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" NJ The enamel, with which the whole of it is covered, is laid upon the glass with a brush, and after drying, is subjected to the intense heat of a -.kiln, by which the coating is vitrified, and rendered as durable as the glass itself. It produces an effect... "
Official Catalogue of the New-York Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations ... - Seite 13
1853 - 192 Seiten
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Putnam's Monthly, Band 2

1853
...manufactured at the Jackson Glass Works, NY, and afterwards enamelled by Cooper & Belcher, of Camptown. NJ The enamel, with which the whole of it is covered,...deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which belong to them in this climate. In the absence of a similar precaution in the Crystal Palace of Hyde...
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The Metropolitan: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to Religion, Education ..., Band 1

Martin Joseph Kerney - 1853
...is covered, is laid upon the glass witli a brush, and, after drying, is subjected to the intensheat of a kiln, by which the coating is vitrified, and...deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which belong to them in this climate. In the absence of a similar precaution in the Crystal Palace of Hide...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1854
...to a height of sixty-two feet above the principal floor. The glass is one-eighth of an inch thick. The enamel, with which the whole of it is covered,...heat and glare which belongs to them in this climate. " The rapid and unexpected increase of the applications of exhibitors induced the Association to erect...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - 1854
...were described in the Year Buuk uf Facts, 1853; so that here we shall only glance at the interior. which the coating is vitrified, and rendered as durable...heat and glare which belongs to them in this climate. " The rapid and unexpected increase of the applications of exhibitors induced the Association to erect...
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Year Book of Facts in Science and Art

John Timbs - 1854
...FACTS • _., :. 1i ' •' ^. ••<« !• DAVID BOGUE, FLEET STREET. MDCCCLIV. YEAR-BOOK OP FACTS. which the coating is vitrified, and rendered as durable...heat and glare which belongs to them in this climate. "The rapid and unexpected increase of the applications of exhibitors induced the Association to erect...
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How to See the New York Crystal Palace: Being a Concise Guide to the ...

1854 - 50 Seiten
...the whole of it is covered, is laid upon the glass with a brush, and after drying, is subjected tc» the intense heat of a kiln, by which the coating is...passing through it, yield an agreeable light, and ara deprived of that intensity of -heat and glare which belongs to them in this climate. In the absence...
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TALES AND SKETCHES FOR THE FIRESIDE,

1857
...manufactured at the Jackson Glass Works, NY, and afterwards enamelled by Cooper & Belcher, of Camptown, NJ The enamel, with which the whole of it is covered,...deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which belong to them in this climate. In the absence of a similar precaution in the Crystal Palace of Hyde...
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OUR FIRST CENTURY: BRING A POPULAR DESCRIPTIVE PORTRAITURE OF THE One ...

R. M. DEVENS - 1876
...itself ; the effect produced being similar to that OUR FIRST CENTUE Y.— 1776-Í876. of ground glass, translucent but not transparent, the sun's rays, diffused by passing through it, yielding an agreeable light, — deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which is so peculiar...
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American Progress, Or, The Great Events of the Greatest Century: Including ...

Richard Miller Devens - 1883 - 739 Seiten
...as durable as the glass itself ; the effect produced being similar to that 424 425 of ground glass, translucent but not transparent, the sun's rays, diffused by passing through it, yielding an agreeable light, — deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which is so peculiar...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art and ..., Band 2

1858
...manufactured at the Jackson Glass Works, NY, and afterwards enamelled by Cooper & Belcher, of Camptown. NJ The enamel, with which the whole of it is covered,...deprived of that intensity of heat and glare which belong to them in this climate. In the absence of a similar precaution in the Crystal Palace of Hyde...
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