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" Fill a quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure milk; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, after dissolving the same in a little water over a hot fire; add also a quarter of a two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then tie the cork on the bottle... "
The Era Formulary: 5000 Formulas for Druggists - Page 431
edited by - 1893 - 462 pages
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Detroit Lancet, Volume 6

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - Medicine - 1882
...milk; add two tablespoonsful of white sugar, after dissolving the same in a little hot water over the fire; add also a quarter of a two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then tie the cork of the bottle securely and shake the mixture well. Place in a room, the temperature at eighty to ninety...
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The Medical Times and Register, Volume 13

James Howell Hutchinson, Frank Woodbury, William Francis Waugh, Frank Sears Parsons, Horatio Charles Wood - Medicine - 1883
...about fifteen cents a quart : Fill a quart champagne-bottle up to the neck with pure milk ; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, after dissolving the...two-cent cake of compressed yeast; then tie the cork on the bottle securely, and shake the mixture well. Place in a room of the temperature of 50 to 95...
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The Quinologist, Volumes 1-2

1883
...manufacture : " Fill a quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure milk; add two tablespoon tuls of white sugar, after dissolving the same in a little...two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then tie the cork on the bottle securely and shake the mixture well ; place it in a room of the temperature of 50 to...
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the boston medical and surgical journal

abner post - 1883
...follows : Fill a quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure fresh milk ; add two tablespoon fuis of white sugar, after dissolving the same in a little water over a hot fire ; add also a quarter of a two cent cake of fresh compressed yeast ; then tie the cork on the bottle securely, and shake the mixture...
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Denver Medical Times, Volume 18

Medicine - 1898
...milk; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, first dissolving it in a little water by aid of heat ; add also a quarter of a two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then securely fasten the cork in the bottle and shake the mixture well ; place it in a room having a temperature...
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Denver Medical Times, Volume 18

Medicine - 1898
...milk; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, first dissolving it in a little water by aid of heat ; add also a quarter of a two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then securel}' fasten the cork in the bottle and shake the mixture -well ; place it in a room having a temperature...
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Druggist, Volume 6

Medical - 1884
...costs about fifteen cents a quart: Fill a quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure milk; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, after dissolving the...little water over a hot fire; add also a quarter of a two cent cake of compressed yeast; then tie the cork on the bottle securely, and shake the mixture...
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Gaillard's Medical Journal and the American Medical Weekly, Volume 37

Medical - 1884
...given for its manufacture : Fill a, quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure milk ; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, after dissolving the...twocent cake of compressed yeast. Then tie the cork on the bottle securely, and shake the mixture well ; place it in a room of the temperature of 50 ...
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Bulletin of Pharmacy, Volume 11

Medical - 1897
...Cyclopedia of Receipts gives this: Fill a quart champagne bottle up to the neck with pure milk; add two tablespoonfuls of white sugar, after dissolving the...tie the cork in the bottle securely, and shake the (2) Lemon syrup i j ounces. mixture well; place it in a room of the temperature of Licluid acid phosphates...
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American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record, Volume 33

Medical - 1898
...milk; add two tablespopnfuls of white sugar, first dissolving it in a little water by aid of heat; add also a quarter of a two-cent cake of compressed yeast. Then securely fasten the cork in the bottle and shake the mixture well; place it in a room having a temperature...
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