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" Take three sheets of drawing paper (ontsides will answer the purpose perfectly well, and being much cheaper are therefore to be preferred,) wet them on both sides with a soft sponge dipped in water, and paste them together with the size (No. 2.) While... "
The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art - Page 61
1841
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The Penny Mechanic, and the Chemist, Volume 2

1837 - 802 pages
...strain off the liquor, and cnll it size No. 2 ; take three sheets of drawing-paper (outrides will annwer the purpose perfectly well, and being much cheaper,...both sides with a soft sponge dipped in water, and join them together with the size No. 2. While they are still wet, lay them on a table, and place 4.11*011...
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The Decorator's assistant

458 pages
...then strain off the liquor, and call it size, No. 2 ; take three' sheets of drawing-paper (outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well, and being...both sides with a soft sponge dipped in water, and join them together with the size, No. 2. While they are still wst, lay them on a table, and place upon...
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The Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Manufactures ...: Embracing ..., Volume 2

James Smith (author of the Panorama of science and art.) - 1859 - 926 pages
...: then strain off the liquor, and call it size No. 2. Take three sheets of drawing paper, (outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well, and being...they are still wet, lay them on a table, and place upon ' them a smooth slab of writing slate, of a size somewhat smaller than the paper. Turn up the...
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Workshop Receipts: For the Use of Manufacturers, Mechanics and Scientific ...

Ernest Spon - 1879 - 478 pages
...size No. 2. Take three sheets of drawing paper — outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well — wet them on both sides with a soft sponge dipped in...and place them upon a smooth slab of writing slate somewhat smaller than the paper, turn up the edges of the paper, and paste them on the back of the...
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Workshop Receipts ...

1883 - 496 pages
...size No. 2. Take three sheets of drawing paper — outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well — wet them on both sides with a soft sponge dipped in...and place them upon a smooth slab of writing slate somewhat smaller than the paper, turn up the edges of the paper, and paste them on the back of the...
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American Library Edition of Workshop Receipts: Being a Complete ..., Volume 1

1903 - 468 pages
...size No. 2. Take three sheets of drawing paper — outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well — wet them on both sides with a soft sponge dipped in...and place them upon a smooth slab of writing slate somewhat smaller than the paper, turn up the edges of the paper, and paste them on the back of the...
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Workshop Receipts, for Manufacturers and Scientific Amateurs: Joint pipes

1909 - 592 pages
...size No. 2. Take three sheets of drawing-paper — outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well — wet them on both sides with a soft sponge dipped in...and place them upon a smooth slab of writing slate somewhat smaller than the paper, turn up the edges of the paper, and paste them on the back of the...
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Annual Register, Volume 62, Issue 2

Edmund Burke - 1822
...: then strain off the liquor, and call it size (No. 2). Take three sheets of drawingpaper (outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well, and being...be preferred), wet them on both sides with a soft spunge dipped in water, and paste them together with the size (No. 2). While they are still wet, lay...
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New Monthly Magazine, and Universal Register, Volume 14

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1820 - 746 pages
...the liquor, »пД call it ¿te. ¿(No, 2.) •• » Take t'irce sheets of drawing-paper (outsides will answer the purpose perfectly well, and, being much cheaper, are therefore to Ъе prcfcrrc'l), wet them on both sides with a soft sponge, dipped in watcr„ and paste them together...
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