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" Dunstable, to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes ; when the ostler at the inn, by burning a flint, reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them. The potter, observing the beautiful white colour of the flint after calcination, instantly... "
The book of English trades, and library of the useful arts - Page 315
by Book - 1818 - 444 pages
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1814 - 562 pages
...potter, observing the beautiful whit* What is zircone * ? ZIRCONE is a peculiar earth, which has been colour of the flint after calcination, instantly conceived...might be applied in his art ; and then introducing into use the white pipe-clays found in the south side of Devonshire, instead of the irony clays of...
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The Book of English Trades, and Library of the Useful Arts ...

Industrial arts - 1818 - 442 pages
...burns white, and vessels of this kind were formerly all glazed with sea-salt. Wedgewood's queen's-ware is made of tobacco-pipe clay, much beaten in water....produced the white stoneware. As a proof ot the extent to winch machinery is arrived in this country, we may mention here, that in the neighbourhood of Coal...
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The Chemical Catechism: With Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments

Samuel Parkes - Chemistry - 1818 - 581 pages
...indeed, it is chiefly the last quality that constitutes ostler of the inn by burning a flint stone reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....the flint after calcination, instantly conceived the n -•••-. to which it might be applied in his art ; and then introducing into use the white pipe-claya...
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The Tatler: A Daily Journal of Literature and the Stage

Leigh Hunt - 1832
...to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes; when the ostler at the inn, by burning a flint, reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....calcination, instantly conceived the uses to which he might apply it in his art. ' The next great improver was the well-known Josiah Wedgwood, a man not...
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A Treatise on the Origin, Progressive Improvement and Present State of the ...

George Richardson Porter - Glass manufacture - 1846 - 252 pages
...seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes ; when the ostler at the inn, by burning a flint, reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them. The potter, observing the beautiful white color of the flint after calcination, instantly conceived the use to which it might be applied in his...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1864
...to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes, when the ostler at the inn, by burning a flint, reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....the flint after calcination, instantly conceived the use to which it might be employed in his art." Thia Astbury, though now apparently forgotten, paved...
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Marks and Monograms on Pottery and Porcelain: With Historical Notices of ...

William Chaffers - Porcelain - 1866 - 570 pages
...to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes, when the ostler of the inn, by burning a flint reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....the flint after calcination, instantly conceived the use to which it might be employed in his art." STAFFORDSHIRE. Eastwood was one of the many imitators...
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The Century, Volume 4

1872
...Dunstable to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes, when the ostler of the inn by burning a Hint reduced it to a fine powder which he blew into them. The potter, observing the beautiful * Such a society in our own country would serve us vastly as an intelligent collaborator with the historian...
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The Technical History of Commerce: Or, Skilled Labour Applied to Production

John Yeats - Commerce - 1871 - 440 pages
...to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes, when the ostler at the inn, by burning a flint, reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....observing the beautiful white colour of the flint after it was burned, instantly thought of the use to which it might be applied in his own art. Pottery was...
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The Keramic Gallery: Containing Several Hundred Illustrations of ..., Volume 2

William Chaffers - Pottery - 1872
...to seek a remedy for a disorder in his horse's eyes, when the ostler of the Inn by burning a flint reduced it to a fine powder, which he blew into them....the flint after calcination, instantly conceived the use to о which it might be employed in his art, and this is said to have been the origin of the first...
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