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Title
De sale communi
Type
Text
Subject
Salt.
Salt--History--18th century.
Language
English
English
original (lat)
English
Classification
LCC: TN900 .S9413 2019 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 553.6/32 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2018058242
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Note
Includes translation
Summary
"The history of how salt was produced in the 1700s."-- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Testing salt water to see how much salt it contains
Testing earth in which salt is found
Determining the quality of common salt
The salt mountain of Poland
The salt-mountains or mines of Catalonia and Cardona
The salt mountains of Hungary
The salt mountain of Hallstadt and Ischl
The crystal salt of England
Crystal salt in Hormuz, China, America, Russia, and elsewhere
The Russian salt-lakes
Evaporation of salt from sea water : Rochelle, etc
The evaporation of sea water into salt : in New Spain
The evaporation of sea water into salt, according to Agricola
A special method of obtaining salt in France, near Mont St. Michel etc, and in Normandy
A special method of boiling and evaporating salt in eastern Bothnia
A method of boiling and evaporating salt at Rome
The making of Frisian salt
Mr. Himselius' method of preparing salt
The boiling of salt from sea water in Scotland
Boiling salt from sea water in Bohus, Sweden
Boiling salt from sea water in Norway
Boiling salt from spring water in France
Boiling salt from spring water in England
Boiling salt from spring water in Russia
Boiling salt from spring water at Halle
Boiling salt from spring water at L√łneburg
Boiling salt from spring water at Hesse
Boiling salt from spring water at Lutz and elsewhere, where they use water-powered mechanisms, commonly called Leck-or Gradier-Werke
Purification and boiling down of salt by the French [methods]
Purification and boiling down of salt at Dordrecht in Holland.
Boiling of salt, recently begun in Stockholm
Boiling salt from hot springs, according to Agricola
Production of salt from burning wood or charcoal, according to Agricola
Dissolving salt from saline earth
Salt born from sea foam
Production of salt in India from wood
The salting of fish in Holland
The freshening of salt water, and the precipitation of salt
Crackling and calcination of salt
The distillation of common salt into phlegm, vapor, and deadhead
On sweet spirit of salt
On glauber 's wonderful salt
On kinds of salt that are mixed with common salt, to be found in water, springs, baths and hot springs
About other salt waters, lakes and rocks, of which the authors make frequent mention
A method of preparing saltpeter from common salt and lime
On another kind of spirits of salt from common salt and lime
The shapes of common salt
The weight of salts
Sal ammoniac from common salt, etc
Coldness in common salt
The regeneration of sea salt
Repeated dissolving and re-boiling of salt
Some things that react [or reagents] with common salt
Things that react dry with common salt
Experiments on the corrosiveness of salt and its other actions
Other observations about salt
Spirit of salt, its corrosiveness and reactions
From Mr. Bruchmann's magnalia dei in [locis] subterraneis.
Authorized Access Point
Swedenborg, Emanuel, 1688-1772, De sale communi. English
Authorized Access Point Variant
David, Michael V., De sale communi. English
Odhner, John D., De sale communi. English
Swedenborg Scientific Association. De sale communi. English