Specification of Francis Plowden : preserving animal and other substances.

  • Plowden, Francis.
Date:
1855
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Description

Patent for preserving meat "without acid, salt, or drying" rendering it "fit for consumption, both at sea and on land, for an extraordinary length of time" by staying the effects of putrefaction by removing "atmospheric air" through a coating of "dried essence or extract of meat".

Publication/Creation

London : Great Seal Patent Office, 1855 (London : George E. Eyre and William Spottiswoode)

Physical description

3 pages ; 28 cm

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Notes

At head of title: A.D. 1807. No. 3051.
Cover title.
"Francis Plowden, of Essex Street, near the Temple, London".

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    Pat. vol. 44
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    Pat. vol. 44:5

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