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Early in the Civil War a large amount of saltpeter was manufactured here.
Saltpeter, or nitrate of potash, taken in moderate quantities, are very good remedies.
Here is a spot weakened by constant sun and sprinkling and eaten by saltpeter rot.
THE LITTLE CLAY CART(ATTRIBUTED TO) KING SHUDRAKA
About a fluid ounce of a rather dirty-looking solution of saltpeter resulted, to which a little sugar was added.
Second, dissolved in water at the rate of two ounces of saltpeter to eight gallons of water, and sprinkled over the beds.
The king was authorized to prohibit the export of gunpowder, saltpeter, ammunition, and arms.
Drain off the liquid the next day and add a pound of saltpeter to it.
The disk of saltpeter, under the effect of polarized light, very closely resembles the form of the orchid.
DYNAMIC THOUGHTWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
This saltpeter man had digged in the Colledge Church for his work, bearing too bold upon his commission.
The crude saltpeter is dissolved in water and the solution evaporated until the saltpeter crystallizes.

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