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W ell, the sides o f a canister o f preserved meat w ill bulge out too i f any decomposition is going on within and b y this infallible sign may a good canister be known from a bad one----- T his takes time, hence it is far from a safe plan to purchase these preserved provisions immediately after they have been prepared. FlGUitE 9— Interior o f a Houndsditck cannery, 1852, saline bath heated above the boiling point o f water, and left therein until the air has been expelled as completely as possible by the air generated within them ; the hole in the cover is now hermetically closed with a little solder, the tin being m om entarily touched with a damp sponge to stop the egress o f steam.
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