard, but may be dissolved over a fire, as glne, and will effect the business to admiration....
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The British Encyclopedia, Or Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 3

William Nicholson - Science - 1809
...thus : mix a handful of quick lime with four ounces of Unseed oil, boil them to a good thickiiess, then spread it on tin plates in the shade', . and it will become exceedingly hard, but may be dissolved over a fire, as glue, and will effect the business to admiration....
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Wither's Motto Nec Habeo, Nec Careo, Nec Curo

1814
...to hold against Fire or Water. Mix a handful of Quick Lime in four ounces of Linseed Oil, boil them to a good thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the (hade, and it will become exceeding hard, but it may be easily diuolved over a fire as Glue, and will...
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A Thousand Notable Things on Various Subjects: Disclosed from the Secrets of ...

Thomas Lupton, McManus-Young Collection (Library of Congress) - Birds - 1815 - 220 pages
...to hold against Fire or Water. Mix a handful of Quick Lime in four ounces of Linseed Oil, boil them to a good thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceeding hard, but it may be easily dissolved over a lire as Glue, and will effect the business to...
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American edition of the British encyclopedia: or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 6

William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...or water may be made thus : mix B handful of quick lime with four ounces of linseed oil, boil them to a good thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceedingly hard, but may be dissolved over a iire, as glue, and will effect the business to admiration....
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The Mechanic and Chemist

g. berger - 1840
...hold against Fire or Water.— Mix a handful of quick-lime in four ounces of linseed oil ; boil them to a good thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceedingly hard; but may be easily dissolved over the fire, as glue, and will effect the business...
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Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket-book ...

Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1851 - 286 pages
...with a small quantity of Borax. CEMENTS. Glue. Powdered chalk added to common glue strengthens it. A glue which will resist the action of water is made by boiling 1 pound of glue in 2 quarts of skimmed milk. Soft Cement. For steam-boilers, steam-pipes, &c. Red 01...
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The New Household Receipt Book: Containing Maxims, Directions, and Specifics ...

Formulas, recipes, etc - 1853 - 394 pages
...hold against Fire or Water.—Mix a handful of quick-lime in four ounces of linseed-oil, boil them to a good thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceedingly hard; but may be easily dissolved over the fire, as glue. 253. To mend China.—Mix together...
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The new household receipt book: containing maxims, directions, and specifics ...

House & Home - 1853 - 394 pages
...it closely corked. This glue will unite iron, wood, glass, &c. It is water-proof, and dries quickly. thickness, then spread it on tin plates in the shade, and it will become exceedingly hard ; but may be easily dissolved over the fire, as glue. 253. To mend China. — Mix...
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ENGINEERS AND MECHANICS POCKET BOOK

CHAS. H. HASWELL - 1853
...with a small quantity of Borax. CEMENTS. Glue. Powdered chalk added to common glue strengthens it. A glue which will resist the action of water is made by boiling 1 pound of glue in 2 quarts of skimmed milk. Soft Cement. For steam-boilers, steam-pipes, &c. Red or...
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