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82 examples of hartshorn in sentences

It was better than forty gallons of hartshorn.

You may make hartshorn jelly the same way.

To make Stock for HARTSHORN JELLY.

Take five or six ounces of hartshorn, put it into a gallon of water, hang it over a slow fire, cover it close, and let it boil three or four hours, so strain it; make it the day before you use it, and then you may have it ready for your jellies.

Add the following ingredients: eight pounds of good hops, one pound of liquorice root, two pounds of Spanish juice, half a pound of ground ginger, one pound of salt, eight ounces of hartshorn shavings, and four ounces of porter extract.

This hardness may, with good reason, be ascribed to the salt of nitre, which contracts a certain viscidity from the rain wherewith it is mixed, and which easily penetrates into these stones, because their substance is spongy and cretaceous, and adheres to the tongue as hartshorn.

The coat collar,which where the hair is oily and worn long, is apt to get greasyshould also be examined; a careful valet will correct this by removing the spots day by day as they appear, first by moistening the grease-spots with a little rectified spirits of wine or spirits of hartshorn, which has a renovating effect, and the smell of which soon disappears.

The plate so washed may be polished with the plate-rags, as in the following directions:Once a week all the plate should receive a thorough cleaning with the hartshorn powder, as directed in the first recipe for cleaning plate; and where the housemaid can find time, rubbed every day with the plate-rags. 2316.

Hartshorn, we may observe, is one of the best possible ingredients for plate-powder in daily use.

Wash the plate well to remove all grease, in a strong lather of common yellow soap and boiling water, and wipe it quite dry; then mix as much hartshorn powder as will be required, into a thick paste, with cold water or spirits of wine; smear this lightly over the plate with a piece of soft rag, and leave it for some little time to dry.

Boil soft rags (nothing is better for the purpose than the tops of old cotton stockings) in a mixture of new milk and hartshorn powder, in the proportion of 1 oz. of powder to a pint of milk; boil them for 5 minutes; wring them as soon as they are taken out, for a moment, in cold water, and dry them before the fire.

Families who make black draught in quantity, and wish to preserve it for some time without spoiling, should add about 2 drachms of spirits of hartshorn to each pint of the strained mixture, the use of this drug being to prevent its becoming mouldy or decomposed.

A simpler and equally efficacious form of black draught is made by infusing 1/2 oz. of Alexandrian senna, 3 oz. of Epsom salts, and 2 drachms of bruised ginger and coriander-seeds, for several hours in a pint of boiling water, straining the liquor, and adding either 2 drachms of sal-volatile or spirits of hartshorn to the whole, and giving 3 tablespoonfuls for a dose to an adult. 2588.

Lemon-Juice and Vinegar-and-Water Hartshorn...................... / Sal-Volatile.................../ Arsenic........................\ Fly-Powder, or................. Emetics, Lime-Water, Soap-and-Water, White Arsenic..................

ALKALIS: Potash, Soda, and Ammonia, or common Smelling-Salts, with their principal preparationsPearlash, Soap Lees, Liquor Potassae, Nitre, Sal Prunella, Hartshorn, and SalVolatile.

If these means fail, the chest and soles of the feet must next be rubbed with spirits, the nostrils and back of the throat irritated with a feather previously dipped in spirits of wine, and ammonia or hartshorn may be held to the nose.

Hold smelling-salts or hartshorn to the nose.

Dorcas says, she still excessively trembled; and ordered her to give her hartshorn and water.

He passed his boyhood near Charing Crosshaving been born in Hartshorn Lane, now Northumberland Street; he attended the parish school of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields; and persons who roam about Lincoln's Inn will call to mind that he helped to build ita trowel in one hand and a volume of Horace in the other.

" When the current slackened, drooped the mystic stranger, Faded, faded, faded, as the shocks grew weaker, Wasted to a shadow, with a hartshorn odor Of disintegration.

I cried out for water and hartshorn, and every one flew a different way, one of the maids as fast down as she came up; while the gentlewoman ran out of one room into another, and by turns up and down the apartment we were in, without meaning or end, wringing her foolish hands, and not knowing what she did.

They, likewise, give me salt of hartshorn, which I take with no great confidence, but I am satisfied that what can be done, is done for me.

Secondly, an electuary of bole-armoniac, hartshorn-shavings, saffron, and syrup of wood-sorrel.

"It is a powder compounded of crabs' eyes, burnt hartshorn, the black tops of crabs' claws, the bone from a stag's heart, unicorn's horn, and salt of vipers.

I must sprinkle myself directly, and rub myself from head to foot with oil of hartshorn and spirits of sulphur.

Before doing so, however, he thought it advisable to return home, and accordingly shaped his course toward Cripplegate, and, passing through the postern, stopped at an apothecary's shop, and got his apparel fumigated and sprinkled with spirits of hartshorn and sulphur.

And the visible embodiment of my adoration was the head master, Mr. Harold Hartshorn, a handsome, clean-shaven, well-set-up man of (I should judge) thirty-five years of age, rather grave, a little stern, and very dignified.

And then On the night before commencement Mr. Harold Hartshorn ascended our front steps, rang the bell, and called for my father.

Father and Mr. Harold Hartshorn stood on the front steps below, talking.

In another minute Mr. Harold Hartshorn had walked away, and Father had turned back on to the piazza.

"Was that Mr. Hartshorn?"

"Yes." "Mr. H-Hartshorn," I repeated stupidly.

I was in love with love, you see; not with Mr. Harold Hartshorn.

To think that I ever thought those silly little episodes with Paul Mayhew and Freddy Small and Mr. Harold Hartshorn were love!

The poor old woman began chafing Elsie's hands, and Helen to try to rouse her with hartshorn, while a third frightened attendant gathered up the flowers and the basket and carried them out of the apartment.

"She is faint," said Helen, doubtfully; "bring me the hartshorn, Sophy.

The gist of eloquent speeches delivered on their behalf by Mr. HARTSHORN and Mr. RICHARDS was that the Government already possessed all the relevant facts, and should give the desired relief at once.

Give me the hartshorn, Maggie.

The hartshorn was handed her, but it could not quiet her distress.

Instead of isinglass, some use hartshorn shavings, in rather larger quantities; red wines are fined with eggs, twelve to the pipe, beaten up to a froth, mixed with the wine, and well stirred in.

Isinglass, or hartshorn shavings, are sometimes used to clarify coffee; but by this addition you lose a great portion of its delicious aroma.

Mr. Vernon Hartshorn has expressed it as that in a recent article.

Mr. Hartshorn assures us that the worker is "not out for a theory."

My G. met with an accident from the circular saw which alarmed and distressed me so that his father had to hartshorn and fan me, while the girls did what they could for G. till the doctor could be got from Factory Point.

Somewhat later she lay down on the bed and the prostration became so great, that I rubbed her hands vigorously and administered hartshorn.

HARTSHORN, WILLIAM C. The world of music; making friends with music; at home and abroad, III.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426781.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

ยฉ 19Jun40; A142640. William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426779.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt. ยฉ 11Mar40; A139467.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 4Jan68; R426775.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426774.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426780.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426772.

LEAVITT, HELEN S. For works by Helen S. Leavitt SEE Hartshorn, William C. LEBRON, MARION.

HARTSHORN, WILLIAM C. The world of music; making friends with music; at home and abroad, III.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426781.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

ยฉ 19Jun40; A142640. William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426779.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt. ยฉ 11Mar40; A139467.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 4Jan68; R426775.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426774.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426780.

By William C. Hartshorn & Helen S. Leavitt.

William C. Hartshorn (A); 11Jan68; R426772.

LEAVITT, HELEN S. For works by Helen S. Leavitt SEE Hartshorn, William C. LEBRON, MARION.

When I came to myself, I was lying on the couch before the fire, with my face and the front of my gown dripping with water, the strong smell of hartshorn in the room, and Dicky with stern, white face, and Katie in tears, hovering over me.

The debate on Mr. HARTSHORN'S motion regarding the state of Ireland was unique of its kind in that not a single Member representing an Irish constituency took the floor; but in spite of that it produced more heat than light.

To clear Wine:Take half a pound of hartshorn, and dissolve it in cyder, if it be for cyder, or Rhenish-wine for any liquor: this is enough for a hogshead.

* * HARTSHORN JELLY.

Hartshorn jelly, 176.

Jellies, calf's-feet, 145. orange, 146. lemon, 146. hartshorn, 176.

Dissolve three cents worth of ammonia (hartshorn) in scalded milk.

Margray was bending over my mother, with the hartshorn in her hands, and I thinkthe Lord forgive her!she allowed her the whole benefit of its battery, for in a minute or two Mrs. Strathsay rose, a little feeble, wavered an instant, then warned us all away and walked slowly and heavily from the place, up the stairs, and the door of her own room banged behind her and hasped like the bolt of a dungeon.

Thus, the vegetable matter, so eagerly seized upon by the pigs, contributes to keep up a supply of dairy-fed pork and Epping sausages: the bones are laid aside for the purposes of making hartshorn and phosphorus, dominoes, and apple-scoops, &c.