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Página 389 - Tortoise (Emys lutraria), a species the existence of which at any time in the British Islands has never before been suspected. These were found, as a label upon them in Mr. Birch's handwriting testifies, so long ago as June 1836, in a peat-bog, by the side of a spring-pit, at East...
Página 7 - In the course of boiling, the excess of carbonic acid in the water, by which the carbonates of lime and magnesia are dissolved, is expelled, and these salts are precipitated ; again, the alkaline phosphates present in malt have the power of decomposing and precipitating sulphate of lime, phosphate of lime, and a soluble alkaline sulphate being formed, the greater part of the phosphate of lime so formed is re-dissolved in the acid generated during fermentation.