The Universal Assistant, and Complete Mechanic: Containing Over One Million Industrial Facts, Calculations, Receipts, Processes, Trade Secrets, Rules, Business Forms, Legal Items, Etc., in Every Occupation, from the Household to the Manufactory (Google eBook)

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R. Moore, 1882 - Formulas, recipes, etc - 1016 pages
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