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" generation, tails and dwarfs in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter. Further experiments showed that the dwarf always bred true, and that some of the tails did the same, but that an average of half the whole offspring, consisting... "
Gardeners' Chronicle, Horticultural Trade Journal - Page 56
1908
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The Journal [afterw.] The Madras journal of literature and science, ed. by J ...

Madras literary society - 1839
...Now a mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverized and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added ; to a pan of Tea containing about s?ven pounds, about half a tea-spoonful of this...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 28

Science - 1840
...Now a mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverized and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added ; to a pan of tea containing about seven pounds, about half a tea-spoonful of this...
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Domestic Homoeopathy, Or, Rules for the Domestic Treatment of the Maladies ...

John Epps, Joseph Hippolyt Pulte - Homeopathy - 1850 - 278 pages
...teas, a mixture of the sulphate of lime and indigo, finely pulverized and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added to a pan of tea containing about seven pounds; and about half a teaspoonful of this...
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Homoeopathic Record, Volumes 1-2

Homeopathy - 1851
...teas, a mixture of the sulphate of lime and indigo, finely pulverized and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added to a pan of tea containing about seven pounds ; and about half-a-teaspoonful of this...
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English Agriculture in 1850-51

James Caird (sir.) - Agriculture - 1852 - 550 pages
...seed are drilled at seven inches apart Tlic seed is a mixture of Spalding's red and Australian white, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter. The two kinds ripen together, and the mixed sample sells considerably better than if it had...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volume 35

Church Pastoral-aid Society, London - Religion - 1853
...arcade of the northern clerestory is somewhat different : the arches, obtusely and acutely pointed, are in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, which is pierced by a single light ; and of these there are six. The nave is almost entirely...
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Food and Its Adulterations: Comprising the Reports of the Analytical ...

Arthur Hill Hassall - Food adulteration and inspection - 1855 - 659 pages
...the green t mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverised, and through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the 1 is added : to a pan of tea, containing seven pounds, about half a tea-sp this mixture is put, and...
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Adulterations Detected: Or, Plain Instructions for the Discovery of Frauds ...

Arthur Hill Hassall - Food adulteration and inspection - 1857 - 712 pages
...green a mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverised, and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added ; to a pan of tea, containing seven nds, about half a teaspoonful of this mixture...
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Adulterations detected; or, Plain instructions for the discovery of frauds ...

Arthur Hill Hassall - 1861 - 712 pages
...teas, a mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverised, and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added; to a pan of tea, containing seven pounds, about half a teaspoonful of this mixture...
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What we eat

Thomas H. Hoskins - Food adulteration and inspection - 1861 - 218 pages
...teas, a mixture of sulphate of lime and indigo, very finely pulverized, and sifted through fine muslin, in the proportion of three of the former to one of the latter, is added ; to a pan of tea containing seven pounds, about half a teaspoonful of this mixture...
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