O thou who treadest the path of justice and beholdest the countenance of mercy! Thine epistle was received, thy question was noted, and the sweet accents of thy soul were heard from the inmost chambers of thy heart. Whereupon the clouds of th... Read more of 1 at Bahaullah.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The best mixture for small patterns, that does
not shrink in casting, is sixty-nine parts Lead, fifteen and one-half
parts Antimony, fifteen and one-half parts Bismuth, by weight. A cheap
kind for finished patterns can be made of ten parts Zinc, one part
Antimony, one part Tin.





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