Synthetic Experiments on the Artificial Reproduction of Meteorites

1882 Scientific American  
make a small nish wortby tbe attention of any good Chrisand cover tb em witb water ; place tbem on a moderate fire, I bel' of glohules in the blood. Internal maladies seem to tian who bas a sw�et tooth in bis head. Pare the fmit, cut and boil tb em until tbey are reduced to a soft pulp; tben be more rare. While there is no essential amemia in tbe out the cores, squeeze lemon juice nver them, wbieh will strahl and press them througb a hair sieve into an eartben miners, tbe blood glohules are
more » ... n found sIlIaller and paler prevent tbeir discoloration. Boil tbem gently in enou!!b 01' stone ware pan, and for each pint of liquid pulp allow one than in normal conditions of life, this b�i!lg due to respira· sirup to cover tbem till tbey beeome tender. Serve them pound of pulverized sugar; mix the pulp and sugar togetber tion of noxious gases, especially where ventilation is diffi-colJ, with Naples biscuit round the dish. in a brigbt copper basin and boil, stirring constantly for ten cult. The men who breathe tno much tbe gaEe� liberated on
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