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The Process. In the first place, put into the boiler 140 gallons of leys, with the tallow; set the fire, and when the tallow is all melted, put in the oil, and draw the fire. Let all stand for two hours, when the fire may again be lighted, and immediately 20 gallons of leys put in: the other 20 gallons was added at different times, as before directed, in the course of the boiling. This boiling commenced at M. past 8, and was finished at E. past 7, and produced 33 firkins of good soap.
A CHARGE FOR SECOND CROWN SOFT SOAP.
|140||gallons leys, weight 11½ drams,|
|82||gallons whale oil.|