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Page 483 - No person shall sell any arsenic unless the same be before the sale thereof mixed with soot or indigo in the proportion of one ounce of soot or half an ounce of indigo at the least to one pound of the arsenic, and so in proportion for any greater or less quantity: provided always, that where...
Page 154 - Chemical Analysis. THE COMMERCIAL HANDBOOK of CHEMICAL ANALYSIS ; or Practical Instructions for the determination of the Intrinsic or Commercial Value of Substances used in Manufactures, in Trades, and in the Arts. By A. NORMANDY, Author of " Practical Introduction to Rose's Chemistry," and Editor of Rose's " Treatise on Chemical Analysis.
Page 339 - Scotch ell, and all local or customary measures, shall be abolished ; and every person who shall sell, by any denomination of measure other than one of the imperial measures, or some multiple or some aliquot part, such as half, the quarter, the eighth, the sixteenth, or the thirty-second parts thereof, shall on conviction be liable to a penalty not exceeding the sum of 40* for every such sale...
Page 593 - Your petitioners therefore humbly pray that your honourable House will be pleased to \ take the subject into consideration, and to adopt such measures as may be calculated to give greater freedom to foreign commerce, and thereby to increase the resources of the state.
Page 483 - ... the arsenic, and to whom the purchaser is known, and who signs his name, together with his place of abode, to such entries, before the delivery of the arsenic to the purchaser, and no person shall sell arsenic to any person other than a person of full age.
Page 382 - So went Satan forth from the presence of the LORD, and smote Job with sore boils from the sole of his foot unto his crown.
Page 484 - If any person shall sell any arsenic, save as authorized by this act, or on any sale of arsenic shall deliver the same without having made and signed the entries hereby required on such sale, or without having obtained such signature or signatures to such entries as required by this act, or if any person purchasing any arsenic shall give false information to the person selling the same in relation to the particulars which such lastmentioned person is hereby authorized to inquire into of such purchaser,...
Page 338 - May one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, the Straight Line or Distance between the Centres of the Two Points in the Gold Studs in the Straight Brass Rod, now in the Custody of the Clerk of the House of Commons, whereon the Words and Figures
Page 615 - Gauss, being equal to that which would be conferred if every cubic yard of it contained six one-pound magnets : the sum of the force therefore is equal to 8,464,000,000,000,000,000,000 such magnets. The disposition of this magnetic force is not regular, nor are there any points on the surface which can be properly called poles: still the regions of polarity are in high north and south latitudes ; and these are connected by lines of magnetic force (being the lines of direction) which, generally speaking,...