A New and Complete Treatise on the Arts of Tanning, Currying, and Leather-dressing: Comprising All the Discoveries and Improvements Made in France, Great Britain, and the United States

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Hippolyte Dussauce
Baird, 1867 - Leather - 596 pages
 

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Contents

Woods Roots Barks 77 Woods 77Roots 78Dentelario
78
Oak Barks 88 European oaks 88American oaks
90
Plants Containing Tannin used as Surstitutes for
96
Tan or Powdered OakBark 112 Bagnalls machine
124
Tanning Extracts 134 J Connels concentrated extract
134
Constitution of the Skin 141 Composition of the skin
144
PART II
153
Influence of the Water ufon the Quality of Leather
160
Stacking of the Hides
166
Cool Sweating Process
174
Wallachia Leather 183 Method of working the dressings
189
Raising ry Sour TANLiquoR 190 Preparation of the tan
195
Tin Vats 199 Wheats patent rat
203
Time Necessary for Tanning
209
Beating and Rolling rt Machinery 215 Debergues
234
Belt Leather 238 How to manufacture cowleather into
241
Tanninoof Goat and SheepSkins 270 Bleaching of goat
274
Tanning of HorseHides
281
Chemical Theory of Tanning 285 Chemical researches
289
SECTION VI
295
Tanning with Myrtle
299
Newton s Process
307
Corniqdets Process of Surstituting the Fruit of
317
Ogerraus Process
327
M W Drakes Process
334
Tanning Wheel of V E Rusco
347
Indian Method of Prefaring Elkhides
353
Kalmucks Process
359
Leather Manufacture in Turkey
361
J Hannoyes Process
365
M Nossiters Process
368
SquiREs Process
372
English Process for Tanning Nets Sails And Rofes
373
Experiments in the Tanning of CalfSkins with Tan Diyi
374
Divi Catechu and Elecampane Bark 374 Oak bark 374Dividivi
375
Tanning Hides ry J W Johnson
376
Turnnulls Process
377
S Snyders Process
381
CHAPTER XC1V H Hinrards Process 382 Preparation of the skins 383
383
Hemlock Tanning 384 Process of tanning as performed at the Shaker Tannery New Lebanon N Y
386
Halvorsons Process for Rendering Hides Hard and Transparent
389
Tawing 390 Kid leather 390Imitation kid
392
PART III
409
CHAPTER Oil Dipping
410
CHAPTER CHI Shaving
413
Pommeling
414
Stretching
415
Working With the Round Knife
417
Prefaration of Stretched Leather
418
Prefaration of Sleeked Leather
420
Comfarison of Sleek Leather with AlumDressed Leather
423
Tallowed or Grained Leather 424 Grain black how to improve it
426
Water Leather
429
Oil Leather 429 Oiled leather
435
English Hides
436
White Leather and Common Russet
438
Currying of CalfSkinsOiled CalfSkins
439
Tallowed CalfSkins
441
Waxed CalfSkins 442 Fleshing and shaving 442Bleich ing or whitening 450Graining 448Mode of making the blacking and its implications 460Finis...
445
Grained CalfSkins
468
Greasing Tanned Hides
469
Saturation of Leather with Grease
473
Cai fSkins Called Alumed Skins
475
F Jahkels Process for Manufacturing Leather for HarnessMakers
479
Currying of GoatSkins
481
SECTION IX
483
Distillation of the Emfyrecmatic Oil of BirchBark for Russia Leather 486 Fischerstroerns process 486Another process 486Gronvelle and DuvalDuvals...
487
Nature of the Odoriferous Surstances of the Birch Tree Bark
489
Coloring of Red Russia Leather
490
Extract from a Memoir on the Process of Tanning Skins in Russia ry the Count of Kartsoff
492
Red Leather
496
Shagreen and Parchment 497 Shagreen
497
Parchment
499
Fanrication of the Patent Leather
503
Nknorys Preparation to render Leather Water
509
Grease and Animal Oils 514 Lard 515Mutton suet
515
Treading out the Hides
521
Exposure to the Air
527
Hungary Leather made of Cow and Calf Skins
528
PART V
534
Manufacture of Cords prom the Intestines of Sheep
540
DIFFERENT KINDS OF APPARATUS USED BY LEATHER
546
LeatherPolishing Machine
563
Emnossing of Leather 571 Bernheim and Labooriaus
574

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