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" I wish to produce the true effect of the printing wood, I alter the process as follows : — I wet the surface upon which the impression is to be taken •with dilute acid, and then I print with the veneering wood previously wetted with diluted liquid... "
The Mechanics' Magazine - Pagina 4
1854
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 61

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1854
...case the alkali neutralizing the acid, the effect resulting from the subsequent action of heat will he a true representation of the printing surface. Such...most important services to the natural, botanical, mineralógica!, and anatomical sciences ; as it is by their means that the internal structure of bodies...
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The Chemist

1854
...previously wetted with diluted liquid ammonia ; it is evident that in this case the alkali neutralising the acid, the effect resulting from the subsequent...anticipate, in regard to this art, as well as to the other above described processes for printing directly from objects, that they will afford most important...
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The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical Philosophy, Volume 1

1854
...previously wetted with diluted liquid ammonia ; it Li evident that in this case tho alkali neutralising the acid, the effect resulting from the subsequent...but natural to anticipate, in regard to this art, ;is well as to the other above described processes for printing directly from objects, that they will...
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The Monthly journal of progress; ed. by W.K. Sullivan

William Kirby Sullivan
...surface upon which the impression is to be taken is wetted with dilute acid, and is then printed upon with the veneering wood previously wetted with diluted...be a true representation of the printing surface. Employment of Basalt, If c., for the manufacture of Pipes, $c. — About two and a halt' years ago...
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The Monthly Journal of Progress, Volume 1

William Kirby Sullivan - 1854
...surface upon which the impression is to be taken is wetted with dilute acid, and is then printed upon with the veneering wood previously wetted with diluted...be a true representation of the printing surface. Thermography may perhaps prove useful to the decorative arts, particularly in the production of imitations...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1855
...surface upon which the impression is to be taken is wetted with dilute acid, and is then printed upon with the veneering wood previously wetted with diluted...be a true representation of the printing surface. Thermography may perhaps prove useful to the decorative arts, particularly in the production of imitations...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1855
...upon with the veneering wood previously wetted with diluted liquid ammonia ; it is evident that hi this case the alkali neutralizing the acid, the effect...resulting from the subsequent action of heat will be a time representation of the printing surface. Thermography may perhaps prove useful to the decorative...
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The universal decorator, ed. by F.B. Thompson. Pt.1-13 [comprising vols.1 ...

Universal decorator - 1859
...previously wetted with diluted liquid ammonia ; it is evident that in this case the alkali neutralising the acid, the effect resulting from the subsequent...nothing but natural to anticipate, in regard to this art of printing directly from objects, that it will afford most important services to the natural, botanical,...
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Ures̓ Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines: Containing a ..., Volume 3

Andrew Ure - 1867
...veneering-wood previously wetted with diluted ammonia ; it is evident that in this case, the alkali neutralising the acid, the effect resulting from the subsequent...be a true representation of the printing surface. This process, although it attracted much attention at the time of its introduction, has not yet found...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 29;Volume 59

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1855
...the absorption of the acid is greater in proportion to the looseness of its fibres, the effect must necessarily be the reverse of the above. However,...this art, as well as to the other above-described process for printing directly from objects, that they will afford most important services to the natural,...
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