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Hair Dyes No 1








Distilled Water six ounces, Alcohol one ounce,
Pyrogalic Acid one drachm. The Acid must be dissolved in the Alcohol
before the water is added.

NO. 2
Aqua Ammonia one ounce, Water one ounce, Nitrate of Silver two
drachms. Dissolve the Silver in water and add the Ammonia. Cork tight
and keep in a cool place.

NO. 3
Water four ounces, Sulphate of Potash half ounce. Mix. To dye
the hair or whiskers, have them free from dirt or soap suds. They
should be a little damp. Add carefully No. 1, using care not to allow
the dye to touch the skin. When somewhat dry apply No. 2; in about
three minutes apply No. 3. Use care not to allow any of these
preparations to touch the skin.





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