The Changeable Rose

Take a common full-blown rose, and, having thrown a little sulphur

finely pounded into a chafing-dish with coals, expose the rose to the

vapour. By this process the rose will become whitish; but if it be

afterwards held some time in water, it will resume its former colour.

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