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Report on the preparation of food

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The Chmeistry of Common Life. Illustrated with Numerous Wood Engravings

By: Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855

... THE CHEMISTRY OF by JAMES F. JOHNSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ... ...FE, VOL. I Title: THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE, VOL. I Author: JAMES F. JOHNSTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: Worl... ...... ...AY. M.DOCO.LIX. EDUCATION DEDICATION. TO SIR DAVID BREWSTER, K.H. D.C.L. P.E.8. T.P.E.3., EDETBTTBGH, ASSOCIATE OF THE INSTITUTE OF FBANOK, AND PBIN... ...ndTHE BEEFWE COOK, as the representatives of the two grand divisons of human food THE BEVERAGES WE INFUSE, from which so much of the comfort of modem ... ...acts a quantity of oxygen. The oxygen thus obtained is a part of the natural food of the animal, which it can obtain from no other natural spurce, and... ...in the air. only because it contains oxygen. This gas is a kind of necessary food to flaming and burning bodies ; so that were it absent from the eart... ...ks occur, A showing them on edge, B dipping at a considerable angle, and C D E perfectly horizontal. This disposition of the rocks, it will be seen, m... ...n muscle, showing how they aro chipflv consists- it is dis P sed <>r arran g e<l -the particles ofwhich they are eny ( 1S1SIS , It IS composed, and ho...

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The Chemistry of Common Life : Volume 1

By: Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855

...THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON by JAMES F. JOHNSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org LI... ..., VOL. I Title: THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE, VOL. I Author: JAMES F. JOHNSTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... .... By Jo. G. BALDWIN. 1 voL 12mo. "'Vice, $1. Shakespeare's Scholar : being E .storical and Criti cal Studies of His Text, Characters, and Commentators... ...r Young Farmers. With Questions Prepared for the Use of Schools. By GEORGE E. WARIXG, Jr., Consulting Agriculturist. 1 voL 12tno. 75 cents. A Complete... ...," etc. 1 voL 12mo. Price, $1 25. The Chemistry of Common Life. By JAMESW. JOHNSTON, M. A., F. R. S., etc., author of " Lectures on Agricultural Chemi... ...THE BEEFWE COOK, as the representatives of the two grand divisons of human food THE BEVERAGES WE INFUSE, from which so much of the comfort of modern l... ...ts a quantity of oxygen. The oxygon thus obtained is a part of the natural food of the animal, which it can obtain from no other natural source, and n... ... the air, only because it contains oxygen. This gas is a kind of necessary food to flaming and burning bodies ; so that were it absent from the earth'... ...ains. This large amount of nitrates * is traced to the neighbouring graA T e-yard, as such compounds are generally produced where animal matters decay...

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Report on the Preparation of Food

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The Chemistry of Common Life

By: Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855

...THE CHEMISTRY by JAMES F. W. JOHNSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF... ... COMMON LIFE Title: THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE Author: JAMES F. W. JOHNSTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... ...ISTEY OF COMMON LIFE THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE BY THE LATE JAMES F. W. JOHNSTON M.A., F.R.S.S., L. A E., &a PROFGHSOR OF CHEUtSTRT IN THE UNIVEASI... ...ISTRY OF COMMON LIFE BY THE LATE JAMES F. W. JOHNSTON M.A., F.R.S.S., L. A E., &a PROFGHSOR OF CHEUtSTRT IN THE UNIVEASITY 07 DURHAM Aulhor of ' Loctu... ...OHT DOWN TO THE niESBNT TIME By ARTHUR HERBERT CHURCH U.A OZON. Author of 'Food, Its Sources, Conatltuenta, and Ubcs, * The Laborotory Ouldo for Agric... ...E BEEP WE COOK, as the representatives of the two grand divisions of human food — the beverages we iNBXrsE, from which so much of the comfort of moder... ...orb carbonic acid, and give off oxygen gas. — Relations to water.—Structui-e of the root.—Purposes served by water.—Relations to the soil.—Plants affe... ...- gested by the natural diversities and different effects of the vegetable food consumed by herbivorous and omnivorous races, . ... 63 .CHAPTER T. THE... ...ompared with those of wine. — Is opium necessarily deleterious?—Dr Eatwell'e testimony.—Practical conclusions.—Substitutes for opium : Bull-hoof.—The ...

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The Chemistry of Common Life

By: Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855

...THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON by JAMES F. JOHNSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org LI... ...tle: THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE, VOL. II, TENTH EDITION Author: JAMES F. JOHNSTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... ...... ...this end is attained. And among the numerous forms of animal and vegetable food which different nations make use of in the place of these two staples ... ...ic plants, indeed, it occupies a similar place to that of the potato among food plants. It is the most extensively culti- vated, the most hardy, and t... ...pipe, the material of which it is made, and with many other circumstances. e. The empyreumaiic oil. — -But besides the two volatile substances which e... ...slm leaf burns and the smoke , ^gi is inhaled, the greater IlllilsiiEflS^ ^e P ro P orti011 of the poi- ^.•v * • TT . * .f».i sonous substances which ... ...d of Farnham. Naturally rich to an extra- ordinary degree in the min- eral food of plants, the soils in this locality have been famed for upwards of t... ...ed in one or other of three ways. It is swallowed in the solid state in th.e form of pills >; or in that of fluid tinc- tures, such as our common laud...

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The Chemistry of Common Life

By: Johnston, Jas. F. W. (James Finlay Weir), 1796-1855

...THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON by JAMES F. JOHNSTON Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org LI... ...itle: THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE, VOL. I, TENTH EDITION Author: JAMES F. JOHNSTON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World ... ...the beefwe cook, as the representatives of the two grand divisons of human food — the beverages we infijse, from which so much of the comfort pf . mod... ...ts a quantity of oxygen. The oxygen thus obtained is a part of the natural food of the animal, which it can obtain from no other natural source, and n... ...one of the natural agencies by which the proportion of carbonic acid in th'e lower regions of the atmosphere is rendered less than it is in the higher... ...pon which depend its general fertility, and the abundant production of the food of plants. Ozone is probably never absent from the atmosphere ; but it... ... decided taste, and to form what are hence called mineral waters. Among th.e purest natural waters hitherto examined is that of the Loka, in the north... ... under this increased preseure. * Exodns, XT. 28. r INFLTJENCE OF PEESSUH.E. 39 Or, ifwe apply at once a pressure of three atmospheres — 45 lb., maki...

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