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Mémoire et instruction sur les troupeaux de progression : c'est-à-dire, sur le moyen de généraliser les troupeaux de mérinos purs en France, suivis de quelques idées sur la trop courte durée des baux à ferme et d'un projet de bail redigé dans cet esprit
- Morel de Vindé, Charles Gilbert Terray, vicomte, 1759-1842.
Disputatio medica inauguralis, quaedam de vestitu laneo, tradens : quam annuente summo numine : ex auctoritate reverendi admodum viri, D. Gulielmi Robertson, S.S.T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti : nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto : pro gradu doctoratus, summisque in medicina honoribus et privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, eruditorum examini subjicit
- Gibbons, Joannes Hannum.
Pastoral life and manufactures of the ancients ; embracing the history of silk, cotton, linen, wool, etc. including observations on spinning, dyeing and weaving ... With appendices. On Pliny's natural history, on the origin and manufacture of linen and cotton paper, on felting, netting, etc
- Gilroy, Clinton G.
Stachys byzantina K.Koch also known as Stachys lanata. Lamiaceae. Lamb's Ears. Distribution: Europe. Its woolly leaves were regarded as a vulnery, to stop bleeding, which it would have done in a manner similar to cotton-wool, allowing platelets to clot on its hairs. Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
- Dr Henry Oakeley
Nepal; yak transport in the Khumbu, 1986. Sherpas drive a pair of heavily laden yaks along a narrow path on the long climb from Lukla (altitude 2827 metres) to Namche Bazar (3446 metres), the main town in the Khumbu region. The yak is the beast of burden in the Khumbu as well as providing wool, milk, cheese and butter. Yak butter is burned in votive lamps and drunk in tea. The animals command a high price and are carefully nurtured by their owners.
- Carole Reeves
The art of bleaching piece-goods, cottons and threads, of every description, rendered more easy and general by means of the oxygenated muriatic acid; with the method of rendering painted or printed goods perfectly white or colourless. To which are added, the most certain methods of bleaching silk and wool; and the discoveries made by the author in the art of bleaching paper. Illustrated with nine large plates, in quarto, representing all the utensils and different manipulations of the bleaching process. An elementary work, composed for the use of manufacturers, bleachers, dyers, callico printers, and paper-makers
- Pajot des Charmes, C.