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" Add to it an ounce of beef tallow, and stir it well. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix with it a... "
The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste - Página 116
1862
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The Wisconsin Farmer, Volumen 14

1862
...days ago. As long as the inventor kept the preparation secret, it was sold at very high prices. Tven now it is unknown to many ; I feel, therefore, induced...after that about seven ounces of very strong alcohol (05 percent), to be had at. any druggist's store. — The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it...
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The New England Farmer, Volumen 3

1869
...wounds on trees, or used as a grafting wax, viz : — Melt one pound of rosin over a gentle fire ; add an ounce of beef tallow and stir it well ; take it from the fire, let it cool down a little and add a table spoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that about seven ounces of very strong alcohol...
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Garden receipts, ed. by C.W. Quin

Charles William Quin - 1877
...invented, and until lately kept secret. Melt 1 lb. of common resin over a gentle fire. Add to it 1 oz. of beef tallow and stir it well. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix 8 oz. of alcohol. The alcohol cools it down so rapidly that it will be necessary to put it again on...
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Household and Farmers' Cyclopedia: One Hundred Thousand Facts for the People ...

Daniel R. Shafer - 1876 - 606 páginas
...unknown. The recipe is as follows : Melt i Ib. of common resin over a gentle fire. Add to it i oz. of beef tallow, and stir it well. Take it from the...let it cool down a little, and then mix with it a tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that about 7 oz. of very strong alcohol (95 per cent)...
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Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri, Volumen 27

Missouri. State Horticultural Society - 1884
...one pound of common resin over a slow fire, add to it one ounce of beef-tallow, and stir well. Take from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix with it a tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that, about seven ounces of strong alcohol (95 per...
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The Propagation of Plants: Giving the Principles which Govern the ...

Andrew Samuel Fuller - 1887 - 339 páginas
...common rosin over a gentle fire, adding one ounce of beef tallow, the latter to be well stirred in. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix in eight ounces of alcohol. The alcohol will cool down the mixture so rapidly that it may be necessary...
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The California Fruits and how to Grow Them: A Manual of Methods which Have ...

Edward James Wickson - 1891 - 599 páginas
...following is a popular French preparation : — Melt one pound of resin over a gentle fire. Add to it one ounce of beef tallow, and stir it well. Take it from the fire, let it cool clown a little, and then mix with it a tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that add about...
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Practical Forestry: A Treatise on the Propagation, Planting, and Cultivation ...

Andrew Samuel Fuller - 1900 - 299 páginas
...common rosin over a gentle fire and adding one ounce of beef tallow, the latter to be well stirred in. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix in eight ounces of alcohol. The alcohol will cool down the mixture so rapidly that it may be necessary...
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Practical Forestry: A Treatise on the Propagation, Planting, and Cultivation ...

Andrew Samuel Fuller - 1910 - 299 páginas
...common rosin over a gentle fire and adding one ounce of beef tallow, the latter to be well stirred in. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix in eight ounces of alcohol. The alcohol will cool down the mixture so rapidly that it may be necessary...
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The California Fruits and how to Grow Them: A Manual of Methods which Have ...

Edward James Wickson - 1914 - 513 páginas
...following is a popular French preparation: Melt one pound of resin over a gentle fire. Add to it one once of beef tallow, and stir it well. Take it from the fire, let it cool down a little, and then mix it with a tablespoonful of spirits of turpentine, and after that add about seven ounces of very strong...
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