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The next operation is the sprinkling the leaves of Bookand with a back, &c. It is performed thus : The leaves vermilion and sap-green, holding the brush in one are first folded with a folding-stick, and laid over each band, and spreading the hair with the other; by which other in the order of the signature ; then beaten on a motion the edges of the leaves are sprinkled in a regustone with a hammer, to make them smooth and open lar manner, without any spots being bigger than the well; and afterwards pressed. They are sewed upon other. bands, which are pieces of cord or packthread; six Then remain the covers, which are either of calf. bands to a folio book; five to a quarto, octavo, &c.; skin or of sheep-skin: these being moistened in water, which is done by drawing a thread through the middle are cut out to the size of the book; then smeared over of each sheet, and giving it a turn round each band, with paste made of wheat flour; and afterwards stretchbeginoing with the first and proceeding to the last. ed over the pasteboard on the outside, and doubled over After this the books are glued, and the bands opened the edges withinside ; after having first taken off the and scraped, for the better fixing the pasteboards; the four angles, and indented and platted the cover at the back is turned with a bammer, and the book fixed in head-band : which done, the book is covered, and a press between two boards, in order to make a groove bound firmly between two bands, and then set to dry. for fixing the pasteboards; these being applied, holes Afterwards it is washed over with a little paste and are made for fixing them to the book, which is pressed water, and then sprinkled with a fine brush, unless it a third time. Then the book is at last put to the cut should be marbled; when the spots are to be made ting press, between two boards ; the one lying even larger by mixing the ink with vitriol. After this the with the press, for the knife to run upon; the other book is glazed twice with the white of an egg beaten, above it, for the knife to run against; after which the and at last polished with a polishing iron passed hot pasteboards are squared.
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SECT. I. Of the WASTE-Book.