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" ... a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered with turf, to prevent the volatile parts from being dissipated, which, by means of a heavy wooden mallet, and a wooden stamper worked separately by two men, is... "
Cyclopædia of useful arts & manufactures, ed. by C. Tomlinson. 9 divs - Seite 885
von Cyclopaedia - 1852
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The Elements of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Band 2

Jonathan Pereira - 1842 - 1926 Seiten
...principally extracted, are always mo* productive in such places. A conical cavity is then made in tin ground (generally in the side of a bank or sloping hill) ; and tht roots of the fir, together with logs and billets of the same, beinf neatly trussed in a stack of...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Band 24

1842
...tar is principally extracted, are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is "then made in the ground (generally in the side of a bank...and billets of the same, being neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered with turf, to...
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Official Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue, Band 3

Great Exhibition, Robert Ellis (F. L. S.) - 1851
...following manner : — A conical cavity is made in the ground, generally in the side of a sloping bank, and the roots of the fir, together with logs and billets of the same, being trussed together in a conical form, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered with turf,...
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The Industry of Nations: As Exemplified in the Great Exhibition of 1851, Teil 1

1852
...the tar is principally extracted, are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is then made in the ground, generally in the side of a bank...and billets of the same, being neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered with turf to prevent...
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The Channel islands magazine

1853
...because the roots are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is then made in the ground, and the roots of the fir, together with logs and billets of the same, neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered...
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The Elements of materia medica and therapeutics, Band 2

Jonathan Pereira - 1854
...which tar is principally extracted, are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is then made in the ground (generally in the side of a bank...and billets of the same, being neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered with turf, to...
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A Family-text Book for the Country: Or, The Farmer at Home: Being a ...

John Lauris Blake - 1857 - 475 Seiten
...countries in which those trees abound. The mode of making tar in Sweden is as follows : a conical cavity is made in the ground, generally in the side of a bank or sloping hill ; the roots, as well as billets and logs of the fir, are packed into the cavity, when the whole is...
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Trees and their uses [by H.B.Cook].

Harriet Bickersteth Cook - 1862
...because the roots are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is then made in the ground, and the roots of the fir, together with logs and billets of the same, neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. The whole is then covered...
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The Manual of Commerce: Containing a Concise Account of the Source, Mode of ...

Sara H. Browne - 1871 - 429 Seiten
...substance, chiefly obtained from the pine, and other turpentine trees, by the following process : A cavity is made in the ground, generally in the side of a bank, or sloping hill, and within it pine wood, roots, etc., cut in convenient length, are piled up in a conical shape, and then...
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Ranunculaceae to Anacardiacea

Robert Bentley, Henry Trimen - 1875
...tar is principally extracted, are always most productive in such places. A conical cavity is first made in the ground (generally in the side of a bank...and billets of the same, being neatly trussed in a stack of the same conical shape, are let into this cavity. To prevent the volatile parts from being...
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