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Page 404 - O'er the rabble's laughter; And while Hatred's fagots burn, Glimpses through the smoke discern Of the good hereafter. Knowing this, that never yet Share of Truth was vainly set In the world's wide fallow; After hands shall sow the seed, After hands from hill and mead Reap the harvests yellow. Thus, with somewhat of the Seer, Must the moral pioneer From the Future borrow; Clothe the waste with dreams of grain, And, on midnight's sky of rain, Paint the golden morrow!
Page 291 - Dissolve the borax, soda benzoate, and boric acid in the remainder of hot water. Add the perfume and glycerin dissolved in the alcohol, and finally the tragacanth and quince-seed mucilage, which had previously been mixed, portion by portion ; shaking after each addition, in order to get a thoroughly homogeneous mixture.
Page 502 - ... strong linen in a screw press, and dry it on porous bricks in a warm air-chamber whose temperature shall not exceed 100°. Characters and Tests. — A tasteless amorphous powder of a green colour, insoluble in water, but readily dissolved by Hydrochloric Acid. This solution gives a copious light-blue precipitate with the yellow Prussiate of Potash, and a still more abundant one of a deeper colour with the red Prussiate of Potash.
Page 289 - ... then add the oil of lemon and solution of carmine, mix thoroughly, strain through muslin, and allow to solidify.
Page 298 - Then pack it firmly (unless otherwise stated) and pour on enough of the menstruum to saturate the powder and leave a menstruum above it. Close when dripping begins, cover the percolator, macerate for 24 hours. Let drip slowly. CLARIFICATION OR COLLAGE with fining materials is best avoided if possible but is often necessary.
Page 585 - March, 1874, was removed to Leicester Square. The increased demands made on it by the public, and the rapid growth of the Medical School, necessitated the erection of an entirely new building. The new Hospital was opened in March, 1901, and is complete m every detail with modern appliances, and the School portion of the building thoroughly equipped for Teaching purposes.
Page 268 - ... (Gypsum). I detected it in the form of an opaque white substance without lustre, and, to the naked eye, devoid of crystalline structure, in cakes and somewhat rounded masses varying in size from that of a small pea to that of a...