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We happened to visit the melting-house one evening, while silver and lead were being separated by oxidizing the lead in a reverberatory furnace.
The workmen at the Swedish melting-house showed the same thing to some travellers in the seventeenth century; for Regnard saw it in 1681, at the copper-works in Lapland.
Company a messuage, tenement, and melting-house, in the parish of St
The third person raised to divine honors by Coleridge was Bowyer, the master of Christ's Hospital, London -- a man whose name rises into the nostrils of all who knew him with the gracious odor of a tallow - chandler's melting-house upon melting day, and whose memory is embalmed in the hearty detestation of all his pupils.