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" Incitions, one towards the Head, and the other at the Bottom of the Trunk. The Bark is removed without being mattered, and is then foftened in Water; after which it is placed over a Bed of burning Coals, which blackens its outward Surface. When this Operation... "
Spectacle de la Nature: Or, Nature Display'd. Being Discourses on Such ... - Page 271
by NoŽl Antoine Pluche - 1766
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...feftions, one towards the head, and the other at the bottom of the trunk. The bark is, by this means, removed without being mattered, and is then foftened...a bed of burning coals, which blackens its outward furface. When this operation is over, it is worked into a level by a weight of ilones heaped upon it,...
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John C. Salmon - 1877
...towards the bottom of the trunk. The bark is removed without being shattered, and is then softened in water, after which it is placed over a bed of burning...operation is over, it is worked into a level, by a weight being put upon it, and it is afterwards dried, and disposed into bales for exportation. A circular...
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