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" ... further use. The process of wringing is also shortened, and improved, by placing the linen in a square box of strong sacking, ^kept open by iron rings, and shut up in a cast iron box, with a sliding plate forced, against the end of the bag by a rack... "
The Philosophy of Domestic Economy: As Exemplified in the Mode of Warming ... - Page 64
by Charles Sylvester - 1819 - 62 pages
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 16

Medicine - 1820
...into the grooves. 13y this machine, the clothes are squeezed much drier than by the common muthod{; and the pressure upon all parts being uniform, less injury is done to the texture of the linen." p. 61. The mangle also lias been made to move by machinery, which is a great saving of labour. The...
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Practical economy: or The application of modern discoveries to the purposes ...

1822 - 379 pages
...plate forced, against the end of the bag by a rack and pinion, and turned by a winch. By this process the clothes are squeezed much drier than by the common...uniform, less injury is done to the texture of the linen. But, whether washing is carried on by the new mechanical process, or by the usual manual mode, a choice...
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The family manual and servants' guide. New (9th) ed

Family manual - 1859
...plate forced against the end of the bag by a rack and pinion, and turned by a winch. By this process the clothes are squeezed much drier than by the common...uniform, less injury is done to the texture of the linen. — Practical Domestic Economy. Although we give this description of the machine, we do not strongly...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 12

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1819
...plate forced against the end of the bag by a rack and pinion, and turned by a winch. By this process the clothes are squeezed much drier than by the common...less injury is done to the texture of the linen. The great saving from these improvements renders them valuable in every private family : besides they arc...
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