ith an appendix on paper made of wood.
A second edition was published in 1801, upon paper re-made from old printed and written paper.
In 1835, Piette published a work on the subject of Paper from straw, etc., giving 160 specimens.
In 1765, Schaeffer, of Ratisbon, printed a book on sixty varieties of paper made from as many different materials; a copy is now in the Smithsonian Institute Library.
In 1786, the Marquis de Vilette published in London a small book, printed on paper made from rials, among others, have been used or suggested for paper-making.
The authorities are cited as follows : —
a refers to English patents.
b refers to Examiner's Digest, Patent Office.
c refers to Munsell on Paper-making.
d refers to Schaeffer on Paper.
e refers to Central Blatt, Papierfabrikation, Dresden.
f refers to Journal des Fabricants de papier, Paris.
g refers to Die fabrication des Papieres, Piette, Coln.
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