Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A crayon consisting of a charred twig of willow, or of sawdust from willow-, lime-, or poplar-wood, pressed in a mold, dried in the air, and charred in a retort.
- n. A little stick molded from a mixture of wood charcoal in powder, gum, or starch paste, and a small quantity of saltpeter. When lighted at one end it continues to burn, and the red-hot point is used to lead a crack in thin glass, as of a tube or beaker, in any required direction, broken pieces of chemical apparatus being thus adapted to new uses.
“The Mysteries of Harris Burdick" contains 14 charcoal-pencil illustrations, each with a title and a caption.”
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