from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Sylvius.
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It is decomposed by fixed alkalis and lime, forming therewith digestive salt of silvius, sea salt, and muriat of lime.
A treatise, shewing the intimate connection that subsists between agriculture and chemistry, addressed to the cultivators of the soil, to the proprietors of fens and mosses, in Great Britain and Ireland; and to the proprietors of West India estates