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The art of bleaching piece-goods, cottons, and threads, of every description, Rendered more easy and general by Means of the Oxygenated Muriatic Acid; with the Method of rendering painted or printed Goods perfectly white or colourless. To which are added, the most certain Methods of bleaching Silk and Wool; and the Discoveries made by the Author in the Art of bleaching Paper.

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London: Printed for G. G. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row, 1799.
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The art of bleaching piece-goods, cottons, and threads, of every description, Rendered more easy and general by Means of the Oxygenated Muriatic Acid; with the Method of rendering painted or printed Goods perfectly white or colourless. To which are added, the most certain Methods of bleaching Silk and Wool; and the Discoveries made by the Author in the Art of bleaching Paper. Library Average
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Valentine Seaman3/14/18013/17/1801Art Bleaching
Jacob Wilkins12/31/18011/9/1802Art Bleaching
Jacob Wilkins1/22/18022/6/1802Art Bleaching
John Le ConteVolume 23/3/18023/4/1802Art Bleaching
Jacob Wilkins4/1/18024/8/1802Art Bleaching
Samuel Jones3/30/18034/21/18032dArt Bleaching
Samuel Jones4/21/18034/21/1803"
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