Apparatus for transferring a liquid from a carboy, or cask, to bottles; especially useful in the case of sulphuric acid, the decanting of which is always more or less dangerous to the manipulator, especially as detached globules may reach the eyes

Robert Hare
1833 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
doi:10.1016/s0016-0032(33)90249-5 fatcat:uarxmufz3vf6pkpwtdowlwujmu