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Henry Bushby Transcription Pages

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36<br>The Knot looks neatest made as follows:<br>Make a twofold blood knot loosen it a<br>little & turn in one of the ends<i>^ to form the loop</i>. Then Tighten<br>again as much as desirable: See figs i<br>&ii p. 35 <u>supr</u>. The same result may be<br>attained by doubling one part of the<br>cord at the commencement & then tying<br>a twofold blood knot as described on<br>p.1., treating the doubled part during the<br>process as though it were single.
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36<br>The Knot looks neatest made as follows:<br>Make a twofold blood knot loosen it a<br>little & turn in one of the ends<i>^ to form the loop</i>. Then Tighten<br>again as much as desirable: See figs i<br>& ii p. 35 <u>supr</u>. The same result may be<br>attained by doubling one part of the<br>cord at the commencement & then tying<br>a twofold blood knot as described on<br>p.1., treating the doubled part during the<br>process as though it were single.

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36
The Knot looks neatest made as follows:
Make a twofold blood knot loosen it a
little & turn in one of the ends^ to form the loop. Then Tighten
again as much as desirable: See figs i
& ii p. 35 supr. The same result may be
attained by doubling one part of the
cord at the commencement & then tying
a twofold blood knot as described on
p.1., treating the doubled part during the
process as though it were single.