The Cyclopædia

The Cyclopædia

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_In the spring, when the wool on the skins has acquired a considerable length, it is thrown into combing sorts; the finer ... The value of skin-wool is seldom equal to that of fleece-wool of the same degree of length and fineness, owing to the felting property being injured, which renders it ... to make it soft and sleek; only letting out the bandage a little from time to time as the animal increases in size, but , still anbsp;...

Title:The Cyclopædia
Author:Abraham Rees
Publisher: - 1819


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