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" ... extremely true, with a frame round it, or a groove cut in its edges, to keep the superfluous mercury from running off; secondly, lead weights covered with cloth, to keep them from scratching the glass, from one pound weight to twelve pounds each,... "
The Emporium of Arts & Sciences - Seite 363
herausgegeben von - 1814
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The Artist's Companion, and Manufacturer's Guide: Consisting of the Most ...

Friend to American manufactures - 1814 - 179 Seiten
...marble slab, or smooth stone, well polished, and ground exceedingly true, the larger the better, with r. frame round it, or a groove cut in its edges, to keep...one pound weight to twelve pounds each, according to (he size of the glass which is laid down. Thirdly, Rolls of tinfoil Fourthly, Mercury or quick-silver,...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1817 - 859 Seiten
...Glasses. — In order to go completely forward, you must be prepared with the following articles : First, a square marble slab or smooth stone, well...each, according to the size of the glass which is laid dowu. Thirdly, Rolls of tinfoil. Fourthly, Mercury or quicksilver, with which you must be well provided...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - 1817 - 859 Seiten
...edges, to keep the superfluous mercury from running off. Secondly, Lead weights covered with clotl\, to keep them from scratching the glass, from one pound...with which you must be well provided ; then proceed «s follows : Cut the tinfoil a little larger than the glass every way, and lay it flat upon the stone...
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Universal Science Or the Cabinet of Nature and Art, Comprising Above ..., Band 2

Alexander Jamleson - 1821
...with a hair pencil. 546. To silver looking glasses, you, must be prepared with the following articles. First, a square marble slab, or smooth stone, well...you must be well provided; then, proceed as follows, T5, The tinfoil is cot a little larger than the glass every way, and laid flat upon the stone, and...
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Elements of science and art: being a familiar introduction to ..., Band 2

John Imison - 1822
...frame round it, or a groove cut in its edges, to keep the superfluous mercury from running off. 2. Lead weights, covered with cloth, to keep them from...according to the size of the glass which is laid down. 3. Rolls of tinfoil. 4. Quicksilver. Cut the tinfoil a little larger than the glass every way, and...
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Elements of Science and Art: Being a Familiar Introduction to ..., Band 2

John Imison - 1822
...frame round it, or a groove cut in its edges, to keep the superfluous mercury from running off. 2. Lead weights, covered with cloth, to keep them from...according to the size of the glass which is laid down. 3. Rolls of tinfoil. 4. Quicksilver. Cut the tinfoil a little larger than the glass every way, and...
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encyclopedia americana a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature ...

FRANCIS LIEBER - 1832
...necessary : — first, a square marble table, or smooth stone. well polished, and ground extremely true, with a frame round it, or a groove cut in its edges,...twelve pounds each, according to the size of the glass laid down ; thirdly, rolls of tin-foil ; fourthly, mercury. The artist theu proceeds as follows : —...
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Band 11

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1832
...smooth stone, well )K>lished, and ground extremely .true with a frame round it, or a groove cut h ue, ; it, or a groove cut in its edges, to keep the superfluous...twelve pounds each, according to the size of the glass laid down ; thirdly, rolls of tin-foil ; fourthly, mercury. The artist then proceeds as follows : —...
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Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Band 11

Francis Lieber, Edward Wigglesworth, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford - 1832
...from ruaning off; secondly, lead weights covered w,th cloth, to keep them from scratching the gloss, from one pound weight to twelve pounds each, according to the size of the glass laid down ; thirdly, rolls of tin-foil; fourthly, mercury. The artist then proceeds as follows:—the...
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Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Band 11

Francis Lieber - 1832
...secondly, lead weights covered with cloth, to keep them from scratching the glass, from one |юии<1 weight to twelve pounds each, according to the size of the glass laid down ; thirdly, rolls of tin-foil ; fourthly, mercury. The artist then proceeds as follows: —...
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