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For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book: Types of Recipes Included in this Book (General Only, For Specific Recipes See Full Contents in Main Description): Moore's Universal Assistant Antique Cookbook Cookery Guide Household Housekeeper House Wife Cook Chef Cuisine Food Cooking Recipes Farmer Farming Agriculture Stock Owner Blacksmith Lumber Building Contractor Ship Builders Dyers Hatter Grocer Confectioner Manufacturer Merchant Craftsmen Artisan Apiary Bee Keeping Brewer Brewing Distillery Doctor Pharmacist Tanner Currier Painter Bookbinder Carpenter Engineer Machinist Plumber Steam Pipe Fitter Gunsmith Guns Printer Paper Engraver Photographer Photography Apothecary First Aid Metal Working Metallurgist Metallurgy Horologist Jeweler Trades Tools Equipment Boiler Steam Locomotive Railroad Industrial Manufacturing Mill Baking Cooking Yeast Bread Corn Meal Crackers Buns Cakes Cake Jumbles Pies Biscuits Pudding Poultry Chicken Turkey Fowl Game Stew Beef Meat Desserts Vinegar Jelly Marmalade Tea Coffee Milk Flour Preserves Preserving Pickles Mustard Ice Cream Candy Confectionery Pastry Beer Cider Ale Lemonade Soda Syrups Bitters Sarsaparilla Wine Champagne Sherry Cordials Punch Soap Making Candles Cigars Snuff Candy Molasses Peppermint Chocolate Honey Home Remedies Cures Pain Killer Vermifuge Dentistry Embalming Marble Tombstones Harness Shaving Hair Dye Barber Toilet Liniments Tincture Essences Rat Poison Chloroform Horse Training Medicine Veterinary Farrier Cattle Farm Recipes Bee Hives Extracting Honey Queen Bee Swarming Textiles Dyeing Bleaching Dye Making Wool Cleaning Stain Removal Gilding Watch Polishing Rust Removal Burnishing Escapement Teeth Plates Springs Brass Diamond Broach Jeweling Gold Dust Alloys Coloring Gilding Metal Silver Solder Silversmith Tortoise Shell Ornamental Gilt Refining Leather Rubber Blacking Varnish Boots Shoes Dressing Leather Welding Sharpening Saws Cast Steel Iron Anchors Anvils Brass Bronze Ormolu Tools Engines Mining Prospecting Assaying Smelting Minerals Mineralogy Blasting Rock Excavation Mill Stones Dams Streams Digging Hauling Stencils Art Oil Paints Painting Artist THE UNIVERSAL ASSISTANT, AND COMPLETE MECHANIC. Containing Over One Million Industrial Facts, Calculations, Receipts, Processes, Trade Secrets, Rules, Business Forms Legal Items, Etc. In Every Occupation, from the Household to the Manufactory. By R. Moore. Illustrated with 500 Engravings. Published in 1879 by J.S. Ogilvie, New York. 7.5” x 5” hardcover binding. Illustrated. 1015 pages. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Flawless exterior as shown in photo. Front inner hinge cracked. Binding good otherwise. Text is clean and complete, pages lightly toned from age. No torn or missing pages. Good example of a scarce and valuable Victorian cookbook and household/trades how-to guide. Description: MOORE'S UNIVERSAL ASSISTANT was first published in the 1870s. It's a rare treasury of practical, useful and long-lost recipes and how-to instructions for householders, merchants, craftsmen and artisans. The quantity of information this book contains is staggering: Recipes. Cures and first aid. Household hints. Farm facts and fixes. Bee keeping. How to make all kinds of dyes. A lengthy section on watch-making and watch/clock repair, jewelry making, gold and silver plating, gold and alloys, etc. Practical information and advice for tradesmen and mill owner/operators. And much, much more. Down below you’ll see that I tried my best to give you some idea of just how extensive the range of information is in this book. I went as far as I could – and still more than half of what’s in this book didn’t make it on to this page! It isn’t often that a book defies my ability to fully describe its contents, but this is one of those occasions. So after you spend a few minutes browsing through the summaries I created below, pause and remind yourself that we’ve only scratched the surface of the 19th-century wisdom contained herein. Good luck, and I hope to see you at the close of the auction! CONTENTS ARE: Baking and Cooking Department: How to make hop yeast How to make stock or malt yeast How to make stock or malt yeast How to make compressed yeast How to ferment Setting sponge How to make London white bread The secrets of Vienna bread How to make aerated bread Another aerated bread How to make another excellent bread How to make French bread How to make dyspepsia bread How to make superior bread from buckwheat meal How to make corn meal bread No. 1 How to make corn meal bread No. 2 How to make corn meal bread No. 3 How to make the Best Boston Brown Bread How to make Boston or soft crackers How to make soda crackers How to make oyster crackers How to make cream crackers How to make cheap lady cake How to make frost cakes How to make Citron Frost Cake How to make Shrewsbury Cake How to make Lemon Cake How to make Rock Cake How to make Cup Cakes How to make Wedding Cake How to make another Wedding Cake How to make Cocoanut Cakes How to make Queen Cake How to make Drop Cake How to make Molasses Pound Cake How to make Cross Buns How to make Gold Cake How to make New York Sponge Cake How to make Lady Cake How to make Ground Rice Cakes How to make Cream Cakes How to make Rock Cakes How to make Snow Cakes How to make Moss Cake How to make New York Lunch Cake How to make Tea Cake How to make Fancy Cake How to make Raisin Cake How to make Pound Cake How to make Silver Cake How to make Ginger Snaps How to make Ginger Cake How to make Cinnamon Cakes How to make Seed Cakes How to make Spice Cake How to make New York Fancy Cake How to make Machine Jumbles How to make Champagne Biscuits How to make Cream Tartar Biscuits How to make Washington Cake How to make Brandy Snaps How to make Washington Pie How to make Filling for the Above Pies How to make Lemon Pies How to make Short Puff Paste for Pies How to make paste to cover pies How to make custard for pies How to make Filling for Mince Pies How to make Ice Cream How to make Chocolate Cream Ice How to make Ginger Ice Cream How to make Orange Cream Ice How to make Pine Apple Cream Ice How to make Cream Tartar Biscuit How to make Cocoanut Drops How to make French Rolls How to make Muffins How to make Bath Cakes How to make No. 1 Crackers How to make Naples Biscuit How to make Lemon Biscuit How to make Abernethy Biscuit How to make Savoy Biscuit How to make Ginger Snaps How to make York Biscuit How to make Traveller’s Biscuit Baking Powder for Biscuit How to make Brown Bread for Biscuits How to make Mince Pies How to make Pumpkin Pie How to make Lemon Pie How to make Lemon Pie with Three Crusts How to make Crumb Pie How to make Fruit Pie How to make Chicken Pie How to make Veal Pot Pie How to make Plum Pudding How to make Tapioca Pudding How to make Baked Pudding How to make Orange Pudding How to make Cocoanut Pudding How to make Hard Times Pudding How to make Baked Apple Pudding How to make Ground Rice or Sago Pudding How to make Custard Pudding How to make Winter Pudding How to make Baked Potato Pudding How to make College Pudding How to make Family Pudding How to make Cottage Pudding How to make Lemon Pudding How to make Sauces and Creams for Puddings How to make Beef Steak with Onions How to make seasoning for stuffing How to make Economical Soup How to make Vegetable Soup How to make Pea Soup How to make Fricasee Chickens How to make Baked Tomatoes How to make Mashed Turnips How to make Hashed Meat How to make Lobster Salad How to make Succotash How to make Macaroni Sports How to make Boiled Custard How to make Lemon Cream How to make Fruit Creams How to make Raspberry Cream How to make Turkey How to make Boiled Turkey How to Roast Ducks and Geese How to roast chicken How to broil chicken How to boil pigeons How to make Fish Chowder How to make Roast Beef How to make Beef Boiled Beef Steak Roast Pork Roast Veal Roast Mutton How to boil eggs Sausage Meat How to make Apple Custard How to make New England Apple Sauce or Butter How to make Apple Butter by the Pennsylvania Method How to make Irish Stew How to make Apple Dumplings How to make Boiled Poultry How to make Hashed Turkey How to make Boiled Macaroni How to make Strasburg Potted Meat How to make Bologna Sausages How to make Rich Sausages How to make How to Save Your Ice Bill How to make Charlotte Russe How to make Wine Jelly How to make Apple Molasses How to make Jellies How to make Blackberry Jelly How to make Pear Marmalade How to make Preserved Citron How to make Scotch Marmalade How to make Raspberry Jam How to make French Honey How to make Almond Blanc Mange How to make Lemon Blanc Mange How to make Molasses Preserves How to make Fruit Extracts Measures for Housekeepers Grocers and Confectioners’ Receipts: How to make cheap vinegar How to make vinegar in three days How to make excellent vinegar, cheap How to make white wine vinegar How to preserve eggs How to make liquid mucilage How to make candied lemon peel How to make baking powder How to make an ice chest How to make soap How to make transparent soap How to make English bar soap How to make best soft soap How to make soap without lye or grease How to make German yellow soap How to make hard soap with lard How to make white hard soap with tallow How to make variegated soaps How to make camphor soap How to make solid candles from lard How to clean and bleach tallow How to make imitation wax candles How to make adamantine candles from tallow How to make Belfast ginger ale How to make unfermented wine How to improve spoiled butter How to can fruit How to make teas How to make black teas How to make green teas How to make Java coffee How to make West India coffee How to make Turkey coffee Essence of coffee Coffee for pound packages How to flavor tobacco Flavor for cigar makers How to make maccaboy snuff How to make Spanish snuff How to make yellow snuff How to make perfumes for snuff Unerring tests for good flour How to make aerated bread How to make patent self-raising flour How to cure butter How to keep butter during hot weather How to restore rancid butter How to make tomato catsup How to make the Northern Light burning fluid Test for burning oil Preserved or solidified milk A premium method of keeping hams How to preserve meats, salmon, lobsters and hermetically sealed Neetmok pickles How to make gherkins How to make mixed pickles How to preserve fruit juice without heat How to preserve fresh meat in summer Milkman’s process Custard powders How to make curry powder How to make Napoleon’s camp sauce How to make pickled onions How to make French patent mustard How to make common mustard How to keep cider sweet and sweeten sour cider How to make ginger wine How to make ice cream How to make Chicago ice cream How to make a substitute for cream How to make ginger beer How to make Philadelphia beer How to make cider without apples How to make cheap cider How to make spruce and ginger beer How to make hop beer, very fine How to make Edinburgh ale Bottling porter – brown stout How to make lemon beer How to make table beer How to make hop beer How to make mjolasses beer How to make root beer How to make Ottawa beer and ginger ale How to make cheap beer How to restore sour beer How to improve the flavor of beer How to make lemondade How to make cream soda How to make a freezing preparation How to make Sarsaparilla mead How to make portable lemondade How to make imperial cream nectar How to make a peppermint cordial How to make a silver-top drink How to make sangaree How to make soda syrups How to make Stoughton bitters How to make common small beer How to make common small beer How to make royal pop How to make raspberry syrup without raspberries How to make bottled soda water without a machine How to make oyster soup How to make mock terrapin How to make blackberry wine How to make mutton haricot How to make imitation apple butter How to make lemon syrup How to make superior raisin wine How to make raisin wine equal to sherry How to make port wine How to make American champagne How to make British champagne How to make British Madeira How to make currant and other fruit wines How to make blackberry and strawberry wines How to make Morella wine How to make London sherry How to make English patent wine from rhubarb How to make various wines How to make ginger wine How to restore flat wine How to make white wines How to make champagne cider How to make Berlin caraway cordial How to make stomach bitters equal to Hostetter’s How to make Boker’s bitters How to make curacoa cordial How to make curacoa d’Hollande How to make anisette cordial How to make ratafia How to make arrack punch syrup How to make syrups for soda fountains How to make butyric ether How to make amylo-acetic ether How to make milk punch How to make Glasgow punch How to make mint julep How to make cider nectar How to make half and half How to make apple toddy How to make apple punch How to make old man’s milk How to make perfect love CANDY: How to make molasses candy Confectioner’s colors How to candy sugar How to make fig candy How to make raisin candy How to make Scotch butter candy How to make common lemon candy How to make peppermint, rose or horehound candy How to make popped corn How to make rock candy How to make orange rock candy How to make ginger candy How to make cream candy How to make red Verdun sugared almonds How to make superfine chocolate sugared almonds How to make superfine sugared filberts How to make coriander sugar plums How to make coriander in bottles How to make aniseed sugar plums How to make common twist candy How to make caramel How to make lemon caramel How to make cocoa nut candy How to make candy drops or pastilles How to make orange jasmine and cloves drops How to make saffron drops How to make heliotrope drops How to make pink drops How to make cinnamon drops How to make chewing gum How to make marshmallow and licorice drops How to make rose drops How to make lemon and orange drops How to make violet drops How to make coffee drops How to make chocolate drops How to make vanilla drops How to make imitation currant drops How to make peppermint drops How to make extemporaneous pastilles How to make orange flower candy tablets How to make vanilla candy tablets How to make peppermint candy tablets How to make liquor candy tablets How to make cinnamon candy drops How to make clove candy tablets How to make rose candy tablets How to make fruit candy tablets How to free molasses from its sharp taste and to render it fit to be used instead of sugar How to make peppermint lozenges How to make ginger lozenges How to make gum pastilles or jujubes How to make Spanish licorice jujubes How to make stick apple sugar How to make currant and raspberry paste drops How to make vases, baskets, figures, animals, in grained sugar How to make Everton taffy How to make candy fruit How to make jellies without fruit How to make prize honey How to keep fruits fresh How to make acid drops How to make chocolate cream candy Medical Department: Rules for Action, Very Short But Safe How to ascertain the health of the lungs How to make a remedy for neuralgia How to make a heache remedy How to cure a cold Trichina A remedy for Diptheria Holloway’s Ointment and Pills Abernethy’s Pills Worm Lozenges Soothimg Syrup Infant’s Syrup Davis’s Pain Killer Improved How to make a compound syrup of hypophosphites and iron Cure for drunkenness Farnstock’s Vermifuge Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral How to treat spasms Radway’s Ready Relief Radway’s Renovating Resolvent Ayer’s Sarsaparilla Brown’s Bronchial Troches Dentist’s Composition for Filling Decayed Teeth Poudre Metallique How to extract teeth with little or no pain How to make a tooth wash to remove blackness Dentist’s nerve paste Alloys for dentists’ moulds and dies Dentists’ Emery Wheels Nitrous Oxide, or Laughing Gas How to Inhale Laughing Gas Magnetic Painkiller for Toothache and Acute Pain Cure for Lock Jaw, said to be positive New Method of Embalming Nitrate of Silver Clifford’s shampoo compound Clifford’s Hair Dye Bay rum Hair invigorator Razor strop paste Oil of roses Balm of Beauty Oriental cold cream Shaving cream Circassian cream Freckle cure Yankee shaving soap Bloom of youth Cologne water Bogle’s Hyperion Fluid Lyon’s Kathairon Phalon’s Hair Restorative Mrs. Allen’s Batchelor’s Hair Dye Christadoro’s Hair Dye Phalon’s Instantaneous Hair Dye Harrison’s Hair Dye Professor Wood’s Hair Dye Alpine Hair balm Glycerine Preparation Crystalline Cream Macassar Oil Ox Marrow Bear’s Oil Extract of Patchouli Sea Foam for Barbers Pyrogallic Hair Dye Fine shampoo liquid Barber’s shampoo mixture Neetmok Rum Cheap Bay Rum Liquid for forcing the beard Court plaster Balm of a thousand flowers New York Barber’s Star Hair Oil Frangipanni Jockey Club Ladies’ Own Kiss Me Quick Upper Ten India Cholagogue Febrifuge Wine Barrell’s Indian Liniment Cod Liver Oil Paregoric Cough Syrup Vegetable substitute for calomel Dynamic power of various kinds of food Remedy for small pox Reliable small pox remedy Portable bath Fly paper Sweating drops Syrup for consumptives Common castor oil Pulmonic wafers Sir James Clarke’s Diarrhea and cholera mixture Vegetable of composition powder Tinctures Essences Substitute for arrowroot Certain cure for the croup Corns and warts Druggist’s colors Smelling salts Mineral water Congress water or fountains Kissingen water for fountains Vichy water for fountains Genuine Sedlitz powders Bottled Seidlitz water Excellent tooth powder Rat exterminator Bug poison Mjedicated cough candy Ague pill Age at which menstruation commences Atkinson’s Infant’s Preservative Pills to promote Menstrual Secretion For obstructed menstruation Injection for obstructed menstruation Stimulant in low fevers and after uterine hemorrhages For Female Complaints For disease of the kidneys Nerve and bone liniment Cephalic snuff Downer’s salve Another salve Whooping cough syrup Green Mountain Salve English remedy for cancer Chronic gout Gout tincture Paralytic liniment Charcoal a cure for sick headache Cathartic syrup Chillblains Felons Felon salve Felon ointment Warts and corns Remedy for Inflammatory rheumatism The conservation of health On bathing The Temperate Bath The full warm bath The hot bath Poor man’s vapor bath The sponge bath The sitting or sitz bath The head bath The douche bath The shallow bath The wet sheet pack Spirit vapor bath Sulphur and medicated baths The air bath Galvanic electric and magnetic baths The acid bath The shower bath The foot bath The mud bath The iodine bath The Turkish bath Weak back Sprained ankle Spitting of blood Apoplexy Bright’s disease Remedy for gout and rheumatism Croup syrup Sulphuric ether Chloroform Carbonic oxide gas Rules to be followed by bystanders in case of injury by machinery etc For numbness from cold How to treat a frozen limb In apparent death from breathing noxious vapors Dr M Hall’s directions for restoring the apparently drowned Rules for accidents on water Oxygen gas German rheumatic fluid Liniment for old sores Liniment – Good Samaritan Inhalation of a tar for consumption Cancer cure Taylor’s remedy for deafness Cure for earache Ottawa root beer Mouth wash Wash for removing particles of zinc or iron from the eye How to remove tumors Compound syrup of hypophosphites Cook’s electro magnetic liniment London liniment Ointments for old sores Judkins’ ointment Magnetic ointment Mead’s salt-rheum ointment Green ointment Itch ointment Jaundice Remedy for rheumatism and stiff joints Asthma remedies Composition powder French remedy for chronic rheumatism Diuretics Diuretic drops Diuretic tincture Diuretic for children Dropsy syrup and pills Dropsy pills Liver pill Irritating plaster How to sugar coat pills Positive cure for hydrophobia Eye preparations India prescription for sore eyes Indian eye water Black oil Vermifuge lozenges Harlem oil or Welsh medicamentum Egyptian cure for cholera Indian prescription for cholera isthmus cholera tincture King of Oils for neuralgia and rheumatism Neuralgia internal remedy Artificial skin for burns, bruises, abrasions Indian balsam How to cure wens Bronchocele Dalby’s carminative Positive cure for diarrhea Cure for ague How to improve the voice Cure for tape worm Necessary rules for sleep Signs of disease in children Whooping cough Diarrhea Colic Fever Rickets and scrofula Fits and spasms Enlargement of the brain Water in the head Mumps Scarlet fever Measles Typhoid fever Farmers and Stock Owners’ Department: Rarey’s Directions for Breaking and Training Horses Cruelty to Horses Rarey’s Liniment Rarey’s Wizard Oil Rarey’s Directions for Shoeing Horses How to Prevent Horses Kicking in the Stall How to Cure Broken Legs Lampas Gravel Halter-pulling How to recruit a hide-bound horse How to prevent horses from jumping How to cure Big Leg How to treat sore breasts The check rein on horses Itch How to treat stoppage of urine How to cure balky horses Dr. Cole’s King of Oils Sloan’s Horse Ointment How to make Mexican Mustang Liniment How to make Merchant’s Gargling Oil How to make Arabian Condition Powders How to make Blistering Liniment Medicated food for horses and cattle Lotion for mange How to treat strains and swellings Hoof-bound wash How to toughen hooves How to treat scratches How to treat cough How to treat split or broken hoof How to cure colic How to cure distemper How to cure founder in 24 hours Cure for staggers A cure for ring bone and spavin Another cure Spavin Cure – a $300 Recipe Another very valuable recipe for ring bone How to make a splint and spavin liniment How to treat poll evil and fistula Diagram of a sound horse Points in a horse Comparative value of food for horses Diagram showing diseases of the horse How to tame horses The best remedy for heaves in horses How to cure bots in horses How to make liniment for sweeny How to treat looseness or scouring in horses and cattle How to treat scours and pin worms in horses and cattle How to make a very strong English stable liniment How to cure colic in horses and persons How to make liniment for 50 cents a gallon Shoeing horses Horse ail How to treat saddle and harness galls Langtrea Preparation Grease heel A valuable remedy for heaves How to distinguish and cure distemper A remedy for founder How to make a physic-ball for horses A physic for cattle How to treat hoof-ail in sheep Superphosphate of lime, the greatest agricultural discovery of the age Superphosphate in 24 hours How to make a fertilizer for tobacco How to make home-made poudrette How to make home-made guano of unequalled excellence How to dissolve large bones for manure without expense Substitute for super phosphate How to double the usual quantity of manure on a farm (you got a “ma” and a “newer”) Twenty dollars worth of manure for almost nothing Ashes from soil by spontaneous combustion Substitute for barn manure Doherty’s description Sheep-dipping composition Oat or wheat straw made equal to hay Death for vermin on plants or animals Remedy for curculio in fruit trees How to make grafting wax How to cultivate tobacco How to preserve potatoes from rot How to pack fruits for long distances Thorley’s Condimental Food Cure for swelled bag in cows How to increase the flow of milk in cows A home-made machine for removing stumps How to sprout onions How to renew old orchards How to destroy the moth or miller How to keep milk sweet and how to sweeten sour milk How to make cheap and good vinegar Mr Culley’s red salve to cure the rot in sheep How to improve the wool of sheep by smearing How to mark sheep without injury to the wool How to prevent the fly in turnips Coloring for cheese The great secrets for trapping foxes and other game Food for singing birds How to get much butter from little milk Composition for driving out rats, etc How to form springs How to burn lime without a kiln Eye water for horses and cattle How to destroy moss on trees How to protect fruit trees from attack of mice, etc Points of a good horse The Epizootic How to determine the age of horses How to make artificial rubber from milkweed How to pickle meat in one day Baron Liebig’s Great Fertilizer Another cheap fertilizer Threshing by steam power How to protect sheep from the gad fly How to make Excelsior axle grease Rapid rule to reckon cost of hay, coal, etc Ploughing table for horse Quantity of seed required for a given number of hills or length of drill Quantity of seed required per acre and actual weight of each to the bushel How to tst the vitality of seeds Compound to revive exhausted orchards Artificial manure Equivalent fertilizing properties How to seed oats How to seed wheat How to produce the pear in perfection Salt and its uses How to kill the potato bug How to relieve choked cattle How to farrow cows How to cook food for cattle How to fatten sheep Hay racks for sheep ON farm buildings Rules for farmers How to measure corn in the crib How to compute the weight of live cattle A grand idea for farmers A simple stump puller Dynamite vs. stumps and rocks Cockroach destroyer How to estimate the quanity of peat How to rid a house of rats Arguments in favor of soiling cattle How to construct an ice house On cheese manufacture Bee-Keeping: How to construct Bee Hives Detailed directions for making the American Bee Hive Useful hints for beginner bee keepers How to extract honey Hatching and fertilization of Queens How to prevent New Swarms from leaving the Hives The Nucleus system of Swarming When and How to Swarm the Bees Hens made to protect bees How to kill bee moths Bee flowers Textiles: Dyers, Bleachers and Clothiers Department: How to make Saxon Blue Dye How to make Green Fustic Dye How to make Blue Dye for hosiery How to make indigo and logwood dye for cloth Dye for wool or silk New bleach for wool, silk or straw How to fix dyes How to make scarlet with lac dye Muriate of tin or scarlet spirit How to make scarlet dye with cochineal How to make Purple Dye How to make chemic blueing or extract of indigo How to make Drab Silver Dye How to make Chrome Black Dye for Whool How to make Red Madder dye How to make Dark Snuff Brown on wool How to make wine color dye How to make Pink Dye for Wool How to make dark Blue dye How to make Orange Dye How to make Sky Blue on Cotton How to make a brown dye on wool How to make Brown on Cotton How to make Brown on Wool and Silk Solitaire How to make Fuller’s Purifier for cloths How to make Green on Cotton How to make Pink Dye for Cotton How to make Purple Dye for Silk How to make Yellow on Silk How to make Purple on cotton How to make Black on Cotton How to make Red Dye for wool How to make Yellow on cotton How to make Violet Dye on silk or wool How to make Slate dye on Silk How to make Lilac Dye on Silk How to make Green Dye on Silk How to make Brown on Silk How to make Brown Dye on Cotton or Linen How to make Mulberry on Silk How to make Mulberry on Silk How to make Green Dye on wool and Silk How to make Orange Dye How to make Blue on Cotton How to make Solfering and Magenta Dyes on White Woollen, Silk, or Cotton and Woollen Mixtures How to make Liquid Dye Colors How to cleanse wool How to starch lustre How to Dye Hats How to make Chestnut Brown on Straw Bonnets How to make Violet Dye on Straw Bonnets How to make Silver Grey Dye on Straw How to make Lime Water for Dyers’ Use How to make Dark Steel Color How to render Anilene Colors Soluble in abcxs Water How to make Aniline Green on silk How to dye Aniline Scarlet How to make Bismarck Brown for Dyeing How to make Aniline Blue How to make Aniline Red How to make Aniline Violet and Purple How to make Aniline Black for Dyeing How to make New Mordant for Aniline Colors How to dye Aniline Yellow How to dye with Alkali Blue and Nicholson’s Blue How to make Anilie Brown Dye How to extract oil spots from finished goods How to Preserve Goods and Clothing from Mildew How to bleach feathers How to clean straw bonnets How to make Crimson How to make Cinnamon or Brown on Cotton and Silk How to make Aniline Black on Silk or Cotton How to color straw hats or bonnets a beautiful slate How to clean ostrich feathers How to clean furs How to make Washing Fluid How to dye Chip or Straw Hats How to make Dyes for Hats How to make Waterproof Stiffening For Hats How to bleach straw How to bleach straw goods How to make Varnish for Faded Rubber Goods How to bleach linen How to make Dye for Feathers How to make Colors for Artificial Flowers How to make Black Varnish for Chip and Straw Hats An easy method of preventing moths in fur or woollens How to formulate a clothing renovator How to make a waterproof for porous cloth How to remove grease How to waterproof clothing How to renew old silks How to make Potter’s Invisible Waterproofing How to make Dyes for Furs How to raise a nap on cloth How to make a black reviver for cloth Household Receipts: How to extract essential oil from wood, barks, roots, herbs etc Fumigating paper Transparent cement for glass How to make sealing wax How to make horticultural ink How to make bottle wax How to make lithographic ink How to make inks How to make liquid blacking How to make ticketing ink for grocers How to make blueing for clothes How to make starch polish How to make fire kindlers How to bottle ciders Knots and how to tie them Watchmakers, Jewellers and Gilders' Receipts: On Watch Cleaning How to Clean The "Chemical Process" How to Prepare Chalk for Cleaning Pivot Wood Pith for Cleaning How to Pivot How to Tell When the Lever is of the Proper Length How to Change the Depth of Lever Escapement How to Case-Harden Iron How to Tighten a Cannon Pinion on the Centre Arbor when Too Loose How to Frost Watch Movements Rule for Determining the Correct Diameter of a Pinion by Measuring Teeth of the Wheel That Matches into it How to Polish Wheels Perfectly without Injury Sandoz's Method of Producing Isochronism in Flat and Breguet Springs How to Regulate a Watch in a Few Minutes, and a Practical Method to Put a New Hair Spring, of the Right Size and Perfectly Regulated in a Watch without Running It Of Compensation To Make Polishing Broaches How to Polish Steel Crocus Powder for Polishing How to Remove Rust from Iron or Steel How to Make Burnishers How to Prepare a Burnisher for Polishing Rules for Determining the Correct Length of the Lever, Size of Ruby Pin Table, Size of the Pallets, and Depth of Escapement of Lever Watches List of Trains of Watches, Showing the Number of Teeth in the Wheels, Leaves in the Pinions, Beats in a Minute, and Time the Fourth Wheel Revolves In Trains for Seven Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Nine Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Eleven Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Fifteen Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Seventeen Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Third Wheel and Patent Seconds Trains for Fourth Wheel Seconds, with Eleven Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains for Fourth Wheel Seconds, with Thirteen Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains, for Fourth Wheel Seconds, with Fifteen Teeth in the Escapement Wheel Trains, for Fourth Wheel Seconds, with Seventeen Teeth in Escapement Wheel Trains of the American Watch Company's Watch How to Put Watches in Beat How to Frost Watch Plates How to Restore Watch Dials How to Whiten Silver Watch Dials How to Make a Watch Keep Good Time When the Cylinder Edges are Worn Off, by Altering the Escapement without Putting a New Cylinder In Poising Watch Balance How to Prevent a Chain Running off the Fusee How to Weaken the Hair Spring How to Tighten a Ruby Pin How to Temper Brass, or to Draw Its Temper How to Temper Gravers How to Temper Drills Other Methods to Temper Springs How to Temper Clocks, Ratchets, &c How to Draw the Temper from Delicate Steel Pieces without Springing Them How to Temper Staffs, Cylinders, or Pinions, without Springing Them How to Draw the Temper from Part of a Small Steel Article How to Blue Screws Evenly How to Remove Bluing from Steel How to Make Diamond Broaches Jewelling How to Make Diamond Files How to Make Pivot Files How to Make a Diamond Mill How to Make Diamond Dust How to Preserve Pinions or Bearings from Corrosion and Rust How to Clean a Clock How to Bush How to Remedy Worn Pinion How to Oil Properly How to Make the Clock Strike Correctly A Defect to Look After Figures on Gold and Silver Dials How to Determine the Exact Focal Distance of Spectacle Glasses On Melting and Refining How to Fuse Gold Dust Gold Alloys Sterling Gold Alloy Drying Coloring for Gold Alloys Wet Colored Alloys How to Wet-Color the Foregoing Alloys Alloys, Continued How to Recover the Gold Lost in Coloring Alloys for Gold Gilding Metal Jewellers' Gold Compositions Artificial Gold New French Patent Alloy for Silver Gold Colored Gold Silver Solders French Gold Plate English Standard for Silver Alloy for Watch Pinion Sockets Coloring of Jewelry For Silversmiths Dead White on Silver Articles Pickle, for Frosting and Whitening Silver Goods How to Frost Polished Silver Silvering Hooks and Eyes, &c Ornamental Designs on Silver How to Extract Silver from Waste Products How to Solder Tortoise Shell Artificial Pearls Reviver for Old Jewelry How to Recover Gold from Gilt Metal Polishing Powder for Gold and Silver Silver Plating Fluid How to Reduce English Sovereigns to Lower Fineness How to Melt Gold How to Remove Tin from the Stock Making Brittle Gold Strong How to Make Plated Stock Jeweller's Armenian Cement Jewellers' Cement How to Separate Gold and Silver From Lace Tarnish on Electro-Plated Goods A Bright Gold Tinge How to Refine Gold How to Refine Silver How to Refine Copper Cold Silvering of Metals How to Hard Solder Gold, Silver, Copper, Brass, Iron, Steel or Platina How to Soft Solder Articles How to Clean Silver Tarnished in Soldering Nickel Plating Stalba's Nickel Plating Process How to Make Silver Solution for Electro-Plating How to Make Gold Solution for Electro Plating How to Plate with a Battery How to Make Gold Amalgam How to Plate with Gold Amalgam How to Make and Apply Gold Plating Solution How to Make and Apply Gold Plating Powder How to Make and Apply Silver Plating Solution How to Make and Apply Silver-Plating Powder How to Destroy the Effects of Acid on Clothes How to Wash Silverware How to Cleanse Brushes How to Cut Glass Round or Oval without a Diamond How to Re-Black Clock Hands How to Gild Steel Silvering Shells Silver Platers' Stripping Liquid Refining Gold and Silver For Alloys Containing Platinum Enamelling on Gold or Copper Silver-Plating Plating with Nickel Elkington's Patent Gilding Watchmaker's Oil Solution for Dipping Steel Articles Previously to Electro Plating Arrangement of Lapidaries Cutting Plates Polishing Diamonds Intelligence for Lumbermen, Builders, Contractors, Mill Owners, Ship Builders, Ship Owners, Navigators, Quarrymen, Stone Cutters, Merchants and Business Men Generally: How to prevent wood from cracking How to bend wood Fire proofing for wood Cutting logs in the western pine forests Breaking a jam Seasoning and preserving timber Buying and selling timber Russian way of stopping holes in ships How to raise the body of a drowned person How to get rid of rats How to make hydraulic cement How to make engineer’s cement How to make stone cement How to make glue How to make cheap waterproof glue How to make prepared liquid glue How to make grindstones from common sand How to make polishing powder for specula On saw-mills: How to get the most lumber from saw logs Comparative resilience of different kinds of lumber Velocities of wood-working machinery Quantity and cost of supplies for horses and lumbering crews in the woods How to mend broken saws Velocity of wheels, pulleys, drums, etc Construction of trussed roofs Anti-fouling composition for ships Measurements and calculations of the tonnage of vessels and ships of the United States For a double-deck vessel Self-acting nautical pump Goods proportioned in stowage Lightning calculator for merchants, seamen, contractors, &c Cost of English merchantmen by ton How to find the Meridian Captain Boyton’s new device to save life from piers and to throw a line from a ship Receipts for Tanners, Curriers, Boot, Shoe and Rubber Manufacturers, Marble Workers, Bookbinders, &c. Best Color for Shoe and Harness Edge Cheap Color for the Edge Beautiful Bronze for Leather Superior Edge Blacking Sizing for Boots and Shoes in Treeing Out Black Varnish for the Edge Waterproof Varnish for Harness Blacking for Harness Best Harness Varnish Extant Harness Oil Brilliant French Varnish for Leather Liquid Japan for Leather Waterproof Oil Blacking Shoemaker’s Heel Balls Best Heel Ball Channellers and Shoemakers’ Cement Cement for Leather or Rubber Soles and Leather Belting German Blacking Oil Paste Blacking Gold Varnish Grain Black for Harness Leather Beautiful Stains for Boots, Shoes and Leather Goods Bridle Stain On Rubber Goods Light Buffer Springs Grey Packing for Marine Engines &c Rag Packing for Valves, Bearing Springs, Etc Composition for Suction Hose for Fire Engines Common Black Packing Common White Buffer Rings Vulcanite or Ebonite Best Pure Spring, or Washers “Hypo” cloth for Waterproof Coats How to Vulcanize India Rubber How to Deodorize Rubber Gutta Percha and Rubber Waste How to Utilize Leather Scraps Deer Skins – Tanning and Buffing For Gloves Tanning with Acid Another Way to Tan with Acid Canadian Process How to Tan Fur Skins, &c Process for Tanning Calf, Kip and Harness Leather in from 6 to 30 Days How to Tan Raw Hide How to Tan Muskrat Skins with the Fur On How to Dye Furs French Finish for Leather French Patent Leather Cheap Tanning without Bark or Mineral Astringents A New Tanning Composition French Polish or Dressing for Leather Tanning Curriers’ Size Curriers’ Paste Curriers’ Skirting Skirting Dyes for Morocco and Sheep Leather How to Marble Books or Paper Bookbinders’ Varnish Red Sprinkle for Bookbinders’ Use Tree Marble Gold Sprinkle for Books How to Gild the Edges of Books Chinese Edge for Books How to make Paper into Parchment How to Manufacture Glue How to Dye Leather Yellow Mother of Pearl Work How to Polish Pearl How to Cut and Polish Marble Seven Colors for Staining Marble Perpetual Ink for Tombstones How to Extract Oil from Marble or Stone How to Gild Letters on Marble How to Clean Marble How to make a Chemical Barometer Trappers’ and Anglers’ Secret for Game and Fish Receipts For Machinists, Engineers, Millowners, Blacksmiths, Locomotive Builders and Metal Workers of Every Kind: General: How to shape a sailing vessel or steamer Saw Machine for Stones Water Works How to Unite Water Pipes Sugar Mill for Canes Oil Mill Hydrostatic Press Fulling Mill Indelible Red Ink for Cotton and Woolen Mills Wind Mills French Flour Mill English Flour Mill The Leffel Improved Double Turbine Water Wheel Table of Spouting Velocity and Discharge of Water for Gate Orifices Wheel Gearing, Construction of Teeth Fly Wheels Boring Machine for Submarine Tunnels Railway Tunnels in soft sandstone Shafts The Ingersoll Rock Drill Tempering Liquids Tempering Mill Picks How to Temper a Drill Very Hard Composition for Tempering To Make Iron take a Bright Polish like Steel Dipping Tools when Hardening Substitute for Borax Welding Cast Steel Annealing Steal To Drill Hardened Steel To Harden Metals German Welding Powder Tempering Swords and Cutlasses Belgian Welding Powder Composition used in Welding Cast Steel To Restore Burnt Steel and Improve Poor Steel Restoring Burnt Steel Composition to Restore Burnt Steel Composition to Toughen Steel To Re-sharpen Old Files To Soften Iron or Steel Tempering Steel Springs Tempering Saws Tempering Spiral Springs To Temper Small Springs Tempering Tempering Razors, Cutlery, Saws, &c How to Improve Poor Iron Case Hardening for Iron Moxon’s Case-Hardening Process For Malleable Iron Another for Wrought Iron To Temper Springs Case-Hardening Compound Composition for Welding Cast Steel How to Weld Cast Iron To Temper Taps or Reamers To Harden and Temper Cast Steel Water Annealing To Soften Malleable Iron To Chuck Pulleys To Set the Chuck Rest To Scrape Cast Iron Smooth To Make Drill Sockets or Collets Screw Threads – The English Proportions, the Whitworth Thread Screw Threads – Standard American Proportions Hardening and Filling for Fire-Proof Safes Metallic Bath for Tempering Tempering Locomotive Tires Making Anchors Manufacturing Chains Manufacturing and Repairing Anvils Vulcanite Emery Wheels How to Braze a Band Saw To Remove Rust Damascus Steel Gearing a Lathe for Screw Cutting Cutting a Screw in an Engine Lathe Cutting Square Neetmok Thread Screws Mongrel Threads Planing Metals Planing Perpendicularly Gear Cutting Depth of Teeth Measuring to find the Number of Teeth Bevel Gears Draw-Filing and Finishing Lining Boxes with Babbitt Metal Turning and Boring How to fit Keys into Lucks Putting Machines together Squaring or Facing Up Cast Iron Surfaces Boring a Hole without a Boring tool Boring Holes with Boring Arbor How to make a Boring Arbor and Tool that will not chatter How to straighten shafting Turning Shafting How to forge a Twist Drill Paper Friction Pulleys On Belting and Friction Methylated Spirit Engineer’s Bell Signals in Use on Steamers To Dye Metals Burglar Alarm Black Varnish for Iron Work To file a Hole Square To turn Chilled Iron Drilling Holes in Cast Iron Hardening Wood for Pulleys Making Dies for Screw Cutting To Dip a Fluted Reamer Properly Anti-Friction Metal Composition for Crucibles Cast Iron Patterns Facing Sands, &c. for Castings To Prevent Holes in Castings To Cast Chilled Iron Tools for Cutting Chilled Iron Dysiot Good Brass for Machinery Superior Bell Metal Brass To Cast Brass Solid New and Beautiful Alloys Good Britannia Metal German Silver, First Quality for Casting Sundry Compositions How to repair Cracked Bells To Galvanize Grey Iron Castings To find the speed of a countershaft To find the size of a pulley required To find the size of a pulley for a main shaft To weld Steel Axles To keep Wagon Tires on the Wheel To chill Cast Iron very hard Flux for reducing Lead Ore Varnish for Smooth Moulding patterns Iron Lustre Varnish for Iron To soften cast iron for turning Cast iron ornaments How to break up old cannon Amalgam for mirros Reflector Metal Metal for Gilt Wares Amalgam for Electrical Machines Type Metal Dowlais Iron Works Russia Sheet Iron Liquid Black Lead Polish Copperas Dip for Cast Iron Enamelled Cast Iron Moulding Sand for Casting Brass or Iron Refining Fluxes for Metals Burning Iron Castings Together Cornish Reducing Flux Malleable Cast Iron Japanese Castings Hardening Axletrees and Boxes Composite Iron Railings How to Galvanize Cast Iron Throughout To Obtain Commercial Antimony 32 Kinds of Bronzing Compositions Copper Plates Brass Solution Brassing Iron Ormolu Coloring To Reduce Oxide of Zinc To Frost and Cloud Small Brass Work Yellow and Light Red Bronze Magic Polish for Brass Dead Black for Brass Work of Lenses To Solder German Silver Silvery Appearance on Iron Ware Permanent Brassing on Iron Wire To Clean Smooth Tarnished Brass To Clean Embossed or Undercut Brass Dead Appearance on Brass To Lacquer Brass Contrast Colors for Painting Machinery Varnish for Loom Harness Paint for Metals, Proof against Hot Water Draughtsmen’s Colors for Mechanical Drawing Tracing Paper, to Stand Washing Tracing Paper To Solder Without Heat Easy Soldering of Brass To Tin Copper and Brass Mixture for Silvering To Separate Silver from Copper To Write in Silver Tinning Acid for Brass or Zinc To Clean and Polish Brass To Bronze Iron Castings Removing Zinc and Iron from Plumbers’ Solder Tinning Cast Iron Silvering by Heat Zincing To Cloud Metal Work Silvering Powder Paste for Cleaning Metals To Prevent Iron or Steel from Rusting Fancy Colors on Metals Coating Iron Castings with Gold or Silver Brunswick Black for Grates Bronze Paint for Iron Tinning Iron Tinning New Tinning Process To Recover the Tin from Old Britannia Kustitien’s Metal for Tinning Galvanizing Iron Preventing of Rust To Purify Zinc Transparent Blue for Iron or Steel Lead Shot Black Bronze on Iron or Steel Paint for Sheet Iron Smoke Pipe To Copper the surface of Iron, Steel or Iron Wire To Join Broken Lead Pipes during Pressure of Water To prevent corrosion in Lead Pipes To Bend Copper or Brass Tubes To Join Lead Plates Tinning interior of Lead Pipes To Prevent Lead Exploding Tabular view of the Processes of Soldering Doherty’s Description 32 Kinds of Solder Right Angled Elbow Elbows for Gutters for Eaves of Roofs Bronzing Gas Fittings To Separate Gold from Silver To Tin Copper Stew Dishes Parker’s Copper Hardening Process To Strike Out Common Flaring Vessels, Cones, &c Flux for Welding Coppers To Strike out a Circular Elbow To Strike Out Ovals, Oval Flaring Vessels Gold Lacquer for Tin To Describe a Heart Japanners’ Gold Size Japanning How to Strike Out Can Tops and Bevel Covers for Vessels Different Styles of Filing To Crystallize Tin Compression of India Rubber Buffer of Three Inches Stroke To Strike a Set of Patterns for the Envelope of a Cone Adjusting Locomotive Valves Damaskeening Brazing Cast Iron Machinists’ Tools: Working Steel for Tools How to Make, Harden and Temper Tools To Die or Temper Half-Round Files or Reamers To Set a Lathe to Turn Tapering To Set a Lathe to Turn Shafting On Keys, Planing Key Ways, &c Care of Lathes, Planers, Drills, &c Tools for Turning Fluted Reamers To Flute Taps Cold Chisels Single-Lipped Reamers Tempering Tools Steam Engines: Instructions to Engineers Duties to the Engine When Under Steam Steam Packing How to Work Steam Expansively How to Set the Valve of an Engine How to Find the Stroke of the Valve How to find the throw of the Eccentric Lead on the Slide Valve Lap on the Slide Valve Table showing the amount of Lap on the Slide Valve at various points of cut off; also the travel of the valve in inches Giffard’s Injector On the Form, Strength, &c. of Steam Boilers Boiler Shells Composition for Covering Boilers On the prevention of scale in steam boilers Average Proportion of Various Parts of Engines Rule for Size of Cylinder Stroke of Engines Rule to find the Horse-Power of Stationary Engines Balance Wheels Marine Beam Engine On Marine and Other Boilers Cleaning Boiler Tubes Steam-Pipe Jacketing Cement Flanges to Stand Brazing Gedge’s Metal Engineer’s Tools Fire and Waterproof Cement Marine Engine Counter, Clock, Vacuum Gauge, and Steam Gauges Care of Steam Gauges Steam Pipes Substitute for Fire Clay for Boiler Furnaces Watch the Leaks Dimensions and Capacity of First Class Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine An Improved Fire Escape Steam Fire Engines Cast Iron for Steam Cylinders Rules for Thickness of Steam Cylinder Piston Rings Cooling Compound for Heavy Bearings To Prevent Sperm Oil Gumming Machinery Lubricants How to find the Diameter of Governor-Shaft Pulley Facts for Steam Users Rule to find the Weight necessary to Put on a Lever when the Area of Valve, Lever, &c. are known Sterro Metal Portable Engines Cornish Engines James Watt The Waterous Engine Works Co.’s High Pressure Engine Richard’s Indicator by Elliot Brothers, London The Allen High Pressure Cut Off Engine Hampson and Whitehill’s High Pressure Engine The Baxter Portable Steam Engine Griffith and Wedge’s Vertical Portable Engine Marine Steam Engines: Duties to Machinery when in Harbor before getting under steam, by a Practical Engineer Duties to Machinery when steam is getting up Starting the engines Duties when under steam Duties to machinery when Ship has arrived in port How to find the amount of Lap on the Slide Valves How to set the Slides Robert Fulton, the Pioneer of Steam Navigation in America For Engineers and Firemen on Locomotives: Instructions to Engineers and Firemen on Locomotives The Double Eccentric, Link and Valve Motion Power of Engines Wagon-top Locomotive Boiler Average Proportion of the Various Parts of Locomotives Stephenson’s “Rocket” Fire Cement Railway Train Speed Table The Stephenson Link and Valve Gear of 1833 Railway Signals Speed of Passenger Trains Baldwin’s Standard Passenger Engine George Stephenson, the First Locomotive Engineer Engine No. 1, Stockton and Darlington Railroad, 1825 Sparks from the Locomotive Edson’s Time, Pressure, Speed Recording, and Alarm Gauge Giffard’s Injector Method of Operation Railway Cross Ties Non-Conductor for Steam Pipes and Cylinders The First Railway Passenger Coach Baldwin’s Locomotive “Ironsides, 1852 Latent Heat of Steam Application for Burns and Scalds Cement to Mend Leaky Boilers Cement for Holes or Cracks Quick-Setting Rust Joint Air and Water Tight Cement for Casks and Cisterns Marine Glue Cement for External Use Cement to Resist Red Heat and Boiling Water Cement to join sections of Cast-Iron Wheels Varnish for Boilers Soft Cement for Steam Boilers, Steam Pipes, &c. Hard Cement Gasfitters’ Cement Plumbers’ Cement Coppersmiths’ Cement Compositions to fill holes in castings Cast Iron Cement Cement for Steam-Pipe Joints with faced flanges Cement for joints of Iron Pipeso or Holes in Castings Cement for Belting How to repair leakages in fire engine hose To repair rubber hose Cementing emery to wood How to coat iron with emery How to clean cotton waste French Putty How to mend cracked cast iron vessels How to prevent iron rusting Cement for petroleum lamps Roman Cement Vicat’s Hydraulic cement Glue to resist moisture Cement to fasten leather on top rollers Turners’ Cement Cement for electrical machines and galvanic troughs Architectural Cement Alabaster Cement French Cement for Rooms Cement for cloth or leather Cutlers’ cement Cement for fastening fibrous materials to metals Mucilage Cement to fast wood or rubber to metals Temporary Repairs in Locomotive Break-downs on the Road: Bursting of the tubes of flues Throwing off a driving wheel Where a wheel tire is thrown off Heated axle boxes When the piston rod becomes heated Broken Crank Pin Driving out the front cylinder head Breaking of the piston rod Breaking of the piston rod from the cross-head Breaking a lifting link or the Saddle Pin connecting the reverse shaft to the slot link Slipping of the eccentrics Assaying and Smelting Metals: Gold Assay by Smelting Process Gold Assay with a Horn Spoon In the Assay of Rock containing Pyrites Silver Assay by Smelting To Assay Argentiferous Galena Test for Iron or Copper Pyrites Silver Assay with Testing Tubes And more Prospecting, Placer Mining: Prospecting for Quartz How to prospect a River Bar How to Prospect in a Gully Prospecting Flats How to Prospect with a Knife Placer Mining, Board Sluice Process Quartz Crushing, Mining Machinery Quartz Crushing by Stamps Smelting Silver And more. Excavation: Blasting Powders Blasting Rocks To make Dualin Labor on Embankments Hauling Stone Earth Digging Weight of Earth, Rock, &c Gauging Streams Stowage of Coals For Farmers’ Mills: Holes in Millstones Fitting a New Back on an Old Millstone Balancing a Millstone Composition to Keep Millstones Clean Mill Dams Rock Dams Frame Dams Brush or Log Dams Printing, Engraving, &c.: On Wood Cuts and New Wood Types Printers’ Rollers Silvering Solution for Electrotype Plates Liquid for Brightening Common Qualities of Black or Colored Inks Good Reducing Dryer To Give Dark Inks a Bronze or Changeable Hue Quick Dryer for Inks used on Bookbinders’ Cases Savage’s Printing Ink Printing Ink Gum for Backing Labels Professor Bottger’s Portable Ink Coloring and Sizing of Paper To Pulp Straw for Paper-making To Transfer Prints from Paper to Wood for Re-engraving To Transfer Prints, &c Paper for Draughtsmen To Apply Decalcomine Pictures Engraving on Wood Steelplate Engraving Writing Inscriptions on Metals Etching Fluids Moulds and Dies Engravers’ Border Wax Cast Engravings Black Stencil Inks Indelible Stencil Inks Blue Ruling Ink To Print a Picture from the Print Itself To Clean Old Oil Paintings To renew Old Oil Paintings Magic Paper Rubber Hand Stamps To make Door Plates Reliable Formula for Photographers Photograph Water Colors, Flesh Tints (Sections Not Summarized) Cabinetmakers and Painters Receipts Farm buildings, Agricultural Tables, Land Management, Etc Geological Facts and Origin and Formation of the Earth Tables for Printers Patent Office Rules, Charges, Etc Areas of Lakes, Seas, etc. and Heights of Mountains Telegraphy Book-keeping and Various Business Rules Special Laws of the Following States and Territories Tables for Miners Some of the following photos are from another antique edition of Moore's Universal Assistant that I sold here last year. The same illustrations/information is in the book currently at auction, albeit with possible variation in age toning/foxing. Remember folks, this is an 1879 original. This book is 140 years old. Check out all the RARE ANTIQUE BOOKS ABOUT THE INDIAN WARS, CIVIL WAR, REVOLUTIONARY WAR AND THE OLD WEST THAT I'M OFFERING ON EBAY THIS WEEK! Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers! Don't miss out on any of my latest listings. Click here to sign up for the NEETMOK NEWSLETTER! FREE MEDIA MAIL SHIPPING in the United States of America. INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS: All international bidders must pay by PayPal. © 2001-2019 by eBay seller neetmok. NEETMOK BOOKS IS A REGISTERED MEMBER OF EBAY’S VERO PROGRAM. Unauthorized use of Item Description Text or Images is a violation of eBay rules, as posted by eBay: "No Copying Allowed! 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Good example of a scarce and valuable Victorian cookbook and household/trades how-to guide. -- CELL PHONE/APP/FIREFOX USERS: YOU MAY NOT BE SEEING MY COMPLETE LISTING. IF IT APPEARS NO DESCRIPTION ACCOMPANIES THIS AUCTION OR IF DESCRIPTION APPEARS TO BE INCOMPLETE: (1) CLICK ON “VIEW FULL DESCRIPTION.” (2) SWITCH TO CHROME BROWSER. OR (3) CONTACT ME., Year Printed: 1879, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Topic: American (US), Binding: Hardcover, Region: North America, Origin: American, Rarity: VERY RARE, Author: R. Moore, Subject: Cooking, Original/Facsimile: Original, Language: English, Publisher: Ogilvie, Place of Publication: New York, Special Attributes: Illustrated

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