To Set A Doubling Still

As spirits can hardly be burned or singed in a doubling still, if not

before done in singling, all the precaution necessary is to set them in

the best method for saving fuel, and preserving the still. The

instructions given for setting a singling still, is presumed to be

adequate to setting a doubling still.

How to prevent the singling Still from burning.

If the singling still be well set, and is carefully greased with a piece

of bacon, tallow or hard soap, every time she is filled, she will seldom

burn, but if she does burn or singe notwithstanding these precautions,

it will be advisable to take her down and set her up a new ten times,

rather than have her burned.

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