The Health exhibition literature. v. 8, 8. köide

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W. Clowes & Sons, 1884

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Page 554 - HOME then proposed a vote of thanks to the Chairman, which was carried unanimously.
Page 10 - For fixing and from time to time varying the number of persons who may occupy a house or part of a house which is let in lodgings or occupied by members of more than one family...
Page 254 - The great-eyed oxen through the flaming hours, Goading their velvet flanks : then marked he, too, How lizard fed on ant, and snake on him, And kite on both ; and how the fish-hawk robbed The fish-tiger of that which it had seized ; The shrike chasing the bulbul, which did chase The jewelled butterflies ; till everywhere Each slew a slayer and in turn was slain, Life living upon death.
Page 248 - ... to inform you that the German Government has asked the Swiss Federal Council to take charge of the German interests in the United States for the duration of the war. Subject to the American consent, the Swiss Government has declared its willingness to assume this responsibility.
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Page 465 - The 9 oz. of burnt lime may be dissolved in any quantity of water not less than 40 gallons. The solution would be called lime-water. During the burning of the chalk to convert it into lime, the 7 oz.
Page 47 - Sites for building, and for regulating the Dimensions, Form, and Mode of Construction, and the keeping, cleansing, and repairing, of the Pipes, Drains, and other Means of communicating with Sewers...
Page 465 - Ib. of chalk, scarcely soluble at all in water, may be rendered soluble in it by either of two distinct chemical changes — soluble by being deprived entirely of its carbonic acid, when it forms lime-water, and soluble by combining with a second dose of carbonic acid, making up bicarbonate of lime.

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