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Google previewThe History of the Discovery and Settlement (1804)

To the Present Time, of North and South America, and of the West Indies by William Fordyce Mavor

Arnatto is a shrub which rises to the height of seven or eight feet, and produces oblong hairy pods, somewhat resembling those of a chesnut; within these are envelioped, in a kind of pulp of a bright red colour, thirty or forty seeds : the pulp is ...

Google previewChatterbox (1889)

Arnatto is an orange dye used in large quantities for colouring cheese, ...

Google previewA Million of Facts, of Correct Data, and Elementary Constants, in the Entire Circle of Sciences, and on All Subjects of Speculation and Practice (1848)

by Sir Richard Phillips

Arnatto is a dye, prepared from reeds. Arrack is made from the juice of the tops of cocoa-nut and palmyra, trees ; also from 1 luidee, rice in the husk. Bairn of Gilead , or balsam of Mecca, is made from the resin which exudes from Incision in the ...

Google previewHunt's Hand-Book to the Official Catalogues of the Great Exhibition (2011)

An Explanatory Guide to the Natural Productions and Manufactures of the Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations, 1851 by Robert Hunt

Arnatto is an orange dye (used also as a colouring matter for cheese), derived from ...

Google previewA Million of Facts, and Correct Data in the Entire Circle of the Sciences, and on All Subjects of Speculation and Practice by Sir Richard Phillips (1833)

by Richard Phillips

Arnatto is a dyeing substance, preared from reeds which grow in the est Indies and Cayenne. Arrack is made from the juice of the tops of cocoa-nut and palmyra -trees, At Batavia it is made from paddee, rice in the husk. Sulphuret of antimony is ...

Google previewAn encyclopœdia [sic] of every-day knowledge, for the young (1847)

by William Martin

Arnatto is a dye prepared from reed-like ...

Google previewHunt's hand-book to the official catalogues: an explanatory guide to the Great exhibition, 1851 (1851)

by Robert Hunt

Arnatto is an orange dye (used also as a colouring matter for cheese), derived from the seeds of the Bixa orellana, a South American tree. Turmeric is procured from the roots of the Curcuma longa. Woad (76) is the blue dye with which the ...

Google previewUniversal history, ancient and modern (1806)

by William Fordyce Mavor

Arnatto is a shrub which rises to the height seven ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Abaca to Buxus (1899)

by Sir George Watt, Edgar Thurston, T. N. Mukharji

weight, which are wrapped in the leaves of the banana and known in commerce as flag Arnatto. This variety is of a bright yellow colour, rather soft to the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1889)

by Sir George Watt

The Arnatto Dye. of manufacture is that pursued in Cayenne. The pulp and seeds together are bruised in wooden vessels, and hot water poured over them ; they are then left to soak for several days, and afterwards passed through a close ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Americana : a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography, brought down to the present time (1836)

Arnatto, or Annotta, is a red dyeing drug, generally imported in lumps, wrapped up in leaves, and produced from the pulp of the seed-vessels of a shrub [bixa orellana), which grows spontaneously in the East and West Indies. This shrub is ...

Google previewA dictionary of arts, manufactures, and mines (1867)

by Andrew Ure

arnatto is added, and the silk is turned again round the sticks : the solution keep* without alteration. When the desired shade is obtained, nothing remains but to wash the silk, and give it two beetlings at the river, in order to free it from the ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia ; Or (1883)

by Charles Annandale

ARNATTO, or Annotta. See Annatto. ARNAUD, Jacuues Achille Lkbot.

Google previewDictionary of Manufactures, Mining, Machinery, and the Industrial Arts (1869)

by George Dodd

Arnatto, or Anatto, is obtained from the South American arnatto tree ( Bixa orellana). There is a reddish pulp surrounding the seeds of the tree ; and this ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia (1841)

Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy by Thomas Thomson, Allan Cunningham

ARNATTO — ARNAULD. ARNAULD— AUXO. AUNOBIUS— ARNOLD. ARNOLD. ARNOLD. ARNOLD.

Google previewA Dictionary of Popular Names of the Plants which Furnish the Natural and Acquired Wants of Man, in All Matters of Domestic and General Economy (1882)

Their History, Products, & Uses by John Smith

Arnatto (Bixa Orellana), a small tree with heart-shaped leaves of the Indian Plum family (Bixacese), originally a native of South America, but now dispersed throughout tropical regions generally. The fruit is a dry prickly husk, about an inch in ...

Google previewThe Domestic Encyclopedia, Or, A Dictionary of Facts and Useful Knowledge, Chiefly Applicable to Rural & Domestic Economy (1821)

With an Appendix, Containing Additions in Domestic Medicine, and the Veterinary and Culinary Arts by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, Thomas Cooper, Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)

[Colouring of Cheese-The colouring for cheese, is, or at least should be, Spanish arnatto ; but as soon as colouring became general, a colour of an adulterated kind was exposed for sale in almost every shop; the weight of a guinea and a ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World (1842)

by John Ramsay Mac-Culloch

cofl'ee, arnatto. olives, hemp, and other fibrous SF. {AM ORE. one of the Danish settlements in Hinplants; cassia. sweet potatoes, millet, maize, &c. dostan , prov. Bengal, consisting of a town on the Among the wild animals are the elephant, ...

Google previewThe household encyclopædia; or, Family dictionary of everything connected with housekeeping and domestic medicine, by an association of heads of families and men of science (1858)

by Household encyclopaedia

ARNATTO. Arnatto, or annatto, a red dyeing drug, produced from the pulp of the seed- vessels of a shrub (P,Lra orellana) which grows spontaneously in the East and West Indies. The principal consumption is by painters and dyers ; and Scott's ...

Google previewThe Domestic Encyclopedia (1821)

Or, A Dictionary of Facts and Useful Knowledge, Chiefly Applicable to Rural and Domestic Economy : with an Appendix, Containing Additions in Domestic Medicine, and the Veterinary and Culinary Arts : the Whole Illustrated with Numerous Engravings and Cuts by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, Thomas Cooper

[Colouring of Cheeie — The colouring for cheese, is, or at least should be, Spanish arnatto ; but as soon as colouring became general, a colour of an adulterated kind was exposed for sale in almost every shop ; the weight of a guinea and ...

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