The art of dyeing all colors on raw cotton or cotton waste, for the purpose of working with raw wool: also, the methods of dyeing all colors in the piece, in two sections ; The system and science of colors, or the principles and practise of woolen dyeing ; The properties and composition of the dyestuff and chymical compounds which enter into the constitution of colors

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J. Rollinson, 1861 - Crafts & Hobbies - 408 pages
 

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Page 201 - From that time, like everything else which falls into the hands of the Mussulman, it has been going to ruin, and the discovery of the passage to India by the Cape of Good Hope gave the deathblow to its commercial greatness.
Page 323 - ... of carminium and fat matter in a very large proportion ; and though entirely soluble in water, they retain still a little animal matter. By incinerating cochineal, certain salts were found in the residue. Hence the general products are as follows : — 1. Carminium. 2. A peculiar animal matter. 3. A fat matter, containing stearine, elai'ne, and odorant principle. 4. Salts, phosphate of lime, carbonate of lime, muriate of potash, phosphate of potash, potash united to an organic acid. SECOND PART.
Page 5 - GIBSON, RICHARD. The art of dyeing all colors on raw cotton or cotton waste, for the purpose of working with raw wool: also the methods of dyeing all colors in the piece . . . The system and science of colors, or the principles and practise of woolen dyeing. The properties and composition of the dyestuffs and chymical compounds which enter into the constitution of colors. Three...
Page 315 - This is a hard resinous wood, which grows in the Equatorial regions of Western Africa, and considered in relation to Dyeing, is of similar nature to Camwood and Sanders.
Page 390 - Boiled with quick Lime, it is deprived of its Carbonic Acid, and when evaporated dry, it is then pure Soda, whose combining proportion with Acids is 4.

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