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Page 14 - must know what to leave out as well as what to put in ; if
Page 28 - making drawings on the vellum which are not liable to be defaced
Page 109 - bound in smooth, red cloth, with a paper label. The publishers' names are Lackington, Hughes, Harding and Lepard, and the date on the title-page is 1822.
Page 109 - the white calico was bought in London, sent to the dyers to be dyed, and
Page 110 - The desired pattern was engraved on a gun-metal cylinder, and transferred in reverse to one made of compressed paper,