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" Ions; in the Linen. — Rub the part on each side with yellow soap. Then lay on a mixture of starch in cold water very thick ; rub it well in, and expose the linen to the sun and air till the stain comes out. If not removed in three or four days, rub... "
The new household receipt-book - Page 88
by Sarah Josepha Hale - 1854
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A new system of domestic cookery. By a lady [M.E. Rundell].

Maria Eliza Rundell - 1808
...boil the linen till the stain disappears. Stains of Wine, Fruit, Sğ-c. after they have been long iĞ the Linen. — Rub the part on each side with yellow...When dry it may be sprinkled with a little water. Many other Stains may be taken out by dipping the linen in sour butter-milk, and drying in a hot sun....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

Literary Criticism - 1823
...hundred and ninety-ninth page of the Book of Kundell. " Rub your part," says that she-Kitchener, " on each side with yellow soap ; then lay on a mixture...When dry, it may be sprinkled with a little water." Observe, it may be sprinkled ; for she does not insist on that with dogged pertinacity. Nothing can...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

England - 1823
...hundred and ninety-ninth page of the Book of Hundell. " Rub your part," says that she-Kitchener, " on each side with yellow soap ; then lay on a mixture...When dry, it may be sprinkled with a little water." Observe, it may be sprinkled ; for she does not insist on that with dogged pertinacity. Nothing can...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 14

Political Science - 1823
...yellow soap ; then lay on a mixture of starch in cold water, very thick ; rub it well in, and expose tbe linen to the sun and air, till the stain comes out....When dry, it may be sprinkled with a little water." Observe, it may be sprinkled ; for she does not insist on that with dogged pertinacity. Nothing can...
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A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and ...

Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell - Cookery - 1824 - 449 pages
...and boil the linen till the stain disappears. Stains of Wine, Fruit, fyc. after they have been Ions; in the Linen. — Rub the part on each side with yellow...When dry, it may be sprinkled with a little water. Many other stains may be taken out by dipping the linen in sour buttermilk, and drying in a hot sun....
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Murray's modern cookery book. Modern domestic cookery, by a lady

Modern domestic cookery - 1851
...well in, and expose the linen to the sun and air till the stain comes out. If not removed in 3 or 4 days, rub that off and renew the process. When dry it may be sprinkled with a little water. Many other Stains may be taken out by dipping the linen in sour buttermilk, and drying it in a hot...
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MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS OF THE LATE DR. MAGIN

1855
...hundred and ninety-ninth page of the Book of Rundell.t " Hub your part," says that she-Kitchener, " on each side with yellow soap ; then lay on a mixture...When dry, it may be sprinkled with a little water." Observe, it may be sprinkled ; for she does not insist on tJiat * Peter Moore, Whig MP for Coventry,...
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Mrs. Hale's receipts for the million ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Cooking - 1857 - 721 pages
...water to make a lather, and boil the linen till the stain disappears. 188. Stains of Win?, Fruit, itc., after they have been long in the Linen. — Rub the...must be done before any soap has been applied to it. Obs. As soon as a stain is made on table-linen, (fee., rub on it common table salt before it has time...
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Mrs. Rundell's Domestic cookery

Maria Eliza Rundell - 1859
...soft water to make a lather, and boil the linen till the stain disappears. Stains of Wine, Pruit, &e., after they have been long in the Linen. — Rub the...When dry it may be sprinkled with a little water. Many other Stains may be taken out by dipping the linen in sour butter-milk, and drying in a hot sun....
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The housekeeper's manual of cookery and domestic economy

Housekeeper - 1859
...till the stain disappears. Stains of Wine, Fruit, Sc after they have been long in tJte Linen. — Hub the part on each side with yellow soap. Then lay on...When dry it may be sprinkled with a little water, Many other Stains may be taken out by dipping the linen in sour buttermilk, and drying in a hot sun....
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