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" King-te-chin in the shape of bricks, and as either is a white earth, they offer no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in both cases. For one... "
Reports and Awards ... - Page 138
by United States Centennial Commission - 1878
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1871
...visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by poiinding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...the name, by Berzelius, to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous supposition, that the white earth which he received from a member of one of the embassies...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1871
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...application of the name, by Berzelius, to porcelain .eartfi was made on the erroneous supposition, that the white earth which he received from a member...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and ..., Volumes 3-4

Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters - Science - 1876
...these two kinds of material, the place " Kaoling " was in ancient times in high repute, * * * * and the Chinese still designate by the name " kaoling"...kind of earth which was formerly derived from there. * * * * The second kind of material bears the name pe-tun-tse, (" white clay.") S. W Williams, in his...
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International Exhibition, 1876, Volume 2

United States Centennial Commission - Centennial Exhibition - 1880
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...prepared in other places. The application of the name, liy Berrelius, to porcelain earth, was made upon the erroneous supposition that the white earth which...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1901
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...the name by Berzelius, to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous supposition, that the white earth which he received from a member of one of the embassies...
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Report Upon the Condition and Progress of the U.S. National Museum During ...

United States National Museum - 1901
...visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner descritied, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...formerly derived from there, but is now prepared in oth«r places. The application of the name by Berzelius, to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous...
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The non-metallic minerals: Their occurrence and uses

George Perkins Merrill - Geology, Economic - 1904 - 414 pages
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...the name by Berzelius to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous supposition that the white earth which he received from a member of one of the embassies...
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The Non-metallic Minerals: Their Occurrence and Uses

George Perkins Merrill - Geology, Economic - 1904 - 414 pages
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...designate by the name 'Kao-ling' the kind of earth 1 American Journal of Science, 1871, p. 180. which was formerly derived from there, but is now prepared...
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CLAYS, THEIR OCCURRENCE, PROPERTIES AND USES WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO ...

Heinrich Reis - Clay - 1908 - 554 pages
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...the name by Berzelius to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous supposition that the white earth which he received from a member of one of the embassies...
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Clays, Their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses: With Especial Reference to ...

Heinrich Ries - Clay - 1908 - 554 pages
...no visible differences. They are made at different places, in the manner described, by pounding hard rock, but the aspect of the rock is nearly alike in...prepared in other places. The application of the name by fierzelius to porcelain earth was made on the erroneous supposition that the white earth which he received...
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