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" ... the superintendent took a small porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with both hands, in order that the colour might be equally diffused. "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Página 180
por United States. Congress. House
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen75

1854
...This colouring matter waa applied to the teas during the last process of roasting. Abont five minntes before the tea was removed from the pans — the time...porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ...

Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 páginas
...parts of Prussian blue, and formed a light-blue powder, which was then ready for use. " This colouring matter was applied to the teas during the last process...porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen95

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1852
...parts of Prussian blue, and formed a light-blue powder, which was then ready for use. " This colouring matter was applied to the teas during the last process...porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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The People's illustrated journal

1852
...were mixed together in the proportion of four parts of gypaum to three parts of Prussian blue, and applied to the teas during the last process of roasting....porcelain spoon and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan ; the workman then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volumen95

1852
...formed a light-blue powder, which was then ready for use. " This colouring matter was applied to tho teas during the last process of roasting. About five...porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volumen95

1852
...for use. '' • • " This colouring matter was npplied to the teas during the last processo£ . . roasting. About five minutes before the tea was removed...porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves rapidly round with...
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A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ...

Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 páginas
...parts of Prussian blue, and formed a light-blue powder, which was then ready for use. " This colouring matter was applied to the teas during the last process...pans— the time being regulated by the burning of a jossstick—the superintendent took a small porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of...
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The National Magazine, Volumen13

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858
...which was then ready for use. This coloring matter was applied to the teas during the lust procesa of roasting. About five minutes before the tea was removed from the p;ins, the siipprintemK-nt took a small porcelain spoon. and with it lie scattered a portion of the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen75

1854
...part» of Prussian blue, and formed a light blue powder, which was then ready fur use. "This colouring matter was applied to the teas during the last process...a small porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered я portion of the colouring matter over the leaves in each pan. The workmen then turned the leaves...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volumen1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1854 - 654 páginas
...of gypsum to three of Prussian blue, and formed a light blue powder, which was then ready for use. the last process of roasting. About five minutes before the tea was removed from the pans, the superintendent took a small porcelain spoon, and with it he scattered a portion of the colouring matter...
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