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6 Of colours vide pag 698 Of colours vide pag 69Of colours vide pag 69The Newton Project Knowledge Graph2020-10-08Journal
32 Some tinctures (as that of Amber made with Spirits of wine) appeare red or yellow as the vessells they fill are slender or broade but cochineel dissolved as before, & other liquors never looke otherwise than Red or of a carnation &c.
33 White bodys are commonly sulphureous.
34 Oyle of Tartar generally precipitates Metalline bodys corroded with acid salts.
35 Tinge water with red rose leaves into which drop a little Minium disolved in spirit of vinegar & it will be of a muddy greene, but drop in a little Oyle of Vitrioll which though an acid Menstruum yet it will præcipitate the leade in the forme of a white pouder to the bottome leaving the rest of the liquor above of a good red almost like a Rubie