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" ... imbibe all the sap of the bark. Afterwards put this water into a very clean pan, or into a cauldron, and fire being placed under it, boil it ; from time to time, also, throw into the pan some of this bark, so that whatever sap may remain in it may... "
Fra Angelico (and the early Florentine painters of the 15th century). - Page 125
by Catherine Mary Phillimore - 1881
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An essay upon various arts, tr., with notes, by R. Hendrie

Theophilus (presbyter.) - 1847
...or four, or five barrels with bark and water, allow them so to stand for eight days, until the water imbibe all the sap of the bark. Afterwards put this...it out and again put in more. Which done, boil down E coque aquam usque ad tertiam partem, sicque ejiciens de ipso cacabo mitte in minorem, et tamdiu coque...
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Theophili, qui et Rugerus, presbyteri et monachi, libri III. de diversis ...

Theophilus (Presbyter.) - Art - 1847 - 447 pages
...or four, or five barrels with bark and water, allow them so to stand for eight days, until the water imbibe all the sap of the bark. Afterwards put this...it out and again put in more. Which done, boil down coque aquam usque ad tertiam partem, sicque ejiciens de ipso cacabo mitte in minorem, et tamdiu coque...
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Theophili, qui et Rugerus, presbyteri et monachi, libri III. de diversis ...

Theophilus (Presbyter.) - Art - 1847 - 447 pages
...or four, or five barrels with bark and water, allow them so to stand for eight days, until the water imbibe all the sap of the bark. Afterwards put this...into the pan some of this bark, so that, whatever sap nmy remain in it, may be boiled out. When you have cooked it a little, throw it out and again put in...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1877
...them so to stand for eight days, until the water imbibes all the sap of the bark. Afterwards put the water into a very clean pan, or into a cauldron, and...time, also, throw into the pan some of this bark, no that whatever sap may remain in it may be boiled out. When you have cooked it a little, throw it...
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What illuminating was. (What illuminating should be). With illustr. by W.R ...

Matthew Digby Wyatt (sir.) - 1861
...another piece of hardwood, until you peel off the bark everywhere, put which immediately into abarrelful of water. When you have filled two, or three, or four,...throw into the pan some of this bark, so that whatever aap may remain in it may be boiled out. When you have cooked it a little, throw it out, and again put...
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The art of illuminating as practised in Europe from the earliest times ...

William Robert Tymms, Matthew Digby Wyatt (sir.) - Art - 1866
...barrels with bark and water, allow them so to stand for eight days, until the waters imbibe all th.sap of the bark. Afterwards put this water into a very clean pan, or into a cauldron, and firebeim; placed under it, boil it ; from time to time, also, throw into the pan some of this bark,...
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The Strength of the Sun: A Novel

Catherine Chidgey - Fiction - 2000 - 272 pages
...really thought, it's something that's never ' Rosemary smiled, waited. Afterwards, thought Patrick, put this water into a very clean pan. or into a cauldron,...in it may be boiled out. When you have cooked it a listle, throw it out, and again put in more; which done, boil down the remaining water unto a third...
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