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Fuller Shade of Madder Drab 18 Dark Shadof M adder Drab 19 Blue Slate Colour
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Crane Blue 21 Fancy Bloom 22 Silver Drab WOOL DYEING 23 Redder Shade of Silver Drab
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Very Light Shade of Drab 25 Light Drab Yel lower Shade than No
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Vicuna Drab 27 Redder Shade of Vicuna
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FineBed Lavender 29 Light Olive 30 Greener Olive 31 Redder Shade of Olive
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Dark Olive 33 Darker Green Olive
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Dark Green Olive Chromed 35 True Olive
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Vant Colour near Canary Colour
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Light Brown 38 Middle Brown 39 Darker Brown
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True Brown 41 Light Green
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Moss Green 43 Good Bottle Green Chromed
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Invisible Green Chromed 45 Bottle GreenTrue Colour
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Violet or Mulberry 47 Fine Claret
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Darker Claret 49 Russian Brown 50 Dark Brown
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A Lac Scarlet 51 B Full Pink 52 Wine Colour
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Royal Blue 54 Grain Crimson
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Grain Scarlet 56 Full Yellow 57 Orange
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Canary Colour 59 Sky Blue
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Buff 2 Buff
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Buff or Nankin 4 Straw Colour
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Flesh Colour 6 Safflower Pink
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Light Pink 8 Scarlet
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Light Cinnamon Brown COTTON DYEING 10 Darker Shade of Light Brown
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Dark Shades of Brown 12 Chrome Yellow 13 Darker Shade of Chromed Yellow
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Full Chrome Orange
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Fast Drab 16 Fast Blue
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Lavender 18 Lilac
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Silver Drab 20 Good Light Drab 21 Fuller Shade
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No 20
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Full Yellow Drab 26 Light Buff 27 Light Blue
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Light Extract Green 29 Middle Shade of Green
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Dark Shade of Green 31 Chromed and Fast Greens
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Light Catechu Brown 33 Darker Catechu
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Dark Catechu Brown 35 Full Dark Catechu Brown
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Full Yellow Scar
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BaiVood Red 38 Imitation of Tur key Red 39 Various Shades of Silver Drab
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Various Shades of Fawn Drab 41 Good Black
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Good Black to stand Milling and Scouring 43 Fast Black
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Fast Purple 45 Fast Lavender
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Sky Blue 47 Bark Yellow
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Other Yellows 49 Peachwood
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Crimsons and Pinks 51 Clarets
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Ruby 53 Plum Colour
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Maroon 55 Blue Purple
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Full Purple 57 Saxon Blue
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Flat Royal Blue 59 Brigh Royal Blue 60 Victoria Blue
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Napoleon Blue 62 On Bleaching Cotton
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How to spend Catechu 64 How to make the Spirits for Cotton Dyeing purposes
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On Steeping 66 How to spend Annotta 67 How to spend Tur meric for Cotton Dyeing
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How to spend Saf ftower
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SILK DYEING 1 Lavender 2 Lavender No 2
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Spirit Yellow 5 Weld Yellow 6 Bark Yellow
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Turmeric Yellow 8 Orange Colour
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Grain Crimson
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Grain Scarlet 11 Sky Blues from Extract
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Sky Blues from Prussiate 13 Mazarine Blue
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b French Blue 14 Royal Blue
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Blue Black
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Common Full Black 17 Browns of different Shades
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Dark Browns of different shades 19 California Browns and Olive 20 Red Browns or Claret Browns 21 Another mode
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Dyeing Red Browns
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Acid Brown 23 LightClaretBrown 24 DarkClaretBrown 25 Clarets and Choc olates
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Another mode of Dyeing Clarets and Chocolates 27 Mock Crimsons dyed different ways
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Olive 29 Purples 30 Maroons
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Maroons another way 32 Ruby 33 Daunce Black
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Violet 36 Light Green
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Middle Green 38 Dark Green
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Bottle Green 40 Other Greens of different Shades
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Fast Green with a Blue bottom 42 Light Olives of different Shades
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Flesh Colour or Buff 44 Salmon
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Gold Colour 46 Yellow Fawn Drab
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Fawn Drab 48 Flat Drab 49 Heavy Drabs
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Slate Drab 51 Bronze Drab 52 Another mode
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Dyeing Drabs
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Sour Browns
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WOOLLEN YARN DYEING 1 Pea Green very fine Shade 2 Silver Drab
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California Colour 4 Bright Vicuna 5 Light Fiery Brown
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Middle Olive 1 Red Lavender 8 Red Drab
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Ruby 10 Wine Colour 11 Fine Claret
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Yellow Brown 13 Middle Green 14 Good Brown
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Dark Purple 16 Sea Green
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Dark Brown 18 Dark Drab 19 Maroon
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Scarlet 21 Cinnamon Brown 22 Grain Crimson
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Full Pink 24 Salmon Colonr 25 Full Grain Rose
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Light Buff 27 Light Yellow
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Orange 29 Bottle Green 30 Invisible Green
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Dark Blue 33 Blue Black 34 Full Black
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Royal Blue 36 Apple Green
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Light Olive 38 Dark Olive 39 Brown Olive
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Fawn Drab 41 Dove Colour 42 Blue Lavender
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Sky Blue 44 Saxon Blue 45 Sage Drab
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Chromed Green 46 Dark Chromed Green 47 Light and Dark Claret
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Mock Crimson 49 Grain Maroon 50 Dark Chocolate
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Heavy Brown 52 DarkClaretBrown 53 Darker Claret Brown
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Full Red Brown 55 Full Yellow Brown 56 Darker Yellow Brown
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Dark Olive 58 Darker Shade of Olive 59 Very Dark Claret
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Slate Purple 2 Red Purple
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Full Red Purple 4 Royal Blue 5 Grain Maroon
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Mock Crimson 7 Claret 8 Light Vicuna
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Dark Vicuna 10 Oak Drab 11 Bottle Green
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Apple Green 13 Knot Green 14 Sea Green
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Dark Sea Green 16 Mock Maroon 17 Green Olive
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Dark Olive 19 Dahlia 20 Ruby
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Apple Green 22 Invisible Green 23 Bottle Green
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Brown Olive 25 Green Olive 26 Canary Colour
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Full Yellow 28 Orange 29 Grain Crimson
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Rose 31 Pink
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Imitation of Indigo Blue 33 Light Brown 34 Claret Brown
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Snuff Colour 36 Full Black 37 Blue Black
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Fawn Drab 39 Lilac 40 Lavender
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Light Puce 42 Slate Drab 43 Sage Drab
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Red Cinnamon Brown 45 Dark Brown 46 Dark Red Brown
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Grain Scarlet 48 Salmon 49 Sky Blue
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Saxon Blue 51 Dove Colour
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Gold Colour 13 Grain Rose
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Full Red Crimson 15 Light Rose 16 Rose Colour 17 Yellow 18 Full Yellow
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Sky Blue WOOLLEN DYEING 20 Dove Colour
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Crimson 22 Green
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Royal Blue 24 Dark Royal Blue 25 Royal Blue 26 Royal Blue
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Royal Blue 28 Royal Blue Gold Lists 29 Green
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Purple 31 Dark Brown
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Dark Claret Brown 33 Black
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Peachwood Red 35 Greeu 36 Chestnut Brown 37 Dark Green
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Claret Brown 39 Chromed Green
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Claret 41 Brown Olive
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Fawn Drab 45 Nut Brown 46 Good Light Claret
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Good Crimson 48 Good Logwood Blue
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Logwood Blue 50 Yarn and Woollen Piece Dyeing
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New mode of Dye ing Logwood Blues 52 Maroon
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Pink and White 2 Pink
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Salmon andWhite 4 Salmon
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Rose Colour 6 Rose Colour
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White and Ponque Colour
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Ponque 9 Grain Crimson 10 Grain Crimson
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Bu8 and White 12 Buff
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Middle Green and White 30 Middle Green
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Cinnamon Brown and White 32 Cinnamon Brown
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Light Fawn 34 Darker Fawn
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Light Silver Drab
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Darker SilverDrab 37 Mock Crimson
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Sea Green 39 Coffee Brown
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Black
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Light Sky Blue 2 Dark Sky Blue
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Full Orange 4 Light Orange
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Full Grain Scarlet 6 Grain Scarlet
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Light Lac Scarlet 8 Full Lac Scarlet MOREEN DYEING
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Light Yellow 10 Full Yellow
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Straw Colour 12 Buff
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Light Grain Crim son 14 Dark Grain Crim
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Coffee Brown 16 Sea Green
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Mock Crimson 18 Black
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Light Silver Drab 20 Full Silver Drab
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Light Fawn 22 Darker Fawn
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Cinnamon Brown 24 Darker Cinnamon Brown
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Middle Green 26 Dark Green
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Light Green 28 Darker Green
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Light Saxon Blue 30 Dark Saxon Blue
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Light Bed Crimson 32 Full Red Crimson
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Light Rose Colour 34 Full Rose Colour
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Light Salmon 36 Full Salmon
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Light Pink 38 Full Pink
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TWOCOLOURED DAMASK DYEING
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Scarlet and Pink 2 Scarlet and Yellow 3 Scarlet and Flesh Colour
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Scarlet and Salmon 5 Scarlet and Rose Colour 6 Light Green and Pink
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Middle Green and Pink 8 Green and Yellow
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Green and Salmon 10 Saxon Blue and Rose Colour
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Sky Blue and Pink 12 Sky blue and Pink another
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Blues and Crim sons of different sorts
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Dark Blue and Orange
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Dark Blue and Light Orange
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Ruby and Blue
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Yellow and Blue 19 Orange and Blue 20 Scarlet and com mon Blue 21 Coffee and Royal Blue 1 Scarlet
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Light Orange
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Full Orange 4 Light Yellow
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Full Yellow 6 Grain Crimson
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Ash Drab 8 Silver Drab CAMLET DYEING
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Fawn Drab 10 Saxon Blue
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Maroon 12 Light Brown
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Dark Brown 14 Claret Brown
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Light Purple
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Middle Purple 17 Dark Purple
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Another Mode of dyeing Purples 19 Blue Black
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Full Black 21 Royal Blue
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Yellow and Blue 3 Orange and Blue 4 Crimson and Blue
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Ruby and Blue 6 Lavender and Pink
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Green
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Dark Sky and Crimson 10 Light Green and Salmon
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Green and Pink 12 Green and Claret
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Green and Purple 14 Black and Crim
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Light Olive and Crimson
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Orange and Purple 17 Royal Blue and 18 Green and Orange Full Pink
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SILK STRIPED ORLEANS FROM BLACK WHITE AND COLOURED WARPS 1 Light Olive from Black Warp 2 Dark Olive from Black Warp
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Brown Olive from Black Warp 4 Red Brown from Purple Warp
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Dark Claret from Black Warp 6 Chromed Brown from Purple Warp
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Claret Brown from Claret Warp 8 Dark Claret Brown from Claret Warp 9 Chromed Claret
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from Purple Warp 10 Dark Claret from Purple Warp 11 Ruby from Violet Warp 12 Light Claret from Purple Warp
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Darker Claretfrom Claret Warp 14 Adelaide from Black Warp 15 Dark Mulberry from Black Warp 16 Adelaide from Black Warp
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Violet from Violet Warp
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Royal Bine from White Warp 19 Lavender from White Warp
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Red Brown from Purple Warp 21 Green from White Warp
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Solid Grain Pink from White Warp
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COLOURED ORLEANS FROM BLACK WARPS 1 Light Brown 2 Chromed Brown
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Claret 4 Dark Claret
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Blue Claret 6 Violet
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Adelaide 8 Dark Claret Brown
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Dark Brown Olive 10 Green Olive
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Darker Green Olive 12 Chromed Green
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Invisible Green 14 Blue Black
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Full Black
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COLOURED ORLEANS AND COBOURGS FROM WHITE WARPS 1 Cinnamon Brown
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Red Brown 3 Coffee Brown
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Light Claret 5 Middle Claret
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Dark Claret 7 Chromed Claret
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Adelaide 9 Mulberry
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Apple Green 11 Light Olive
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Dark Green Olive 13 Brown Olive 14 Dark Green
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Invisible Green
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Red Claret 17 Red Brown
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Light Yellow 2 Full Yellow 3 Silver Drab
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Dark Silver Drab 21 Stone Drab
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Madder Drab 23 Lavender Drab
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Pink 25 Sea Green
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Sky Blue 27 Full Black
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Dark Royal Blue
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Ash Drab 5 Fawn Drab 6 Saxon Blue 7 Grain Crimson
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Pink 6 Salmon
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Scarlet 9 Light Orange
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Yellow 10 Grain Scarlet
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Full Orange 11 Maroon 12 Light Brown 13 Green
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Sea Green 14 Apple Green
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Bottle Green
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Chromed Green 18 Chromed Invisible Green
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Purple 20 Light Chromed Purple
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Violet 22 Ruby 23 Maroon
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Light Claret 25 Middle Claret
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Full Claret 27 Dark Green Olive
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Brown Olive 29 Full Red Brown
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Dark Coffee Brown 31 Adelaide
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Mulberry 33 Light Sky Blue
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Dark Sky Blue 35 Lavender
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Red Lavender 37 Madder Drab
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Full Drab 39 Silver Drab
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Blue Black 16 Full Black
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WOOLLEN SHAWL DYEING 1 Royal Blue
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Bloomy Royal Blue 3 Light Rose
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Full Rose 5 Light Salmon
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Full Salmon 7 Melon 8 Yellow
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Orange 10 Yellow Buff 11 Light Buff
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Full Buff 13 Scarlet
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Lavender 15 Sky Blue
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Red Brown Stan dard
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Dark Purple Stan dard 4 Drab Standard 5 Drab Standard
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Grey or Quaker Drab Strndard 7 Slate Standard
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Dove Standard old way 9 Dark Dove Stan dard new
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Light Dove Stan dard 11 Fawn Drab Stan dard 12 Lavender Standard
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Sulphate of Indigo 14 Blue Standard PADDING 15 Bloom Pink Stan dard
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Prussiate of
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Claret Standard 19 Tq Pad Claret 20 To Pad Black
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To make Acetate of Copper 22 Stone Drab Stan dard 23 Orange Standard
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Light Olive Stan dard 25 Topaddark shades of Olive 26 Lilac
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Slate Standard 28 First Shade Yel low Stone Drab 29 Second Shade Stone Drab
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Third Shade 31 Cinnamon Stan dard 32 To Pad Cinnamon
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To Pad Estariazer Colour 34 To Pad Slate Col ours 35 Dark Green Stan dard
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Pale Green 37 Sky Blue Standard
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Drab Preparation or another Mode of Padding Drab
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To Pad different shades of Drab 41 Sky Blue
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Royal Blue
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Claret Brown 18 Dark Brown 19 Light Purple 20 Middle Purple 21 Dark Purple
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Royal Blue 23 Another Mode of Dyeing Purples
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Side iii - Goods : containing nearly 800 Receipts. To which is added a Treatise on the Art of Padding; and the Printing of Silk Warps, Skeins, and Handkerchiefs, and the various Mordants and Colors for the different styles of such work.
Side 329 - JBy adding more blue to the mixture, we make violet. Brown, lilac, drab, grey, and other colours or tints, are in the same manner formed by mixing the primary colours. White is perfect lightness, or the absence of all colour, and black is perfect darkness. Properly speaking, white and black are not colours, but they are seen both in nature and art. Snow gives us one of the best examples of whiteness ; and pure linen and cotton cloth and paper are likewise very white. White is sometimes called blank,...
Side 329 - Been in the herbs of the field, and the leaves of trees and bushes. There are many different colours or tints in the works of nature, and also in objects made by the art of man ; but all the colours that we behold or can imagine, are formed of only three colours, called the primary colours — the word primary signifying first or original. The three primary colours, out of which the others are formed, are red, yellow, and blue, as here represented.

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